How to take care of and clean your rabbit vibrator

Before you get into the world of sex toys, it is important that you understand that unclean toys have the ability to transmit, viruses and infections such as STI’S. If you have a medical issue, you may end up re-infecting yourself with the infections. If you maintain your toys properly, they will definitely last you longer and won’t give you any medical issues. The first thing you do when you get your sex toy is to inspect them and ensure they do not have any rough edges.  If you are getting plastic, you have to ensure you won’t get hurt by untrimmed edges when you are trying to have fun. Check the instructions and directions or information from Friendly Hostility for any tips about care and storage of that specific rabbit vibrator. Remember, they come in different sizes, shapes and materials; this means that what it takes to maintain and care for one may not work for the other.

 If you bought a rubber toy, you would probably want to air it to remove the fresh rubber smell from the toy. Always clean the product before you using it; the method you use for cleaning will depend on the material on that particular rabbit vibrator. If you are using the triple thereat vibrator, you have to be extra careful. The most reliable way you can prevent infections to your vaginal area is by using a condom. This is important especially if you are going to use a vibrator for both anal and vaginal penetration. When you are cleaning the toys, make sure you use some antibacterial soap and warm water to remove all kinds of dirt and keep it clean. If your vibrator came into contact with blood and has some absorption ability, you should soak it in warm water and light bleach to keep it new. Cyber skin is used for making vibrators but it is very sensitive so you should use warm water only and store it a dry space.