Curious about how to clean an automatic stroker? If you’ve got a good one, it’s easy.
If you use your automatic stroker right, it’s going to get messy! And so it’s important that you know how to clean it properly – or else these things can become a breeding ground for bacteria – which nobody wants!
The good news? If you’ve got a good quality stroker, then it’s going to be pretty easy to clean! Although that can also depend on what type of lube you’re using with your pleasure toy. In most cases, water-based lubricant will be the best type of lubricant to use because it will never damage the material of sex toys, no matter what they’re made of. Silicone and oil-based lubes, however, can – so make sure you know what you’re doing if you decide to use one of those. Silicone and oil-based lubes can also be a lot more difficult to clean up, which is another reason I prefer to use water-based lubes.
Basic Steps for Cleaning Your Automatic Stroker
Of course, not every automatic stroker is the same, so you’re going to have to read the packaging to take note of any specific instructions for your particular stroker. But if you’ve got a highly quality stroker such as the Autoblow 2, then the following instructions will suit you just fine.
Step 1: Remove the insert/sleeve.
Because an automatic toy has some type of electric aspect, most of the high quality auto strokers have a removable insert so that you don’t have to worry about shorting out the machine when you wash it. If this is the case, your first step is to remove it. If you have a stroker that doesn’t have an insert, skip this (obviously).
Step 2: Rinse with soap and water or toy cleaner.
In most cases, a bit of regular soap or dish soap mixed with warm water will be just fine. There is also something called ‘toy cleaner’ that is great if you really want to preserve the delicate materials of some toys. If you have it, use that – if not, use warm water and a bit of soap. If you aren’t able to remove the sleeve, then just be careful when washing not to get the electrical center wet.
Step 3: LET IT DRY
This is way more important than a lot of people realise. Unless you want your stroker to get a weird smell, then you want to ensure it has ample time to air-dry before you put it away. Allow it to sit out, preferably on something like a towel so that the extra moisture can be absorbed.
Step 4: Store it.
When it’s completely dry, you can put it away. Some sex toy materials though don’t get along – so make sure that when you put it away it’s separated by either a box or material from other toys so that they don’t damage each other.
The importance of keeping our automatic stroker clean
This might be obvious to some of you, but to others I know it’s not. If you keep blowing your load inside an automatic stroker and then you don’t clean it properly, your jizz is going to get hard and start to ruin the delicate material that most of these stroker are made from. On top of that, you’d be surprised at what a nasty smell you can get if you keep building up your man juice inside of one of these tubes. If you want to keep having a pleasurable experience, and you want your stroker to last as long as possible, then it’s very important to clean your toy after each use (unless of course, you’re using it again straight away – then it’s up to you).