Clean the FERTI·LILY Cup with warm water. The small holes below the rim must be kept clean and clear at all times to prevent a vacuum when removing the cup. Gently stretch each hole under warm running water to remove any debris.
If you are unable to wash the FERTI·LILY Cup directly after removal (for instance, if using a toilet with separate washing facilities), wash your hands thoroughly before entering the room or cubicle, empty the contents into the toilet, and use a dry or damp tissue to wipe the cup. The liquid inside the cup after you remove it is mostly semen and cervical mucus and is completely normal.
Find a convenient moment to clean the cup as instructed before next use. When traveling, always wash the cup using potable (safe to drink) water.
At the end of your fertile period, it is recommended to wash, boil and dry the FERTI·LILY Cup as instructed. Store it in the cotton bag provided, NOT in a plastic bag or airtight container.
The FERTI·LILY Conception Cup can be boiled for 5-10 minutes as needed. Use an open pot and plenty of water. Do not leave the boiling pot unattended. In the event of damage, the cup may become ineffective and should be discarded and replaced (for example, if the pot boils dry and burns the cup).
The FERTI·LILY Cup may naturally discolour slightly over time. This does not impair its functionality. DO NOT USE vinegar, tea tree oil, scented soap, castile/peppermint soap, oil-based soap, rubbing alcohol, antibacterial soap, hand sanitiser, pre-moistened wipes, dish soap, hydrogen peroxide, bleach or any other harsh chemicals to try to lighten the cup. These may damage the silicone and cause irritation.