It's a good idea. As long as the dildos don't melt in the dishwasher, what's the damn problem?
Silicone: You can choose from 3 options to clean a silicone toy. Either boil for 5-10 minutes, put it in your dishwasher (on top rack), or wash with anti-bacterial soap and warm water. Do not boil silicone vibrators because you will destroy the vibrator mechanism. Cleaning porous materials: rubber, vinyl, cyberskin, nylon, and leather.
But supposedly you aren't allowed to put your dildos in the dishwasher to get them clean. Certain types will melt, coating whatever dishes you've put in there with them. Ew. That's almost worse than trying to put condoms through the washing machine.
"Just like in Broad City, you’ll want to avoid putting anything in the dishwasher that isn’t dishwasher safe, which is all vibrators and many plastics," said Fretz. "Same goes for boiling toys ...
The beauty of nonporous toys is that, as long as they’re not motorized, can even be boiled or run through the dishwasher.
Depends on the material the Dildo is made of. Most of the time, soap and water will do it. I always recommend putting a condom over the toy anyway. Its a clean surface. Silicone: Soap and Water. Silicone toys can also be boiled or run through the dishwasher. Super Skin: a very light amount of isopropyl alcohol. Do NOT use soap! PVC/Plastic ...
(Some dildos can be cleaned by putting them on the top rack of the dishwasher or dropping them in a boiling pot of water for a few minutes!)
As long as they don't have batteries, pull strings, voice boxes or anything named above, you can throw them in the washing machine! Put them in a pillow case or delicates bag if you're worried about them getting banged around. Add a little detergent as usual and run them on gentle cycle, then hang dry.
If it’s made of plastic, you can place it in top rack to be safe. Don’t put anything with a wood handle in the dishwasher, however, as the hot water will damage it.
Just pop them off and put them in the dishwasher on a gentle cycle. Coffee maker : Turn the coffee maker upside down and use a gentle cycle. Make sure it dries completely before you plug it back in.