My new post.
I get it—you're busy, and you don't always have time to clean sex toys. But trust me: when it comes to your health and safety, you should never be too busy to clean your sex toys.
The truth is that even if you're using condoms with your woemn sex toy, condoms can break or slip off during use. And while the risk of contracting an STI from a sex toy is low, the risk is still there. So why not be safe?
So how do you clean sex toys? Here are some tips:
Before cleaning, make sure that your toy has been unplugged for at least 30 minutes. You don't want any electrical shocks happening while trying to get rid of bacteria!
Wipe down the surface with a damp cloth and some mild soap (or antibacterial solution). If you prefer to use an antibacterial solution instead of soap, make sure it's free from fragrances or dyes—these substances can irritate sensitive skin. If you're cleaning a silicone toy, make sure not to use anything abrasive like steel wool or steel wool pads; these can damage the surface of your toy.
After you've wiped down the surface