While there is no latex in the Fleshlight, we do suggest that you do not use oil-based lubes with it, as it will be difficult to clean off without damaging the toy. You should also not use soap to wash the Fleshlight, since most soaps are oil-based products and may damage the material. The soap can also get inside the pores of the skin like material so we recommend using a spray on toy cleaner like the one specifically made for the Fleshlights called Fleshwash. When you use it just spray it on heavily and let soak into the pores of the material to kill bacteria and then rinse off. Then completely air dry.
We also suggest that you not share the Fleshlight, since it's not really possible to thoroughly disinfect it without damaging it. With the risk of STD transmission we suggest you practice "safe sex" common sense.
In addition, you will want to have a good amount of lubricant inside it for it to feel really good. We also highly recommend soaking it in hot water in your sink for 5 minutes (do not boil) for it to be warm like a person's body. The warmth really makes a big difference in sensation. You can also run hot water through it to clean it out and to warm it up.
After it is used it can feel "tacky" to the touch. To remedy this, just use lubricant over it and in it, or to get the original feel of it you can sprinkle cyberskin powder on it and it will feel just like it did when you opened it. It is very similar to Cyberskin and thus powder makes it feel very real.
Use With A Partner