How to Clean a Sqweel

by Lovehoney

on May 2, 2017

Whether you prefer the Sqweel 2 or Sqweel Go, it's important to thoroughly clean your Sqweel after each use to make sure it stays in pristine condition. Luckily, as well as being extremely easy to use - they're also easy to clean!

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How to Clean a Sqweel 2

Firstly you need to open your Sqweel 2 by removing the top cap and side panel. Once you’ve done this take out the tongue wheel and submerge it in soapy water or use a specialist sex toy cleaner until you’re happy that it’s completely clean. Once you’re satisfied, rinse the wheel with clean water and place it to one side.

Now you can move on to cleaning the case, concentrating particularly on where the tongues sit on the inside. Taking care not to get the battery pack wet (as this will damage your Sqweel) wash out the casing with soapy water and a cloth. Once you’ve cleaned the case you should rinse it with water and put it aside.

After finishing with the case, move on to the side panels and cap. These can be fully submerged in soapy water and should be cleaned with a cloth. Once you’re done rinse them with clean water and put them to drain next to the other parts of your Sqweel.

Finally, leave the parts to air dry before reassembling the Sqweel 2.

How to Clean a Sqweel Go

Although the Sqweel Go doesn't have a removable wheel like its predecessor, it does have the advantage of being waterproof, which means cleaning it is a cinch. All you have to do is spritz it with a sex toy cleaner, like Lovehoney Fresh Toy Cleaner, and wipe off with a damp cloth. Alternatively, you can use soapy water to give the tongues a deeper clean. Dry with a clean towel or allow to airdry before using again.

Need more help?

You can Contact Customer Care, who will be able to advise you about the Sqweel. You can email, telephone or live chat to an experienced advisor 24/7.

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Originally published on May 2, 2017. Updated on Aug 6, 2020