A silicone, glass, or stainless steel dildo can be completely cleaned with warm water and fragrance-free soap. Also, dry it! (Bye, mildew).
Silicone and rubber are ground up and reused (sometimes they become new sex toys, after they get a fresh coat of silicone, of course), and any other parts left over (metals, plastics) are used for ...
Some other ideas: turn your dildo into a shower caddy hanger, a bracelet holder, or a doorstop. If anyone asks questions, just say, "It's art, baby!" Use it to massage another part of your body.
Silicone: You can choose from 3 options to clean a silicone toy. Either boil for 5-10 minutes, put it in your dishwasher (on top rack), or wash with anti-bacterial soap and warm water. Do not boil silicone vibrators because you will destroy the vibrator mechanism.
Combine using a dildo with a bullet, rabbit or wand vibrator to take your stimulation to the next level. And if it's tricky to do, you can always ask a partner to give you a helping hand.
5.25 inches long, 1.25 inches wide: Tantus Silk Silicone Dildo ( Lovehoney, $47) This subtly curved toy is crafted from firm, smooth silicone. Its length makes it good for beginners, and its ...
As far as I know, there is no issue with dildos leaching into the groundwater or anything; I say bag and toss. posted by thelonius at 3:52 PM on February 25, 2012 [ 1 favorite ] Yeah, removing the batteries (if any) and recycling them before you discard the useless, inert husks seems to be about the best you can do.
Like you, I have other silicone sex toys, and I'm familiar with how to care for them. I'm asking specifically about penetrables because their silicone is significantly softer than the silicone in dildos and plugs. I'm curious if this softness comes with unfortunate side effects, such as a risk of tearing or degrading over time.
So if you’re shy about buying a vibrator or can’t afford/can’t wait to purchase a dildo at the moment, there are plenty of DIY sex toys available at your disposal. All you need to do is look ...
There are dildos that vibrate, inflate and deflate. They come in all sizes from beginner-friendly to frankly enormous. They are made from different materials too, such as glass, metal or silicone.