Fleshlight Fleshwash Review

December 07th, 11   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
Fleshlight Fleshwash

Fleshlight Fleshwash

The Fleshlight Fleshwash is a specially-developed anti-bacterial toy cleaner made just for the Fleshlight male masturbation toys. Fleshwash is made with triclosan as well. The Fleshlight Fleshwash is made for external use only, is a gentle cleanser, was not tested on animals, and is latex, silicone, and superskin-friendly (as well as friendly to less sensitive materials such as plastic!). The bottle is a 4 fluid ounce variety.

The Fleshwash comes in a plastic bottle that includes a spray-top lid. The lid pops off easily, and the spray pump is easy to push down. As far as I can tell, it seems to spray relatively evenly, and we haven’t had any issues with sprays dripping down the side of the bottle either. The bottle is clearly labeled as a “toy cleaner” if someone were to read the labels, but if someone looks at this far away, it honestly looks like a skincare product. We keep ours in our medicine cabinet with no prying eyes asking about it as of yet!

We’ve been trying Fleshwash out for awhile now (almost four months!), and we use it anytime we have to clean a Fleshlight toy. We dislike the fact that Fleshlight male masturbation sleeves can’t be cleaned with regular soap, and this allows us to give it an extra layer of protection from germs and gross-things without harming the Superskin material of the Fleshlight.

The Fleshlight Fleshwash seems to apply evenly to the toys, and it seems to help clean them up really nicely. The boyfriend thinks it leave the Fleshlight Superskin material feeling a bit softer than it normally does, but I haven’t noticed that. The Fleshwash isn’t sticky after its been applied, but if you want, you can definitely clean the toy again after having applied the Fleshwash. It doesn’t have any scent, and it certainly does leave a lingering scent on the toy after you’ve washed it. It actually ends up working pretty well as a toy cleaner – even if you don’t want to clean Fleshlight male masturbation sex toys with it.

This bottle is going to last you a long time. Even after coating multiple Fleshlight sex toys in this thing after four months, the Fleshlight Fleshwash still has a lot left in it. I’d estimate that you can easily get at least 100 cleanings out of this bottle, so you have a lot of use out of this bottle!

We’ve actually been using this to clean our regular toys as well. Of course, it doesn’t replace traditional soap and water for heavily-used sex toys, but when we only use a sex toy externally on the nipples or non-genital areas, spraying it down with this is a much easier solution than cleaning it with soap and water. It has ended up working really well for us thus far, and we’ve been using it regularly.

In case you are curious, the ingredients in the Fleshlight Fleshwash are: Triclosan, Water, Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate, Disodium Lauroamphodiacetate, Sodium Trideceth Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Propylene Glycol, Tetrasodium EDTA, Citric Acid, Methylchloroisothiazolineone, Methylisothiazolinone, and Mint Green.

Overall, the Fleshlight Fleshwash anti-bacterial sex toy cleaner does a good job of cleaning off your sex toys. Will it replace regular anti-bacterial soap for us for all of our toys? No, but if we haven’t gotten too much bodily fluid on a toy or only used it surface-wise, the Fleshlight Fleshwash makes it so much easier to clean up. Plus, with a Fleshlight, where you can’t wash with regular soap and water, it helps add an extra layer of protection to the icky bacteria. Thanks to FunWares for providing this sex toy cleaner for my Fleshlight Fleshwash review.




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