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fleshlight paranoia

hi, yesterday i bought a fleshlight from a shop, before i used it, i soaked it in hot water for like 10 mins? ok i know i gonna get flamed for being paranoid, but i just wanna know if by soaking it in hot water for 10 mins would definitely kill hiv virus right?
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hiv dont live long in invaerment ,and way you think it have to be un fleschlite ,hot water nutralise hiv  if you use soap or clorax
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well, the problem is that the fleshlight cannot be washed with soap or the material will degrade, it can only be washed with isopropyl alcohol. I bought it directly from a sex toy shop, and then went home and soaked it with hot water for 10mins before i used it for the first time.
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Not an HIV concern.
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thanks for replying, i would like to know how long can hiv last inside a artificial vagina (you can do a google on how a fleshlight looks like), im just paranoid that some crazy ******* decides to unload in the fleshlight before repacking it. points to add, it was a 15 minute journey from the sex shop to my home, and i submerged it for 10mins with warm water(hot enough to make me retract my hand after 3-5 seconds) but i did not rinse it, just soak and pull the basin plug.
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HIV cannot stay active outside it host. You did not have a risk.
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