Sex dolls have changed this. It gives both of you the opportunity to have a trio without any emotional investment. Vaginal irrigators, also known as rinsing or enema bulbs, are the perfect tool for cleaning dolls after use. To use one, simply fill with soap and water, then rinse and clean the doll's vagina. With the development of these dolls, you can actually get what you want at a very affordable price. Sex dolls can serve you.
During our sales process, we received a lot of calls, emails and live chats, asking the same question - "How do I clean my sex doll?". You spend a lot of money to play with your doll, taking care of it is a bit like looking after a car, it needs to be washed inside and outside often. TPE sex dolls require some maintenance. Here's what you need to know:
You need to avoid getting these items in contact with sex dolls. 1. Products containing vegetable oils such as cream, soap, shower gel containing coconut oil, fruit oil, etc. Vegetable oil seals the TPE surface, thus stopping the necessary respiratory function of the TPE. 2. Silicone oil: The product includes a wet condom (including dimethicone) and a silicone oil-based lubricant. Silicone oil can affect the TPE structure, making it harder, crisper and more brittle. The shrinking process of the TPE may also occur.
If you follow your simple steps to maintain your doll, then you will find a lasting product. We have developed a guide on how to take care of your sex dolls and answer the frequently asked questions we face.
Once a month, TPE rehydration is recommended to moisturize the entire doll with mineral oil to keep the doll factory new. Similar to washing your doll, you can apply baby oil to the first half of the body, then wait for about 2 hours to absorb, then turn the doll over and repeat. Always remove the baby's talcum powder before applying oil to your body. Vaseline can be used in high pressure areas such as arm pits, ankles and vagina, but needs to be about. Absorbed for 12 hours. Vaseline and Nivea cream have higher mineral oil content than baby oil. In order to moisturize the entire body, baby oil is the right choice.
The first day of the TPE doll is the most important day. Wash with a doll and apply some baby powder. They say that traditional baby talcum powder may be unhealthy for the risk of breathing caused by talc, so you can also use cornstarch. Corn starch is non-toxic and food grade. It is harmless to yourself, the doll or the environment. It can be mixed with seasoning powder and you can get rid of her if you like!
It is very important to check that the clothes you put on the doll do not transfer any color to the doll. Both types of skin, whether silicone or TPE, will exhibit any color on the garment if not thoroughly cleaned before use on the toy. In particular, TPE skin is very porous and can stain. This applies to anything that comes into contact with the doll, and if it contains ink or anything that might discolor the skin, avoid contact.
You need to pay attention to the stains on your clothes. New clothes may contaminate the baby's skin. Especially deep colors. A good way to avoid this is to wash your clothes in the sink. You change the water and repeat until the water is clear. After the clothes are dry, you can put on your doll. If your doll's skin is dirty, use the cream in the package and let it dry for a few hours. Watch the video in our video section.
How to clean my doll body? The body of the cleansing doll is very direct. Depending on how often you use the doll, we recommend cleaning it every 14 days to avoid accumulation of bacteria on the doll and to help extend the doll's skin. You will need the following: antibacterial soap, water, talcum powder (baby talcum powder), lightweight sponge, non-abrasive cloth.
This process is very similar to cleaning yourself. You can choose to shower your doll or drown your doll in the bathtub. If you want to put your doll in the shower, it is important that you don't let your neck or head get too wet (this helps to avoid further complications on the road, such as rusting the neck screws).
Simply wash the doll thoroughly with an antibacterial soap using a lightweight sponge, making sure not to apply too much pressure to protect the skin. Then gently pat the face with a dry, non-abrasive cloth to remove most of the water, let it rest for an hour and then dry naturally.
Although TPE dolls are usually cheaper, they are inherently porous. This means that unless carefully disinfected and cleaned, they can hide and retain bacteria, especially when any moisture penetrates the skin. It is very important not to immerse the doll head in the water at any time.
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