Along with these products Nexus kindly sent me a bottle of their Nexus Wash – sex toy cleaner to test and review.
Nexus Wash is a toy cleaning spray that comes in the luxurious and quite frankly, gift standard outer box. The packaging is sleek and the colours, black with contrasting blue are not only suitable for the masculine market but will also appeal to women and couples too.
I have been very impressed with Nexus’s packaging which is of a consistently high standard.
To use, just pop off the transparent cap and depress the pump spray, coating your toy in the solution. It takes about 4 or 5 sprays to cover a standard vibrator of between 6-8 inches length.
The bottle is of the kind where you can unscrew the top part if you wish, which is made up of the pump spray area and the tube within the bottle.
I found the Nexus Wash very easy to use, but I just had two niggles.
2) Although the box states that the cleaner is an ‘active blend of anti-bacterial ingredients’, I could not see the anti-bacterial qualities reiterated on the bottle itself. The ingredients are given; but you will have to do a bit of research if you’d like proof of the anti-bacterial qualities. It doesn’t help that it has the usual disclaimer on the box, ‘no medical claims are warranted or implied by use of this product.’
Regardless of these niggles, I haven’t suffered any mystery rashes or discomfort from using my toys that have been cleaned with this solution. I think it’s fair to say I am pretty happy using this toy cleaner, although I would prefer to use one which gives me even an imagined sense of heightened hygiene levels, from a slight scent of… something. Anything apart from water.
If you want to try out Nexus Wash Sex Toy Cleaner for yourself, you can pick it up at the Nexus site here for £4.99.