How does this product work?
A vegan, unscented antibacterial toy cleaner, Cleene can be used as an alternative to hand washing or boiling toys, making it an especially useful product for people living with roommates or who may only have a moment to wipe down their toys. Cleene works on any toy material, though naturally will be much more effective on non-porous materials. This toy cleaner lacks parabens and any fragrance, making an allergic reaction improbable; however, if a reaction occurs, stop using it and return to cleaning toys via washing with hot water and soap or boiling.
To use this cleaner, you hold the spray bottle four to six inches away from your toy and spray the entire surface. After waiting a minute, wipe the toy down with a dry cloth. Finally, either rinse or wipe the toy with a damp cloth. Make sure that your toy is completely dry before storing.
Cleene comes in an unassuming black spray bottle. Though someone may discern its purpose if they read the back of the bottle, a quick glance probably wouldn’t label this item as sexual.
Important things to note:
Keep in mind this cleaner is not intended for use on skin, nor should it be swallowed or come into contact with eyes. For safety, it should be kept out of reach of children. Even though this is an antibacterial spray, I would still recommend hand washing or boiling your toys every once in awhile to err on the side of caution.
Cleene is a lovely time-saving addition to any toy box. This bottle is also very similar to their lubricant bottles, so you can build up a matching collection.
While The CSPH does its best to provide thorough and unbiased product reviews, it should be noted that the information here is not a substitute for medical instruction or advice. The CSPH is not responsible for accidents that may occur from the use of this product. Please contact your medical provider if you have any further questions or concerns.