Toy With Me Tuesday is a sex toy meme that Ness, a sex blogger, started when she realised that there were a lot of creative ways to take another look at the sex toys in our homes.We usually enter a photo every week, but we're taking a mini post-Valentine's break and have instead rounded up some of our favourite snaps of sex toys in a foodie setting. Some are from our own archive, while others are by talente.
ing them; otherwise the leftover moisture could encourage mold and mildew.When should sex toys be cleaned? Well, toys should definitely be washed when you first take them out of their package. They should also be cleaned as soon as possible after use, and sometimes even before use (if they have been stored away for a while).
Here are a few more general rules to keep in mind.Unplug and remove batteries from toys prior to washing them.If an electronic toy is not fully waterproof, take special care to avoid getting water in the charger socket, on the interface, or inside the casing.Remember that for any toy with mechanical parts, boiling and dishwasher cleaning are out of the question.Use condoms on toys that will be shared, and toys that are made of porous materials. After removing the condom, wash the toy as usual.Now, onto the materials!Pure siliconeSuch as Ella, Form 4,?Naughty Boy,?P.3 Stretch.100% silicone is a very hygienic material, as it is completely non-porous.
You have quite a few options for how to wash a silicone toy, especially if it does not have electronic parts. You can wash it with warm, soapy water. Or you can boil it, put it in the dishwasher, or clean it with a bleach solution. Remember, never boil a toy or put it in the dishwasher if it has any mechanical parts.PlasticSuch as Mia, Freestyle,?Aneros Helix, Energie.Plastic is rigid and non-porous.
Wash it with warm, soapy water, or wipe down with sex toy cleaner. Bleaching is also acceptable. Do not boil.Glass, metal, wood, ceramicAll of these hard materials are non-porous.Glass toys, such as Athena, can be washed with soap and water. Do not use an abrasive cleaner it may scratch or dull the surface of the glass.
Glass toys may also be boiled, bleached, or placed in the dishwasher. However, depending on the type of glass, the toy may be sensitive to?extreme?temperatures, so only boil it or place it in the dishwasher if you are certain it is made of sturdy borosilicate glass.Metal toys, such as the?Pure Wand,?can be treated with a bleach solution, boiled, or washed with soap and water. The dishwasher is not recommended for these toys, as some rinse agents are bad for some metals.
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