What is a Vibrator?
Vibrators Vs. Dildos
History of Vibrators
Why should I use a vibrator
Vibrators – There’s a world of tickling toys waiting for you
Electronic vs. Battery-Operated Vibrators
Making your battery-operated Vibrator last longer
What is my vibrator made of?
Noise and Vibrators
How to choose your Vibrator
How to use a Vibrator
The right kind of lube
How to clean your vibrator
How do I store my Vibrator?
Where do I hide my vibrator?
Don’t fear the vibrator
Vibrators for Men
Things you just shouldn’t do
Get your partner to enjoy vibrators with you
Where is your vibrator going to do most of the work?
The Big O!
Make your own Vibrator
The Queen of all Vibrators
The Shoulder massager that created a stir
Laws against sex toys
Cleaning is one of the first things you’ll want to do after you unwrap your new vibrator. The way that you clean your vibrator after use will depend on the material that it is made from and what it is primarily used for.
Before you toss that wrapper, make sure you know what your vibrating toy is made of so that you can care for it properly.
Let’s face it, no one wants to get up after riding his or her way to ecstasy with a vibrator, and wash the darn thing off. But remember that cleaning is essential. A dirty vibrator can lead to breakdown of parts, and thus a ruined vibrator.
Correct cleaning of your vibrator is one step in ensuring that you have your pulsating sex toy for next time.
How to keep your electronic vibrators spic-and-spanElectronic Vibrators The vibrators that are also marketed as body massagers are probably the easiest to keep clean. Wiping them down with a warm washcloth is all that is required. Since these vibrators don’t end up inside you, you don’t have to worry about much cleaning. The instructions for the Hitachi Magic Wand™ even note that the soft head can be removed for washing. So your electronic vibrators will always stay spic-and-span.
Cleaning battery-operated vibrators is a bit trickier.Battery-Operated Vibrators If your vibrator is waterproof, then cleaning will be quite easy. As long as you don’t open it up and pour water inside, it should be fine. Wash the waterproof vibrator with a mild soap and water, or if you prefer use a sex toy cleaner.
For all other battery-operated vibrators, cleaning is a bit trickier. You’ll still have to adhere to the basic cleaning procedures for different sex toy materials first.
Since most vibrators cannot be submerged in water and have delicate parts, sterilization is impossible. The closest you can get is wiping the surface of your vibrator with alcohol, but be careful. This method is only good for certain plastic toys. The best thing you can do to keep your vibrator clean is use it with a condom.
If your vibrator comes in contact with blood, clean it thoroughly. Lastly, commercial cleaners are very convenient. Most are available as sprays and wipes and specially formulated to remove germs and preserve the life of your toy.
Now that you know how to get clean, get ready for some vibrating fun.