Top Ten Tips for Masturbators
Lube always makes masturbation more fun and is essential with a masturbator toy. Water-based lubes like KY Jelly or Astroglide are the best choice for use with masturbators. Water-based lubes clean up easily and won't react with the material of the toy. Depending on whether the masturbator is rubber, Cyberskin or silicone, oil-based or silicone-based lube can cause it to disintegrate. Water-based lube is always a safe bet.
Masturbators are made from materials that are stretchy and resilient, but not all that durable. Whether your toy is jelly, silicone, or Cyberskin, it needs to be handled with care. Any nick or tear in the surface will quickly grow, so keep it away from sharp objects and edges. Be careful when putting it on and removing it from your dick, and keep it away from rings, watches, or any other jewelry that might snag the surface.
If your masturbator is short in length, you may need to use short, quick strokes while jerking to it keep from repeatedly slipping off or shooting off the end of your cock. Once it's lubed up, it may be hard to get back on. Jerk harder going towards yourself, and try to get the majority of your stimulation on the down stroke.
Want to brush up on your muff-diving technique without feeling self-conscious? A masturbator molded to resemble a pussy with some degree of anatomical accuracy can be your practice model. Buff up your tongue muscles or try out a new trick. Feel weird about it because you've been sticking your dick in there? Well, if you were eating a real pussy, you'd be sticking your dick in it too, right?
To make a Fleshlight-type masturbator, get a jelly rubber or Cyberskin sleeve and put it into an appropriately sized container. An actual flashlight case can work. Just be sure that the receptacle is large enough to comfortably accommodate your dick, but small enough to keep the sleeve snug inside.
Many men enjoy masturbating by securing a bag or receptacle in a couch or mattress and humping it. If this is your preferred method for masturbating, you can incorporate a masturbator sleeve by putting it inside a baggie or canister and slipping it between the cushions or mattresses. Be sure to put the masturbator inside a covering, because they are made of materials that easily attract lint and debris.
Masturbators are usually made of jelly rubber, Cyberskin and other materials that are semi-porous and difficult to disinfect thoroughly. For that reason, it's not a good idea to share with a buddy or use someone else's masturbator, because you could transfer germs that carry STDs and infections like herpes or venereal warts.
After use, wash your masturbator thoroughly inside and out with warm water and a mild antibacterial soap (liquid hand soap is good). Turn it inside out if possible. Pat dry with a clean cloth or paper towel.
If your masturbator is made of Cyberskin, it needs to be dusted with powder after cleaning to prolong its life. Cornstarch works well for this purpose. Be sure to dust the inside of the toy as well. This will keep it from getting sticky and attracting lint. In any case, store your masturbator wrapped in a clean cloth to keep dust and lint away from the surface.
Things can get pretty slippery when you're using a handheld masturbator and have lube on your dick, your hand, and the masturbator sleeve. To keep your grip, have a towel handy to wipe off your palm and the outside of the masturbator. If you're really serious about getting some traction on the outside, chalk your palm with some talcum or cornstarch.
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