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Many of you love our products, but are unsure about how to keep them in prime condition. With all the conflicting information online and in magazines about proper toy maintenance, we can understand the confusion. Here’s a short guide to keeping your Doc Johnson products looking and feeling the best!
Whether your toy is a dildo, masturbator, or other device, Silicone is the easiest material to clean because it is nonporous and already so hygienic. You can take several routes with this one– either wash the toy with warm water and soap, boil it for 3 minutes in water, spray it with a 10% bleach solution, or simply pop it into the top-rack of a dishwasher and run it as usual!
Ultra-Realistic 3.0, or UR3, is the 3rd generation of our best-selling Ultra-Realistic family of products. It is by far the most lifelike material in the industry. To keep these guys in top working shape, wash your toy with mild soap and warm water, then pat it dry. Allow it to completely dry before storage. UR3 is porous and must be stored dusted in talc powder or conrstarch—and do not store them near other materials, as this might eventually cause a reaction that breaks down the product. We suggest our UR3 Refresh Powder, which you can view on our website here: http://www.docjohnson.com/index.php/new-products/ur3-refresh-powder.html
If you follow these directions, your UR3 toy will remain your best friend for years to come. Use only with water-based lubricants.
These are fairly simple to maintain—simply store your lubes and lotions upright in a cool dry place. Don’t forget to check the expiration date, if applicable!
Whether in the form of a vibrator, dildo, or plug, you can clean your PVC, ABS, and R5 (another Doc-Johnson-coined term to mean our fifth generation of “Realistic”) toys with Doc Johnson Antibacterial Toy Cleaner, or with warm water and antibacterial soap. Dry thoroughly before storing, and if the toy isn’t waterproof, do not submerse it in water! As with our UR3 toys, do not store your PVC, ABS, or R5 toys directly next to any other materials, as this might eventually cause a material reaction.
Doc Johnson products are built to last, as long as you care for them properly. We hope you find this guide handy!