How to Wash a Fleshlight

Washing your Fleshlight will keep it super clean and sexy. But before you turn on the water, make sure all visible cum and lube are gone!

Squeeze and rub the sleeve or pocket pussy until you work up soap suds. Be especially careful to get into deep textures and around the top where it hangs over the case.

1. Warm water

The easiest way to clean a Fleshlight is simply by running warm water through it. This helps to flush away cum and lubricant left behind. It also helps to remove any clumps that may have formed, especially on textured sleeves. You can also use a gentle stream of water to wash the insert if you want it extra clean.

It’s important to rinse a fleshlight after every use to prevent the build up of bacteria and mildew. This is particularly important if you’re using an oil-based lubricant, as the chemicals can degrade Cyberskin over time. Likewise, soaps should be avoided, as they will also degrade the material and leave it vulnerable to mold and mildew.

Hydrogen peroxide is another popular choice as it’s a good antiseptic that can help to kill germs. However, it can also damage the skin cells on your penis and cause rashes or irritation. So, it’s best to avoid hydrogen peroxide if possible. Instead, you can try using a mild cleanser that is specifically designed for sex toys. This should be gentle enough to use on a Fleshlight but still effective at killing germs.

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2. Soap

Fleshlights are famous for their sexiness, and a large part of that comes from their Superskin material that feels very similar to real skin. However, they can be a bit tricky to clean.

Running the fleshlight under warm water and squirting soap into it is a good place to start. Be sure to work the soap into suds, and play close attention to crevices, deep textures and gaps. Then, be sure to rinse it thoroughly – inside and out – until the water runs clear.

Don’t use anything abrasive or harsh on the fleshlight; the silicone can be damaged by this. And definitely do not boil or microwave it! The hot temperatures can damage the insert, which is not a good thing.

Once you’ve washed the fleshlight, squirt some cleaner onto it to help dissolve any last remnants of lube and keep it feeling nice and soft between uses. Then, pat it dry with a towel and put it in the case. It’s also a good idea to hang it up or place it in front of a fan for a little extra drying time.

3. Dishwasher

Using a dishwasher to wash your fleshlight is not something you want to do. The material used by Fleshlight is sensitive to heat, and the heat generated in a dishwasher could damage it.

Furthermore, a dishwasher contains harsh detergents that can erode the materials of your fleshlight sleeve. If you have to use one, make sure the water isn’t too hot, and that your fleshlight is completely dry before putting it back in its case.

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It’s also important to clean the case, as it will have picked up some bacteria during use. A little bit of soap and warm water should do the trick. You should also avoid using hand sanitizer, as it contains alcohol which can eat away at the material of your fleshlight.

After washing your fleshlight, leave it on a towel to dry completely. You don’t want to put it back in its case if it’s still wet, as it will promote mildew and mold. Once it’s completely dry, it will be ready for its next session. A little extra effort to keep your fleshlight clean and sanitary will ensure that you’ll always have a smooth, realistic sensation during play sessions.

4. Microfiber towel

Fleshlight sleeves have many bumps and nooks that can collect semen deposits, Fleshlube and other fluids. If these liquids are not flushed out completely, the sleeve will begin to smell and can develop black spots (both of which are bad). The sleeve can also become mildewy if it is not properly cleaned and dried. And a moldy Fleshlight sleeve is a breeding ground for germs and other things that can cause you real problems if you stick your dick into it.

Soak the case and end caps in very hot water (not soap) to flush out the internal fluids. Rinse well and let them dry, either on their own or in front of a warm radiator (not a hot one, just slightly warm). A lint free microfiber towel works best, but even paper towels are better than old rags or towels covered in dandruff. You can also hang the fleshlight on a rack to allow air circulation and speed up the drying process. Once the fleshlight is dry, shake out any excess moisture and reassemble it, attaching the caps at the slimmer end first.

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5. Warm radiator

There are a few different ways to wash and dry your Fleshlight. First, it’s a good idea to give the whole thing a really thorough cleaning. This can help to reduce the chances of mold and mildew.

It’s recommended to use soap for this part of the process, although it may be easier to just get a bottle of rubbing alcohol and wipe down all of the parts of the toy. This includes the case, insert and end caps. You should also pay attention to deep textures, gaps and folds.

Then, once the whole thing is clean, you can dry it. It’s a good idea to let it air dry rather than putting it back in the case right away. This helps to avoid moisture and mold growth, which can lead to unpleasant experiences.

If you need to be discreet, a warm radiator is a good place to let the sleeve dry. Just make sure that the heat is not too high so that it doesn’t melt the sleeve. When it’s dry, you can reassemble your toy and add some renewing powder.

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