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How should I clean my vibrator?

Use mild soap and warm water, or use a commercially available sex toy cleaning solution. Don't submerge your vibrator if it is not waterproof.

Before you clean your vibrator, take the batteries out and close the battery compartment. If it's an electrical vibrator, make sure it's unplugged. Clean it with warm sudsy water. If it's not waterproof, be careful not to get water in the battery compartment or on the controls. If your toy has a bullet or egg vibrator inside a jelly sleeve, remove the rubber part and wash it separately. Wash all attachments separately. Dry your vibrator thoroughly with a lint-free cloth; don't use a paper towel, as they can stick to rubber and leave lint and fibers behind.

Vibrator Safety, Precautions,
Storage and Care

Can I hurt myself with a vibrator?
Can I get an infection from my vibrator?
Can I electrocute myself with my vibrator?
What should I do if I get a vibrator stuck in my vagina?
What if I get a vibrator stuck in my anus?
Can I use someone else's vibrator?
Is it possible for a hard plastic vibrator to break and injure me?
How long can a vibrator be used before throwing it away?
Are there signs of impending breakdown?
How should I store my vibrators?
How should I clean my vibrator?
If my vibrator breaks, can I get it fixed?
What are the best batteries to use in a vibrator?
How long will the batteries last?
Are there rechargeable vibrators?
How do I silence noisy batteries?

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