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Tips & Tricks of Toy Care

Wash your toys before and after each use.

Yep, even if you're only using it on yourself and not sharing with a partner. Toys that are washed every time last longer. If you don't, the material can degrade or become discolored. 


Choose the right soap

Use a mild, unscented hand or dish soap — and no need to go with the antibacterial option. It might seem like a good precaution, but those soaps can leave residue. 


Don't submerge any battery-operated toys in water to wash.

If your toy has batteries, plugs into the wall, or buzzes in any way, you have to take extra precautions. Wiping it down with a warm, soapy washcloth is all you need to do.


Use the right lube with your toys

Go with water-based or hybrid lube instead — but still always make sure to wash it off afterward (but you're already doing that anyway, right?). 


Don't just toss them in your bedside drawer and call it a day.

Who knows what dust, food crumbs, and other junk is lurking in there? Store your toys wrapped in cloth or in a cloth bag (luckily, many toys come with their own dust bags, so don't throw them out). Once you do that, your drawer is totally fine (and definitely preferable to somewhere like under your bed).

You do want to avoid using Tupperware or plastic bags, though.


Take the batteries out of your vibrator when you're not using it.

Leaving the batteries in can actually corrode the toy and drain the battery life, since they're conducting at a low charge when in the toy. And there's nothing sadder than the halfhearted buzz of a vibrator on low batteries.