jamiehall (jamiehall) wrote in menstrual_cups,

I keep noticing how often people here recommend Dr. Bronner's soap for cleaning the cups. However, this entry from the "memories" says that glycerin should not be used on silicone, and the ingredients for Dr. Bronner's soap includes glycerin.

Which advice is right? Or is this possibly a nonexistent conflict because the "memories" post said not to use glycerin-based lubricant and presumably soap would only be in contact with a silicone cup for a minute or less, while lubricant would be in contact for hours? I'd like to use a natural soap, but if the glycerin is going to cause trouble for silicone, I'd rather try some other soap.
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