Your new friend is made of 100% platinum-cure silicone, a body safe, non-porous, super stretchy material! Take good care of it, and it will last you for many, many years to come!
|▼ General Care ▼
|Silicone is tough, but it's not indestructible! Keep your toy away from sharp objects, as it can still be cut. Avoid biting your toy or digging into it with nails. Keep it out of reach of children and pets.|
|▼ Cleaning ▼
|It is important to thoroughly wash your toy with soap and water before and after each use. We recommend using either a gentle antibacterial soap, or a purpose made toy cleaning solution. Avoid abrasives, harsh chemicals, and other cleaning solutions which could deteriorate the surface of your toy and leave toxic residue.
Toys can be sanitized by boiling for 5-10 minutes in clean, fresh water. Carefully use a utensil with rounded edges to keep your toy from resting on the bottom or sides of the pot while the water boils.
In addition to regular washing with soap and water between uses, toys can also be placed in a dishwasher on the top rack to sanitize them. Make sure your dishwasher is free of detergent residue first!
For a deeper clean, you may also soak your toys in a 10 parts water, 1 part bleach solution for 10 minutes. Then, rinse thoroughly with soap and water. CAUTION: Do NOT boil bleach.
Typically a 10:1 water to bleach soak is done before sharing or selling toys to others. In most cases for general use, washing with soap and water between uses and occasionally sanitizing by boiling is all that you need to do to maintain a clean and happy toy!
|▼ Usage ▼|
|Only use a clean, well lubricated toy. Do not use silicone-based lubricants. Oil-based lubricants should be fine, but we only recommend water-based lubricants for the best time! Certain materials can degrade the silicone over time, so be sure to check ingredients and spot test on the base before use.
Take care to keep your toy away from shampoos or other soaps that may contain silicone.
You may use a condom on the toy itself if so desired, although not necessary. Be sure that the condom is not lubricated with silicone.
Always start slowly, and never take more than you can handle. There are many guides available on the internet for how to enjoy sexual play with silicone toys. If you're a beginner, we recommend researching first, in addition to starting with a softer, smaller toy! Just remember, listen to your body — and there's no such thing as too much lube!
|▼ Storage ▼|
|Thoroughly wash and dry your toy before storing. Store your toy in a cool, dry place away from other toys or plastics and out of direct sunlight. 100% Platinum-cure silicone toys can be safely stored together, provided they are all of the same composition. If you keep your toy in a plastic box or bin, we recommend wrapping it gently in a towel or cloth/satin fabric to prevent contact with the bin itself.
See our custom printed cloth bags!
Above all, do not store your toy dirty or wet, especially in a sealed bag or container. Bacteria or mildew can form on the surface, which may permanently stain the silicone.
If you have any additional questions or concerns, feel free to contact us!