Product Care FAQ's

Can I get my vibrator wet?
Most vibrators will specify on the packaging whether or not they can be used in water. If a vibrator is waterproof, the manufacturer will likely tout this as a selling point. If you're not sure if your vibrator can be subjected to water, don't guess. At the worst, you may give yourself a shock, and you will most likely disable the vibrator. If you want to be able to use your vibrator in the bath, pool, or shower, or you just want to be able to run it under the tap to clean up without worrying, there are a lot of waterproof vibes on the market that will suit your needs.

How should I store my vibrators?
You want to keep your toys clean and safe, so don't just chuck your vibrator under the bed with the dust bunnies, where the dog might find it and mistake it for a chewy toy. Keep them in a closed container. A shoe box is fine. Wrap them in a clean t-shirt or towel. Put the box in a spot where it won't be moved around a lot, under the bed, in a bedside drawer or closet. It's always a good idea to take the batteries out of your vibrator when storing it for two reasons: it prolongs the life of the batteries, and it eliminates the risk that the vibrator may get accidentally switched on.

How should I clean my vibrator?
Before you clean your vibrator, take the batteries out and close the battery compartment. If it's an electrical vibrator, make sure it's unplugged. Clean it with warm sudsy water. If it's not waterproof, be careful not to get water in the battery compartment or on the controls. If your toy has a bullet or egg vibrator inside a jelly sleeve, remove the rubber part and wash it separately. Wash all attachments separately. Dry your vibrator thoroughly with a lint-free cloth; don't use a paper towel, as they can stick to rubber and leave lint and fibers behind.