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Sex Aids And Sex Toys - Caring And Cleaning

Care & Maintenance
Always clean your sex toys with alcohol or a gentle soap and water after every use.  It is a good idea to remove any batteries when you aren't using your sex toy. Batteries can leak, which creates a big mess and usually ruins your toy. Likewise, when cleaning your toy, keep the motor and batteries away from water or alcohol.

If you are sharing sex toys with a partner or using the same sex toys for both vaginal and anal use, be sure to clean your toy before passing it back and forth. If you don't want to take the time during love play to clean your toy, use a condom for hygiene and to avoid spreading sexually transmitted infections or bacteria, which can thrive in the porous materials many sex toys are made of.

More expensive sex toys may require special care. Silicone products can be submersed in water or washed in a dishwasher, but Cyberskin is extremely sensitive and should be cleaned following use with warm water and stored in a clean dry place. CyberskinTM products work best when used with the included Cyberskin powder and lubricant which has been specially formulated to work with the unique feel and composition of Cyberskin. If you make time for these extra steps, your toy will last longer and feel more soft and supple.

Cleaning Your Sex Toys
Keep your toys clean with a little soap and warm water. If you want, use hydrogen peroxide for that super clean feeling. Don't submerge the part of a battery vibe that holds the batteries. Do not submerge electric vibes at all. Leather harnesses can be cleaned with a damp rag, and nylon webbing harnesses can go in the wash with the rest of your laundry.

Silicone dildos and plugs can be boiled up to 3 minutes, cleaned with a bleach solution, or run through your dishwasher. For more delicate polymers stick to warm water and soap, and replace them every so often, as they are impossible to keep perfectly clean.

Silicone : Vastly superior to rubber or vinyl dildos, silicone warms up quickly, retains body heat, is non-porous and easy-to-clean. Cleaning: Run it through the dishwasher or boil it on the stove (3-5 minutes) and viola! - your toy is sterilized.
Jellies : These dildos are made of a translucent, soft, and flexible substance that looks like it contains air bubbles. Cleaning: This material is a non-porous form of rubber that can be cleaned with mild soap and hot water.
Rubber : Firm, flexible, and often heavy, rubber dildos are porous and often need more care to clean than the average toy. Cleaning: Rubber dildos should always be used with condoms, but can be cleaned with mild soap and water.
Cyberskin : This material is soft and supple, and looks and feels remarkably like skin. Cleaning: Rinse with hot water, or disinfect by putting alcohol onto a cloth and lightly rubbing (avoid soap or harsh detergents); to keep the silky feel, sprinkle with cornstarch or talc.

Cleaning and Storing Cyberskin Sex Toys
After using your Cyberskin sex toy, wash it carefully with warm water and mild soap or antibacterial hand soap. Pat it dry with a clean cloth or paper towel. Don't rub it roughly, as this may abrade the surface or rub lint onto it. If it's an extension, masturbator sleeve, or vagina or anus simulator, wash and dry it inside and out. Take a Ziploc baggie or Tupperware-type plastic container with a lid, and put about a quarter cup of cornstarch in the bag or container, then drop in your Cyberskin toy, seal it up, and shake thoroughly till it is coated.

The cornstarch keeps the surface of the Cyberskin from getting sticky and prolongs its life. If it's a sleeve or extension, make sure the cornstarch gets inside as well. If the toy is too big to fit in a bag or container, apply the cornstarch with your fingers. Important: Don't use talcum powder or baby powder, which contains talc, to dust your Cyberskin; talcum has been linked to cervical cancer. Some of the cornstarch will be caked on, but it can easily be brushed off with a tissue or cloth, and your Cyberskin will be smooth as a baby's bottom. You can store the toy in the cornstarch container until the next use. Or you can dust it off and wrap it in a clean, dry cloth or place it in a clean Ziploc bag for storage in a secure place.

Latex : Use only water-based lubes on latex, as oil-based substances will break it down. Cleaning: Latex is non-porous and easy to clean.
Vinyl : Vinyl toys are light in weight, easy to clean, and come in many different forms and colors. Cleaning: Vinyl products are non-porous, and can be washed with mild soap and hot water.

If cleaning seems like too much of a pain and you still want to use your toy with more than one person, you could always just put a latex condom (or latex glove, in the case of some larger vibrators) over your toy and discard the glove or condom when you're done. Rubber dildos are porous and it isn't really practical to completely sterilize them, so you should either put condoms on them if you're going to use them with multiple people or switch to silicone dildos (which can be boiled to disinfect them, as mentioned above).

Discreet, Hygienic Sex Toy Storage
Lots of people with sex toys run into the same question with their first sex toy right from the start. "Where am I gonna keep this thing?" For some the answer is as easy as opening a drawer and dropping the adult product in question in with the socks.

Proper sex toy storage is an really important part of maintaining your adult product. Having a good place to store your sex toy is like an ingredient in your kitchen, keeping it separated until needed is the key. Sex toys lead very interesting lives when we are using them, but when you aren't using your pride and shame you should have a lint, dust and mold free place to keep your sex toy safe and hygienic.

Plastic Containers for Sex Toys
This kind of container is a great idea for many sex toys. After proper cleaning and drying (see above) you can wrap your sex toy in a clean dry towel or lint-free cloth and place it in a good fitting plastic tub with a lid. You know your sex toy best, so head to your local mini-mart kitchen container section with the size/dimensions of your sex toy (or collection) in mind. Drill a couple of small holes in the container so that the contents can breathe. You don't want trace moisture left behind from cleaning to stay inside with your sex toy, it's the kind of environment that might breed germs.

A couple of small holes in the lid of your container should be sufficient to allow moisture to pass and help keep your sex toy and it's motor happy for a long time. Even though you've created the perfect home for your sex toy you should still wash it before you use it again. You should also be sure to wash the container your sex toy has been kept in now and then. Good old warm water and soap will do.

If you have some markers you might have fun decorating your sex toy container! Maybe you won't! It depends partly on whether or not this sex toy in question is a secret from everyone in the household or not. I like to put a few glow in the dark "stars and moons" stickers on my tupperware, the kind you can find in most toy stores. These stickers are pale green in normal light, but glow nicely in dark/dim lighting.
Shoe Boxes for your Sex Toys
This is something almost everybody has and as long as your cleaned and dried sex toy is wrapped in a towel or cloth it should be fine. A shoe box is fairly breathable, so there's no need to drill air holes into it. The problem with a shoe box is that the cardboard is not very permanent, and it can be very unhygienic if an adult toy is placed in there wet. A towel wrapped around the sex toy should prevent trace moisture from affecting the box though, and also keep cardboard fibers off your toy.

Clever Sex Toy Concealment
Once you have a container you might want to hide your sex toy. While your partner spouse or roommate might not care, there is probably someone (visiting parents/friends?) that you will want to hide your sex toy (or sex toys) from. Find a place where nobody has the right to look without very good reason, like a drawer or the back of your closet. Avoid an area with dust or other things that can contaminate a clean sex toy.
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