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CleanPlay Washing Soap Sex Toy Cleaner

Product number: A330029

€9.90

Contents: 100 ml
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Clean.Play Washing Soap is a mild detergent that is used for the thorough cleaning of sex toys. This toy cleaner in the form of a detergent removes all traces of body fluids and lubricant that remain on sex toys.

Directions for use: Thoroughly wash the surface of the sex toy with Clean.Play Washing Soap. Rinse with clean water and dry.

If you also want to disinfect your sex toy after washing it you can use Clean.Play Disinfect. That product kills any bacteria that remain on the surface of the sex toy after washing. This is especially necessary when you share sex toys with others, but also for your own use.

Ingredients: Anionic surface-active substances 5-15%, Non-ionogenic surface active substances <5%, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, Perfume, Geraniol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional.

Content: 150 ml.

About CleanPlay

Clean.Play is a range of maintenance products for sex toys, sex dolls and kinky clothes. Each product is numbered from 1 to 4 to indicate the order in which it can be used. Number 1 is a mild sex toy cleaner that allows you to safely and quickly remove all traces of body fluid and lubricant. Number 2 is an anti-bacterial spray that allows you to sanitise everything after washing. Number 3 is a maintenance powder which is indispensable for masturbators and sex dolls. Number 4 is a latex spray that allows you to give your kinky outfit a nice shine. Clean.Play belongs to the Dutch company Cobeco Pharma.
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