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How To Clean Your Sex Doll Torso?

The best things in life can be free…like masturbating and experiencing blissful orgasms. But when it comes to consequences, they inevitably need to be cleaned.

Fear not, though, because whether you have a handy little dilator, a life-size sex doll, or a sex doll torso, it’s not a mountain to overcome. Cleaning, unlike cleaning a vibrator, is effortless.

For this reason, we have compiled a guide on how to clean the torso of a sex doll, and by following these tips, you can ensure that you can use it safely and easily.

Why should you clean a sex doll torso?

There are a few reasons including:

  • Keeping the sex doll torso fresh
  • Preventing the spread of bacteria
  • Preventing the formation and spread of mold
  • Keeping the sex doll’s torso intact and preventing wear and tear
  • Prolonging the life of the sex doll torso

How Often Do I Need To Clean My Sex Doll Torso?

Cleaning the sex doll torso before and after each use is strongly advised. Furthermore, the spread of mold and bacteria should worry you regardless of how long-lasting your sex doll torso is.

For example, the torso of a sex doll is composed of permeable TPE. As a result, when it gets wet, mold and bacteria can grow there and spread. It’s true—despite the unpleasant sound—that cleaning doesn’t take long, and you’ll be happy you did.

What Should I Use To Clean My Sex Doll Torso?

The best items to use for your clean-up are:

  • Mild antibacterial soap
  • Water
  • A microfibre towel
  • Tools that can assist you best in cleaning (a shower head, a vaginal irrigator, a squirt bottle, etc.)

How To Clean A Sex Doll Torso?

  • Step 1: Turn the nozzle out of the enema bulb gently, squeeze it to release air, submerge it completely in water to release the air, and then screw the nozzle back on to finish the installation.
  • Step 2: Completely insert the tip with the sprinkle holes into the doll’s torso’s tunnels. Squeeze the bulb to release the water spray through the sprinkling holes and into the doll torso’s tunnels. The water would flush out the sperm and lubricate inside the doll’s torso’s passage. If you don’t have a water irrigator, you can use a shower hose attachment, but only on LOW and mild settings. Boiling water should be avoided when cleaning doll torsos because it damages TPE. Warm water is ideal.
  • Step 3: Shake or squeeze out most of the water from the doll’s upper body.
  • Step 4: Insert the drying stick gently, being sure not to overstretch and claw away the doll torso tunnel’s opening. Bring it into touch with the drying stick, roll it around, and squeeze it slightly to distribute the moisture.
  • Step 5: Remove the stick with caution and leave it to dry. Both the surrounding humidity and temperature affect how long something takes to dry. One drying stick can be used for a very long time because it is reusable.
  • Step 6: Gently massage the damp skin of the doll’s torso with a soft cloth to remove any remaining moisture. Don’t exert excessive pressure.
  • Step 7: Let the doll sit for an hour to fully dry naturally after you have extracted the majority of the liquid from its torso. On your doll’s torso, never use a hair dryer or any other type of hot appliance. Avoid leaving anything near a fire, radiator, or other heating source in an attempt to expedite the drying process. At this point, you can give the doll’s torso a pleasant scent and keep the skin from getting sticky by using talcum powder or cornstarch (but just on the exterior). When the torso of your doll is still damp, do not apply talcum powder.
  • Step 8: To ensure that your doll torso is in a sealed and dust-free environment, carefully insert the doll torso inside the storage bag and pull the thread at the top of the bag.

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