For those who wonder if they can get STDs or infections from sex toys, the answer is yes. You can get an STD if you share your sex toys and you can get an infection from sharing your sex toys or even using them without properly cleaning them just by yourself.

One of the most common ways to get a bacterial infection is to not clean your sex toys well.

Keep your sex toys clean with anti bacterial toy cleaner & warm water

Cyberskin toys or any soft materiel toy such as jelly , The material is very porous and can tear easily. Because of their pores they can harbor bacteria making them one of the more difficult sex toys to keep clean. The best thing you can use is a spray-on sex toy cleaner.

We won’t recommend that soap and water, the problem with soap is that it goes into the pores and then froths up again once you put lubricant in it. If you have not gotten it all out; and getting it all out is a challenge.

The spray-on toy cleaners go into the pores of the skin-like material and then is more easily rinsed out as it does not adhere like soap or get reactivated as easily. If you do use soap, avoid harsh soaps as they may damage your sex toy.

To use the spray-on sex toy cleaner, spray it on generously, let it soak in for a few minutes, then rinse it off well and let it air dry. Making sure it dries adequately is very important because if you leave unwanted moisture in there it will increase the chances of mold, mildew, fungus and bacterial build up.

If your using Cyberskin products, once it is dry you can then sprinkle the Cyberskin powder on it. You can also use corn starch. Be sure to stay away from using talcum or baby powder as these have been linked to a possible cause of ovarian cancer.