Everyone should try sex toys. They add excitement, fun, and variety to your masturbation sessions and can even spice up an adventurous relationship. But when you start investing in sex toys you find that there is more to learn. Proper cleaning is essential to keep your toys clean, hygienic and in tip-top condition. If you already own a Fleshlight then you might have rinsed it out as instructed. But many users find that, over time, the surface starts to feel sticky to the touch, collects fluff, or even begins to develop black markings inside.
How To Clean a Fleshlight (Yes, You Need To Clean Your Fleshlight)
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You need to take a lot better care of it. I mean, it makes sense, your dick goes in it. Note: read my guide to choosing the best Fleshlight for you. Before I let you in on my secrets, I want to address as to why you absolutely should clean your Fleshlight. Not only will black spots appear on your precious sleeve that you paid a lot of money for, but it will also become stinky.
Now that the fine folks at Fleshlight have made a fuckable iPad case , it's a good time for a crash course in how to clean your, um, personal fluids off of Cyberskin. Cyberskin, yeah. That's the official name for the stuff. I'm getting hot just thinking about it! In fairness, I was obviously not the only one, because Lord Almighty, that thing was filthy.