How to clean your sex doll?

How to clean your sex doll?


  Whether you are considering investing in luxury sex dolls, BBW sex dolls, inflatable dolls, robotic sex dolls or other types of love dolls, they all have to be cleaned and maintained. Sex doll maintenance will vary based on your doll's material (especially your doll's skin), which we'll cover.

  Whether you're playing with a torso doll or a full-size sex doll, read on to learn the best ways to keep your doll forever young:

  What's the best way to clean a sex doll?

  In order to talk about how to properly clean a sex doll, we first need to talk about the actual material the sex doll is made of.

  Most high-end sex dolls - including almost all custom sex dolls - are made from silicone sex doll material or TPE (thermoplastic elastomer). Silicone and TPE sex dolls are generally safe and non-toxic, which is reassuring considering all the different ways you can interact with lifelike real dolls.

  TPE is a popular material for some of the best sex dolls because of its softness; the TPE skin feels very realistic and the overall doll is very flexible (all the sex positions, amirite?). Plus, the breasts and booties on TPE sex doll toys are fun and bouncy. Who doesn't love a pat on the butt to get things going? It's even better when it feels very realistic.

  Basically, there are two things you need to do when cleaning a sex doll: clean the outside (doll skin, etc.) and clean the inside (the doll's holes, including the doll's vagina, anus, and/or mouth. Some dolls have removable orifices, such as The vagina moves, while the other orifices are fixed.)

  The most important thing to keep in mind when cleaning realistic sex dolls is that TPE skin is a more porous material than silicone. This means your TPE doll is susceptible to moisture - take extra care when cleaning, it's wet or damp. You should also be aware that your doll's clothing may seep into the doll's skin; this is more likely to happen with a TPE doll, as it is a porous toy.

  Let's get into the details:

  What type of lube should my sex doll use?

  So, what does a sex doll feel like? First, you need to know that you can't have sex with your love doll without lube (good sex anyway). Besides being not very comfortable for you, this can actually damage the textured openings around your doll's holes, so make sure to use plenty of lube every time.

  You will also want to use lube that is safe for your doll's material, especially if it is a realistic sex doll with beautiful, life-like skin. The wrong type of lube can damage your doll over time, which means no matter how well you clean it, it will still be a mess.

  As a general rule, you should never use silicone-based lube on silicone dolls. However, this topic is a bit complicated. Some experts say that as long as the materials used in the doll and lube are of high quality, your sexy friend will not be damaged or degraded. Do your own research, but know that it may be easier and safer to avoid silicone-based lubricants altogether.

  Since they're oil-based, you also shouldn't use baby oil or other mineral oils as sex doll lubes.

  Basically, you want to stick with water-based lube.

  What type of cleaner should I use?

  Here's a basic checklist of what you need to clean your doll:

  ● soapy water (mild antibacterial soap is best)

  ● Soft cloth, sponge or soft tissue

  ● cornstarch or other type of body wash

  ● mild shampoo (if your doll has wigs that need washing)

  ● vaginal douche (if your doll has a hole)

  When it comes to the soap and cloth you use, the rule of thumb is that you don't want to use anything abrasive. When it comes to cleaning, silicone sex dolls and TPE sex dolls love softness, it turns out ;).

  Cleaning the outside of a sex doll is very simple: use warm soapy water and a soft towel (you can also use a sex toy cleaner if needed). Don't use hot water, just warm it, you can put it in a spray bottle if that's easier. Be gentle when cleaning - don't rub vigorously.

  In addition to taking care of your doll's skin, you'll need to clean its various "passages" (fixing the vagina, anus, mouth) very, very well. Bacterial buildup is the most important thing you want to avoid when maintaining your doll, especially if you ejaculate inside the doll. Luckily, most realistic sex dolls come with their own cleaning kit, which usually includes a vaginal douche, so you can devote yourself to it. Some dolls also have removable vaginas, which make cleaning easier.

  If you are doing it inside the doll's vagina, mouth or anus, you must clean the doll with the same mild antibacterial soap and lukewarm water (not hot - lukewarm water). This will prevent bacteria from growing and keep your doll safe. If you repeatedly have sex with your doll bareback without cleaning, you may be giving yourself some kind of infection. Now, if you want to make cleanup easier, you can use condoms. This keeps bacteria from building up and you can ejaculate inside the doll without having to thoroughly rinse the hole.

  Water sparingly, both on the skin and internally. Don't submerge the sex doll; don't put it in the tub, and definitely don't submerge the head (we'll get back to this).

  How to dry your sex doll?

  First, we cannot overemphasize the importance of letting the doll dry. When its skin is wet, it is more likely to tear, even accidentally. Dry skin is the best way to protect your doll when it comes back to storage.

  To dry it, use a soft cloth and focus primarily on tapping, not rubbing. Intense drying can cause the TPE to wear down, and unlike your skin, your doll's skin doesn't have the ability to repair itself (fingers crossed as a future feature set!). You really just want to remove the water; when you're done photographing the doll, it won't dry out, and that's okay.

  Just like pets, it is very important that your doll is completely dry before wandering around. Seriously, though, it's crucial to let your sex doll dry naturally -- never use a hair dryer to speed up the process. This can damage the TPE or silicone. The best thing to do is to photograph your doll and let it sit for an hour or two to dry completely on its own.

  What to do after blow-drying the doll

  First, it's good to know that many TPE or silicone dolls have skin that feels sticky or greasy after cleansing, but that doesn't mean there's anything wrong with it.

  Now, this part is important: If you want your doll's skin to be as good as possible, you'll want to powder your doll after it dries. However, you don't want to use talcum powder or baby powder as this can irritate the skin. Instead, use cornstarch or the conditioning powder that the doll may have come with. You should make sure to actually read any instructions that come with your doll in order to perform this section correctly. Powdering your doll after it's completely dry is also great as it gives it a clean scent and most importantly, it keeps the skin soft and supple.

  How to remove stains from sex dolls?

  According to sex doll makers, one of the biggest problems with TPE and silicone dolls is staining. Both TPE and silicone have a strong tendency to absorb color from clothing, which means those sexy red bootie shorts might stain your male sex doll, or that cute little miniskirt might stain your female sex doll .

  The fix is ​​simple - make sure you wash the dolls before you dress them, and make sure the clothes are absolutely dry when you dress them (wet clothes get dirty more easily). It can also be helpful to use clothes that are less likely to transfer color. Bonus: Neutral colors will make up for all the other naughty activities you'll be doing later.

  Any more tips for caring for sex dolls?

  Yes, there are some other things to know:

  1. Be careful with the cleaning products you use. We recommend keeping it light and using lukewarm water and a simple mild soap; if you're not sure, check with the manufacturer. They will be happy to help.

  2. Keep your sex doll away from any sharp objects! This is a big one - TPE is very fragile and can tear easily. Owning a TPE sex doll is a bit like having someone with super sensitive skin around. They want everything around them to be soft and tender. Even the sharp corners on the cardboard box can tear the skin of the doll, so be careful, especially if the skin is completely damp.

  3. Be careful not to get your doll's head wet. This is especially true for robotic sex dolls that have some sort of voice box. It's obvious, but your sex robot wants to be dry; leave the splashing to other toys.

  4. Have fun.

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