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Is the Dungeon Clean? Is it safe to share sex toys??

Yes to the first part... No to the second (particularly if they are penetration toys) Always use a condom.

Much thought and planning has gone into the dungeon, not least into the health and safety of the people who use it and those that live in it.

LDH receives a regular vigorous daily regime of vacuuming, scrubbing, polishing and mopping. The first hire of the day has at least three hours preparation time allocated for cleaning. There is always at least one hour (usually 2) set aside between subsequent hires to allow for cleaning of equipment and associated preparation. We normally will only take one hire each day of operation.

At the end of their session, hirers are expected to place all equipment that has had intimate use (after a preliminary clean with wipes and disinfectant provided) in the box in the hallway for specialist cleaning.

Briefly...

In addition to normal household cleaners such as soaps, detergents, bleach, and disinfectants we use a specialist medical (Bactericidal Fungicidal Virucidal Mycobactericidal Sporicidal) disinfectant known as TriGene ADVANCE. All equipment that has intimate use is cleaned with this. This product is effective against:

  • Spores: Bacillus subtilis, Clostridium difficile, Mycobacteria, Mycobacterium avium, Mycobacterium terrae.

  • Viruses: Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV, Norovirus, Polio, Adenovirus, Coronavirus (SARS).

  • Fungi: Aspergillus niger, Candida albicans, Penicillium verrucosum,Trichophyton rubrum.

  • Bacteria: Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Enterococcus hirae, Campylobacter jejuni, Legionella pneumophila, MRSA, VRE, Salmonella enteriditis, Serratia marcescens.

As well as being used by The Dungeon Keeper this disinfectant is available in Spray and Wipes to hirers along with disposable tissues and wipes so they can clean the toys they are using before and after their use.

Anti bacterial hand wash is available in the WC and Bathroom. Regular hand cleaning is a very important method to prevent transmission of bacteria. Two wash basins, and shower are available to hirers. There is endless hot water. All face cloths, hand towels, bath towels and linen cleaning cloths are supplied fresh to each hirer and are laundered daily on a wash cycle above 60 degrees centigrade.

It's never a good idea to share intimate sex toys (penetration toys). You should always use a condom even with your own toys. You should certainly always use a condom with any Dungeon Penetration Toy and you are required to do so as a condition of your hire.

For toys to be sterile they would need to be autoclaved... treated at appropriate temperature and pressure just prior to use. If items are subsequently stored or displayed they would not remain sterile. Its not practical to autoclave sex toys during play and in any case it requires specialist training and understanding. So great care needs to be taken in the way you use toys. A condom fresh from its pack is sterile and should always be used with penetration sex toys.

Although we expect hirers to supply their own personal items (such as condoms) we always have an emergency supply of condoms in the "safety box". The location of this box will be pointed out to you during your introductory tour. It's certainly not good practice to share lubricant and hirers should bring there own.

The Safety Box also contains a supply of Disposable Latex Gloves and other safety equipment.

 

Hirers are legally responsible for their own health and safety and also the health and safety of the people they play with as well as other users of the dungeon, who they are not going to meet. This is clearly defined in law in the Health and Safety Act. Reckless behavior is not tolerated in the dungeon.

 

Please do not ever take risks with your health or the health of others.

 

The Dungeon Keeper takes his responsibilities very seriously and expects hirers to do so as well.

More Information/Education Below:

Sexually transmitted infections: a guide

About Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Home Hygene

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