Well I’ve had these Pjur Med Clean Wipes for a good long time (a month, maybe two) and I’ve definitely given them their fair share of challenges in the meantime. These wipes claim to be safe on all toys, hypo allergenic so that they’re safe on skin too and a wiz at cleaning up questionable stains on fabric lickity-split!
First off, my favorite use of the bunch – toys! These days I’ve got a few toys of varying material, from metal to rubber, right up to silicone happiness. My collection is ribbed, knobbed, has some nubbins and the occasional odd protuberance and here’s the kicker, most of it isn’t water proof, so washing everything down after has always been an issue. Soap and water is fine and dandy but when it comes to that little not so waterproof pocket rocket, things can get a bit electrifying. The Pjur wipes were a real life saver in this department. Just about the size of a tissue and only slightly moist, so no chances of slippage, the wipes got into absolutely every notch, nook and cranny with minimum effort and rarely a need for a repeat swipe at a trouble area. And the product is only slightly moist after, air drying in a snap almost as soon as your done cleaning.
On the skin I found them refreshing, without being either too wet so that I was left feeling that I needed a towel nor dry enough to be irritating. I even got a friend to help out with the skin to skin factor, though he sadly didn’t like their moistness level as much as I did. For him they were entirely too rough and way too small to serve as cum catcher during a heated jerk off session. Personally I think he had terrible aim or didn’t give them a fair shake-er-jerk since the wipes are about the size of your average tissue.
On cleaning up fabrics after a particularly juicy session, I’d have to say it’s still best to just strip the sheets down and stick them in the washer if you’re really trying to eliminate all traces. If what you’re going for is something that will clear up that sopping wet spot so you can sleep on it without feeling like you’re sleeping in a marsh – the Pjur wipes will do about as well as a towel or a tissue.
Best feature of these wipes is probably the way they held their moisture level. When they first came in their little plastic packaging I wasn’t convinced that they wouldn’t be able to last more than a few uses before the contents completely dried out and the rest needed to be discarded. But it’s two months later and the wipes are just as moist as they were when they first arrived, which to be honest isn’t as wet as your average alcohol infused wet nap but definitely wet enough to get the job done.
All in all I think that if you’ve got a lot of toys, these wipes should become a staple in your collection, they just save so much work during clean up!