We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Between the kissing, the sweating, and the other bodily fluids that make an appearance during outer- or intercourse, sex is an inherently messy process. And the chances of yourself, your partner, and your bed or wherever else you decide to have sex getting anything from stains to watermarks are high.
A Complete Guide to Post-Sex Cleanup
A Complete Guide to Post-Sex Cleanup ~ Swell
No matter how fun the sex was, cleaning up after having a romp in the sack can be a real drag. There is nothing more annoying than a giant semen stain in the center of your mattress, or period blood splattered over your sheets like a crime scene. What in the heck are you supposed to do about these stains? How do you wash them? What products do you use? And, crucially, is treating a poop stain different than a semen stain? I know a lot about cleaning sex toys , but I know very little about cleaning sex stains.
What to know about cleaning up after sex
And since the dawn of civilisation — when primitive man completed that first historic tug in the dim recesses of his cave — the burning question of how to dispose of excess seed has never satisfactorily been resolved. So I decided once and for all to cut through the confusion and definitively rank the best and worst ways of cleaning up after burping the worm. I know most of you groovy millennials out there will struggle to relate, but back in the days before unlimited free porn on your phone magazines were all we had. You could share them with mates. The standard of photography was excellent, on the whole.
Some people may wish to remove semen from the vagina after sex, either for hygienic reasons or to try to prevent pregnancy. However, once semen enters the cervix through the vaginal canal, there is no scientifically proven way to remove it. There are a few ways to clean the vagina and the areas around it safely. However, if someone wishes to avoid becoming pregnant, they should seek appropriate medical advice.