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How to Clean a Male Masturbator

How to clean your male stroker

Cleaning a male stroker is one of the questions many people have before they purchase one. And sometimes they ask this question right after their first time use.

We know it could be a bit confusing on some strokers on the cleaning process because some of them don’t have an easy way to clean.

There’s the expensive way and the budget way of cleaning a male stroker. You will definitely want to put this into consideration when cleaning your stroker.

Expensive-ish Way to Clean Your Stroker

This is the ‘better’ way to clean if you want to keep the stroker in tip top shape. It will keep the silicon feeling like new and won’t deteriorate the silicon as fast. The technique to this is by adding talcum powder to clean and dry. Talcum powder is often referred to as baby powder but talcum powder does not contain the fragrances that baby powder contains. 

There’s been some speculation about talcum powder causing cancer so keep that in mind. If you worry about this, we would recommend using talcum free baby powder to use in your cleaning and drying process. 

Full process breakdown: 

  1. Rinse with warm water
  2. Wash with warm water and soap
  3. Rinse with warm water
  4. Wash with powder and soap
  5. Rinse with warm water
  6. Add powder to keep it dry

Once you are ready to use the stroker again, give it a rinse to wash away the powder. Then add lube and you’re ready to go!

Budget Way to Clean Your Stroker

This is the way most people clean their stroker. All you have to use is soap and warm water. No powders are necessary but the silicon material might not last as long. 

How much shorter lifespan will you have without powder? Well, we don’t have the answer to that. But what we do know is that regardless of the cleaning technique, your stroker will last a very long time. It should last long enough that you get your money’s worth.

Full process breakdown:

  1. Rinse with warm water
  2. Wash with warm water and soap
  3. Rinse with warm water

That’s it! It’s a relatively quick process and will do a nice job of cleaning. 

If you want it to be more sanitary on your next use, we recommend you rinse it with warm water before you use it. Then you can add lube and it’s ready to go!

So which way should I clean it?

Here’s what we think. If you decide to buy a premium stoker at a higher price, we recommend the better way to clean. If you buy the cheaper strokers, we recommend the budget way to clean. 

If the silicon of your cheap stroker gets deteriorated, we recommend you buy a new one. We have them at a very low price. It might be less expensive to buy multiple strokers than it is to buy the cleaning powder.

We know some people don’t buy strokers because they believe the cleaning process is expensive or hard. It’s really quite simple and we hope this helps answer your cleaning questions!

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