• Anal Douche

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    CVR92 [sign in to see picture]
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    This might sound a bit dumb but I was looking to buy this anal douche at some point and I wondered how you would clean it? Especially the inside of the nozzle as it is thin?

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=952&reviewpage=2#customer_reviews

    Does anyone have this and how do you tend to clean it? I use the cleaning wipes on my other toys?

    xx

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    dlover61 [sign in to see picture]
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    Hey :)

    I tend to flush it through with anti-bacterial soap and then rinse thoughly

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    CVR92 [sign in to see picture]
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    Ooh okay, like carex anti bacterial hand soap?

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    dlover61 [sign in to see picture]
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    yea thats what I use :)

    I have used Lovehoney's sex toy cleaner but all that is a similar soap

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    BrumGuy [sign in to see picture]
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    Hi CVR92 Ther's a knack to filling these without filling your butt with air. Also make sure that the water is a direct suply and not from a tank.

    Fill a Pyrex jug with water to the required temperature, Insert and squeeze the bulb to draw in the water, take it out and point it up and slowly squeeze the bulb again until you see the water now hold it there and put back into the jug and release the bulb to draw up more water, this way you will expell all the air in the bulb so that you do not have a rectum half full of air!

    I use the shower water as that's fed direct from the mains, I can also get the temerature that I want and am comfortable with. If you use water from a storage tank then ther's a possibilty of bacteria in the water.

    Cleaning as dlover61 Hot soapy water squeeze the bulb untill you are satisfied that its clean pull out the nozzle and leave apart so air can circulate and dry. Therfore avoiding damp and mould.

    I hope this helps and others that may be following this thread.

    Enjoy. xx

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    Sum Sub [sign in to see picture]
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    The nozzle on this douche comes apart into two pieces too - the bung bit and the nozzle bit. I use the shower to fill it and and.clean it. Never allow "backwash" and cleaning it will be a doddle.

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