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How To Warm Up A Dildo? Sex Toy Temperature Play Guide

How To Warm Up A Dildo

Playing with a heated dildo is a pleasant experience. The sensation you have from using a heated dildo is excellent. That’s the reason why many women try to reproduce and enjoy the sensation of a naturally warm dildo. Silicone dildos are excellent for retaining the heat in the room!

If you want to try using a heated dildo, a silicone dildo is an excellent choice since this material warms rapidly and adapts to the ambient temperature after use. As a result, they are never cooler than the surrounding environment.

Nevertheless, room temperature is far lower than the temperature of a heated body. Furthermore, rubbing a chilly dildo against your skin will almost certainly result in a less than erotic sensation.

In most cases, dildos can be heated in the water of any temperature, provided that they do not include any electrical components.

The temperature of water in which you plan to wash your dildo, as well as the amount of water you use, will have an influence on the time required to heat your dildo and the length of time it will maintain that heat.

Preparing A Dildo For Use

Preparing A Dildo For Use

To savor a pleasant warmth during your masturbation session, before you begin, follow this easy method that will quickly raise the temperature of your sex toy to body temperature:

  1. Pour warm water from the hot tap into a basin (or saucepan or pan) that is large enough to accommodate your dildo.
  2. Allow the dildo to slowly heat for 5 minutes before using it.
  3. Remove it from water and dry it off.
  4. Use it. The warmth will last for around 5 to 10 minutes after the dildo has been submerged in water.

If you rub a dildo with your hands, you can quickly warm it up without the need for water. However, once you remove it from your warm hands, its temperature will drop very quickly.

Alternatively, you may leave the dildo in boiling water for a slightly longer period of time to enjoy an extra boost of heat. Be careful not to overheat it, as a hot dildo may burn you. At the same time, boiling a dildo is an excellent technique to deep-clean and sterilize it.

  • Place your dildo in a convenient, heat-resistant container.
  • Pour hot, boiling water over the dildo, covering the majority of it. It’s an excellent idea to pour just enough water so that you can safely remove it from the container.
  • Allow your dildo to stay in there for around 10 minutes.
  • Take it out of the water carefully and dry it with a towel gently.
  • The dildo is then ready for use. The heat will last for around 10 to 15 minutes.

Temperature Games

Dildo Temperature Games

Have you ever had a fantasy featuring candle wax dripping on your skin? Perhaps you were entertained by the scene in 9+1⁄2 Weeks in which Mickey Rourke uses an ice cube on Kim Basinger? One of the people’s greatest sexual fetishes is temperature play. Both men and women enjoy it, regardless of the temperature.

Conclusion

If you want to experiment with hot and cold objects inserted into your vagina or rectum, you should look for dildos or vibrators that were designed with temperature play in mind.

Fortunately, there are a variety of sex toys that allow you to experiment with temperatures.

With some imagination and care, it is possible to use temperature play with vibrating dildos, G-spot vibrators, rabbit vibrators, wand vibrators and bullet vibrators.

These kinds of toys quickly absorb heat, allowing you to heat or chill them down in a matter of seconds. They also get to ambient temperature very fast.

On the other hand, sex toys made of glass take a while to become warm, but they conserve the heat for ages after they absorb it. Such a property of glass dildos enables them to remain hot or cold within your body for a longer period of time.

You can also get toys that can be heated and cooled automatically. While there are specialized sex toys that can use built-in tech to warm themselves up or chill themselves down to a required temperature, they are both expensive and full of safety risks.

So, sure, temperature-controlled toys do exist, but they are extremely rare and frequently receive negative reviews. You’ll be considerably safer if you use a glass or metal toy and don’t rely on electronics to regulate the temperature. For more on Safe Dildos, see Everyday Health.

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