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Jelly sex toys
Cleaning your sex toys is simple. It is, however, the most important step in preserving the life of your toy. Different materials require different cleansing methods. Read on to learn the best way to clean your new toy.
Cleaning your new sex toys is easy and pretty intuitive, but it's very important, so we thought we'd include a how-to. Wash your toys as soon as you receive them and after each use to help protect yourself and the toy. All toys can be cleaned with soap and water, but some most vibrators have battery packs that can't be submerged under water. You'll want to be extra careful with these, and perhaps use adult toy cleaner instead.
Clean silicone toys with antibacterial soap and warm water, or adult toy cleaner. Silicone toys are high-quality and easy to clean. After you wash the toy, let it air dry and store it in a cool, dry place.
Cyberskin, Ultraskin, Pleasureskin and other synthetic skins can be cleaned with antibacterial soap and warm water, or adult toy cleaner. After you clean these toys, allow to air dry. Then sprinkle with talcum powder to ensure the skin doesn't pill or tear. Store in a cool, dry place, preferably wrapped in a soft material.
To ensure your toy stays clean, don't share it with partners unless you swathe it in a fresh condom each time it's used.