Here are some general guidelines for cleaning toys:
Start by removing any dirt or debris from the surface of the toy using a soft cloth or a soft-bristled brush.
If the toy is plastic, you can clean it with a mixture of mild soap and water. Use a soft cloth to gently scrub the toy, then rinse it off with clean water and dry it with a towel.
For stuffed animals, you can spot clean them using a mixture of mild soap and water, or you can wash them in the washing machine on a gentle cycle using a mild detergent. Be sure to use a laundry bag to protect the stuffed animal from getting damaged in the wash.
For wooden toys, use a mixture of mild soap and water to wipe down the surface of the toy. Be sure to dry the toy thoroughly to prevent water damage.
If a toy is particularly dirty or has become infested with germs, you may need to use a disinfectant to kill any bacteria or viruses. To do this, you can use a disinfectant spray or wipes, or you can soak the toy in a solution of water and disinfectant for a few minutes before rinsing it off and drying it thoroughly.
It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for cleaning toys, as some toys may have special instructions or may be sensitive to certain cleaning agents.