how to disenfect sex toys

When it comes to sex toys, the biggest challenge is often cleaning and disinfecting them – after all, who wants to use a toy that may not be as hygienic as possible? I have a few tips on how to properly clean and disinfect your sex toys that can ensure they are safe when it comes time for use.

Firstly, the most important part of the process is taking the time to thoroughly wash and rinse each toy with soap and warm water. This is often the most overlooked step, especially because some toy manufacturers will claim that their products can just be wiped down with a damp cloth. Pay attention to those hard-to-reach areas, as bacteria loves to linger there.

Secondly, always use a specialised cleansing solution that is tailored to sex toy disinfection. There are several solutions available, so research your options before deciding which one to get. Be sure to read the instructions and use the solution exactly as the manufacturer recommends. When it comes to sex toys, it’s best to err on the side of caution.

Thirdly, when it comes to disinfecting sex toys, never use your regular household cleaning products. For one, it’s important to make sure any products you use are specifically designed for sex toys. Secondly, it could damage your toys beyond repair. And finally, household cleaners contain various chemicals that could cause skin irritation and other issues.

Fourthly, certain toys may need to be thoroughly dried after washing and disinfecting them. If your toy is made of silicone, glass, steel, or some kind of plastic, it should be dried using a lint-free towel. This will help reduce the risks of bacteria and debris collecting on the toy. Don’t forget to use lube with those toys made of jelly or silicone!

Finally, you’ll want to store your sex toys properly. Always put them in a dry, vibrators cool place – preferably a container specifically for sex toys. This will help keep them clean, protected, and free from dust, dirt, and other grime. Do not store multiple toys in the same container. Doing so could allow any bacteria to become airborne and move around from toy to toy.

Once everyone has finished using the toys, it is best to take apart anything that can be disassembled and sanitise the pieces. Make sure the toy parts are completely submerged in a sanitising solution or a 10% bleach solution for a few minutes so that the bacteria can be killed completely. It is essential to rinse the toy parts after disinfection and dry them with a clean cloth.

When it comes to toys that cannot be disassembled, such as vibrators, make sure to wipe off any visible dirt or lube. Then spray the toy with a disinfectant and then wipe off any excess solution. Alternatively, you could also immerse the toy in a sanitising solution for a few minutes, and then rinse it and dry it with a clean cloth.

Everything on Tap, Avenida Primero de Julio, Valdepeñas, Castilla-La Mancha, SpainIn any case, regular cleaning and disinfection should be done on all sex toys, even if they are used exclusively by one person. This will help to reduce the risk of skin irritation and transmission of infections. After all, it’s better to be safe than sorry!