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Nearly three years ago, I bought my first sex toy , and at the risk of sounding melodramatic, it kind of changed my life. It was a bullet vibrator , and the day I brought it home, I spent about two and a half hours having consecutive orgasms because of it. Ever since then, I've been a pretty big supporter of using sex toys. Sex toys can spice up sex between long-term partners, they're useful to make sure you get off during partnered sex, and they're also great for single people like me who are just too lazy to finger themselves. But if you're into using sex toys — whether you use them strictly when you're masturbating , or you use them during sex, too — it's imperative that you learn how to properly clean your sex toys.

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How to Clean Your Sex Toys Without Damaging Them - Expert Tips | Allure

When you're reveling in post-climax bliss, how you're going to clean the sex toy that just sent you over the edge is probably the last thing on your mind. To ward off these infections, you should wash your sex toys regularly—as in every time you use them. Once you know what material your sex toy is made of, follow these guidelines. If your sex toy is made from

13 Incredibly Useful Tips Everyone With Sex Toys Should Know

Not washing your toy, using the wrong lube, or storing it incorrectly can all lead to problems, whether that's a shorter life span or distortion of your toy or a risk of an infection for you. Which, no thanks. BuzzFeed Life talked to Claire Cavanah, co-founder of Babeland and co-author of Moregasm: Babeland's Guide to Mind-Blowing Sex , for her best tips for keeping your sex toys safe, in good shape, and running as long as possible. A quick note: Many sex toys come with cleaning instructions, so make sure to look out for anything unique to your toy that these tips might not cover. Yep, even if you're only using it on yourself and not sharing with a partner.
Sex toys can make your sex life better, more exciting, and often more orgasmic regardless of your relationship status, gender, or orientation. It's an umbrella term, as the phrase "sex toys" can refer to everything from whips and paddles used for BDSM to clitoral vibrators and more. For the sake of this story, we're going to focus on some of the most common sex toys, such as vibrators and dildos. Many of these options can be used either alone or with a partner and can involve bodily fluid exchange, which means they should be cleaned frequently and thoroughly. As experts explained to us, dirty sex toys can lead to STI transmission, and — even if you only use them on yourself — can also lead to yeast infections, UTIs, and bacterial vaginosis.