Not Cleaning Your Toy When You First Arrive.
You may think, why do I need to wash it? Its never been used? But these toys will have been handled to package and will have remnants of the machinery used to make them – and your genitals are lil’ sensitive organs with lil’ sensitive PHs.
Toys are not required to be sold sterile so there could be all sorts of dust and bacteria on them!
Not Checking Whether Your Toy Is Waterproof
Nowadays, most toys are waterproof or at least water-resistant, but it is still a good idea to check before you go boiling it in water or taking it in the bath with you!
Nothing more heartbreaking than a broken sex toy.
Not Drying Your Sex Toys Properly
This is a wise one to stick to, as if you do not dry your toys off before putting them back into their home it could create a cosy and damp breeding ground for bacteria!
Using Scented Soaps, Household Products or Even Bleach!
Remember, your toys are going to be going back in and around your genitals and if you haven’t rinsed it properly, our super absorbent pink bits will lap it up which can cause irritation and infection.
Cleaning Porous Toys Like You Would A Non-Porous Toy
If you’re chosen toy is made from a porous material it’s important you are cleaning it a lot more thoroughly than a non-porous toy. The little pores and gaps is a great way for bacteria to hide in.
It’s advised to even wear a condom with these types of toys – especially when sharing toys!