5 Ways To Correctly Clean Your Silicone Vibrator
While certainly not as glamorous as getting to use your sex toys, keeping your sex toys clean is part of keeping them in-shape for your next use session. A thorough clean after every use and a light rinse before every use should be part of your sex toy habit – and it helps keep your body safe too! Luckily for all of us, cleaning your silicone vibrator is pretty simple – and it doesn’t take much time!
Is It Waterproof?
Whether your silicone vibrator is waterproof, splashproof, or not-water-resistant-at-all will make a large difference in what cleaning methods you should use. If a toy isn’t designed to be submerged in water or taken into running water, make sure to take that into account before your cleaning session. Don’t submerge a toy that isn’t waterproof. If you do, you might accidentally break the electrical components.
With that in mind, here are 5 ways to correctly clean your silicone vibrator:
Multitask in the Shower
If your silicone vibrator is waterproof and your sex session was steamy enough to require a shower afterwards, cleaning your sex toys in the shower can be the simplest way to get them clean! You can use the same soap you use to clean your body to clean your sex toy, and there’s no need to worry about splashing or getting any extra water on your clothes since you’re showering anyway! Get two things done at once!
Use a Washcloth
If the shower isn’t an option, using the sink is the second-best option. For a lot of silicone vibrators – especially those that aren’t waterproof – using a washcloth is going to be your best choice. Ensure that your cloth is made from a gentle fabric and give it a bit of soap and water. Lather the washcloth and gently wash your silicone vibrator while being careful to avoid the ports that may let in water. You can then use another washcloth with only water to gently remove the soap.
Use a Soapy Bath
If your silicone vibrator is waterproof, a soapy bath can require much less effort than using two washcloths. Just run the sink full of water (or put water into a bowl), add some soap, swish it around to get some bubbles, and use your hands to scrub the toy clean while it’s underwater.
Run Directly Under Water
There’s no reason to make a small bath for your silicone vibrator if you don’t want to. Running a waterproof toy directly under running water can help you moisten the toy, get the soap into a nice lather, clean the toy, and rinse it clean right after. To avoid wasting too much water, we recommend having the soap ready to go before you start the cleaning process.
Some silicone vibrators include small crevices. Most of us call those crevices "textures" - and they can be really pleasurable during use! However, they can be less-fun while cleaning when you need to remove all of the lube and bodily fluids from within the folds of the toy's texture. We recommend using tools - such as gentle use of a toothpick or using an old toothbrush - to help clean out some of these hard-to-reach places.
As you can see, cleaning your silicone vibrator is actually pretty simple - and there are a lot of easy ways to get it done! The most important part about cleaning your silicone vibrator is just to do it. It’s imperative that you clean your sex toys after use to prevent infections when you use the toy in the future – and be particularly thorough if you tend to have ejaculating orgasms
Do you have any tips for how you simply clean your silicone vibrator? What works best for getting your sex toy clean?
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