How to Clean a Dildo

To make sure that your dildo brings you many orgasms to come, you have to properly care for it. This includes cleaning your dildo after each use and storing it in a dry and sanitary place. So before you unwrap that shiny new toy with eager hands, be sure to consider what your toy is made up so you can properly go about the cleaning it.

Cyberskin™ - This material is delicate and sexily realistic to the touch. Cleaning options are:

  • Use water and antibacterial soap
  • After air drying, always apply cornstarch powder afterwards to keep the texture of Cyberskin™ (wash off the powder before you begin your next naughty romp between the sheets)

Glass – Exotic to look at, exquisite to touch. Cleaning options are:

  • Use water and antibacterial soap; wipe down with alcohol
  • You can also sterilize your glass toys by boiling them

Jelly – Soft and flexible, jelly dildos are usually for beginners. Cleaning options are:

  • Use water and antibacterial soap
  • Use a sex toy cleanser

Latex – Comfortable and cheap, latex dildos are very common. Cleaning options are:

  • Use water and antibacterial soap (and since alcohol degrades the material, there’s no way to sterilize latex play toys)

Plastic – Inexpensive and fun to start your erotic exploration with. Cleaning options are:

  • Use water and antibacterial soap; wipe down with alcohol
  • Use a sex toy cleanser

Silicone – High quality sex toys are usually made of silicone. Cleaning options are:

  • Use water and antibacterial soap; you can also sterilize your silicon toys by boiling them (make sure there’s no motor wrapped inside, otherwise your toy will be ruined)
  • Throw your toys in the dishwasher (again, make sure there’s no motor wrapped inside)

Cleaning your dildo will keep you safe from the bacteria that tend to grow on toys. Always rinse well to make sure the soap is gone. Of course, before you start cleaning, there must be a mess … so go and enjoy your dildo!

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