How to Clean Eddie

Eddie’s Materials

So let’s talk about how to keep your Eddie clean and ready when the moment comes. Eddie is made of a medical-grade polycarbonate ABS and coated in a proprietary thermoplastic elastomer. Eddie was engineered to fit the exact shape and size of the penis, and designed to be strong, body-safe, and easy to clean. An Eddie can be used with water-based lubricants and was developed to be used with or without a condom. Now, remember, while your Eddie can do a lot of amazing things, it won’t protect you against pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections or STIs. And while Giddy encourages the use of condoms to keep your body clean and disease-free, we also encourage you to keep your Eddie clean.

Cleaning Instructions

Simply rinse your Eddie with warm water, then lather it up with a non-abrasive antibacterial soap, rinse it again, and dry. Avoid using bleach, chlorine, or any chemicals that could irritate your partner’s skin. Even just soap with peanut oil could cause a reaction, so always ask your partner about allergies. Once it’s clean and dry, pack it away somewhere clean and secure.

Giddy Recommendations

Giddy recommends replacing your Eddie every 3-4 months. We also recommend replacing your Eddie if you contract an STI, or if you’ve changed sexual partners. This goes back to cleanliness. During use, genitals can expose your ED device to a lot of bacteria and bodily fluids. Just as you replace your toothbrush, it’s good practice to replace your Eddie, too.

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