Frequently Asked Questions
This is a relatively new question as plugs have become more mainstream over the past few years, breaking out of the bedroom and being something of a fetish of their own worn for long periods. I came to this conclusion after seeing the question of odor removal become more frequent as plugs have become more popular in the last few years. It’s rare that someone would play with a dildo without some type of clean out first, so odor issues have never come up before, but with plugs it’s another matter entirely.
So I decided to do some research on the subject, initially thinking it would be quickly resolved, but I was wrong. After a few months of trying different things I finally discovered the hurdle and the answer to getting odor off your plug.
Unfortunatley not. The good news is that the silicone won’t crack on its own. Guarding the integrity of the surface against knicks, crimps and undue stress is the best insurance. I never recommend throwing them in a drawer or chest, upright on a shelf is best.
What kind of lube is best and will any of them harm my toys?
First, there are varying levels of sterilization that might be required. Most of you I find are just wanting to kill germs. As I am not a doctor and can only advise you on what type of techniques will not damage the structural integrity of your toys. Certain viruses need pressure along with heat to destroy them. As a rule I do not share butt toys so my sterilization experience is only for cleanliness.
Yes, but I recommend using a coaster to protect the surface of your furniture as they will leave a ring, the effect of which diminishes with time. No other precautions are necessary. Using talcum powder to lightly dust them makes the surface more pleasant to handle and helps keep dirt and dust from sticking.