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For most infant and toddler toys I've used a damp cloth wipe-off, followed by a dry cloth wipe, and then finished by spraying everything with Lysol. Of course, you want to let the Lysol have time to dry well before giving back to the children. Unless it is an emergency cleanup, this worked well for me as a nightly routine, after the kids were tucked into bed for the evening.
If you can't put them in the dishwasher, mix equal parts water and white vinegar in a spray bottle, spray and wipe down or soak in a water/vinegar bath and rinse with hot water.
Depending on what it is, the dishwasher, set on air dry is great. Or a sink full of hot soapy water, or if not immersible, then a fresh cloth with hot soapy water and be sure and rinse off the soap with another cloth.
Just liquid soap and water here followed by a dry cloth
I don't use liquid soap. Usually dump them into a luke warm tub of water, scrub them and hand them out to dry
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