Proper Care and Feeding of a Fleshlight

B8trDude B8trDude
Okay, my new collection of toys is growing and I'm wondering about what the easiest way to apply some cornstarch to Fleshlights after they've been cleaned. Does anyone have a secret? How much do you use and how do you apply it? So far, I'm just making a mess.
09/06/2010
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ScottA ScottA
I think the most important part is the outside, but if you want to do the inside I'd say pull the sleeve, put some cornstarch in the open end, put it in a bag and shake it around.

Of course that's for the "solid food". Fleshlights also like a very specific type of "nursing" as well.

Jokes aside, the most important part is keeping them dry.
09/06/2010
Envy Envy
Omg you guys are hilarious XD

Though i would like to know: my bf wants a Tenga Flip Hole. Does it require the same powdering as a Fleshlight? And if I get him a Fleshlight, does it NEED to be powdered?
09/06/2010
kck kck
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Originally posted by Envy
Omg you guys are hilarious XD

Though i would like to know: my bf wants a Tenga Flip Hole. Does it require the same powdering as a Fleshlight? And if I get him a Fleshlight, does it NEED to be powdered?
I can't answer the Tenga question, but I can give you our insights on the Fleshlight / cornstarch relationship...

My guy is... well, a stereotypical guy. He doesn't like to clean anything. So, he does the bare minimum in upkeep when it comes to his Fleshlight. He's had the thing for about a year now, and never has he used cornstarch. He's made the observation that the inside of his Fleshlight is starting to get a little gummy. I think that's because all he ever does is use it with lube, then wash it out with soap and water--without applying cornstarch afterward. Powdering the Fleshlight every now and then with cornstarch will probably keep it softer (and hence more skin-like) for longer. Hope that helps
09/06/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
Quote:
Originally posted by Envy
Omg you guys are hilarious XD

Though i would like to know: my bf wants a Tenga Flip Hole. Does it require the same powdering as a Fleshlight? And if I get him a Fleshlight, does it NEED to be powdered?
Nope. The Tenga needs no cornstarch. You simply flip it open and wash it with warm water and antibacterial soap and then hang it on its stand to dry. Easy peasy!
09/06/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
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Originally posted by kck
I can't answer the Tenga question, but I can give you our insights on the Fleshlight / cornstarch relationship...

My guy is... well, a stereotypical guy. He doesn't like to clean anything. So, he does the bare minimum in upkeep when it ... More
Exactly. The cornstarch serves to "renew" the skin-like feel and prevents the stickiness.

I wonder if a funnel would help to get the cornstarch down inside the sleeve better?
09/06/2010
Kindred Kindred
Maybe something like a small fireplace bellows to blow it in?
09/06/2010
ScottA ScottA
Quote:
Originally posted by kck
I can't answer the Tenga question, but I can give you our insights on the Fleshlight / cornstarch relationship...

My guy is... well, a stereotypical guy. He doesn't like to clean anything. So, he does the bare minimum in upkeep when it ... More
My instructions noted that using soap could degrade the material, and Fleshlight only recommends thorough rinsing and optional powdering.
09/06/2010
Envy Envy
Ah okay. Sounds like the Tenga would be better for my guy, he's not exactly Mr. Clean (I had to go mouse hunting in his room when i went to visit him) so the less cleaning needed, the better.

However if I ever do pick a Fleshlight up for him I guess I'll have to be miss nag and make sure he takes care of it.
09/06/2010
Avant-garde Avant-garde
My technique for applying cornstarch is to use a paintbrush. I dab the end of the brush in the cornstarch powder and just paint it on. This doesnt use alot, doesnt take long and keeps the mess down to a minimum.
09/06/2010
B8trDude B8trDude
Quote:
Originally posted by Envy
Omg you guys are hilarious XD

Though i would like to know: my bf wants a Tenga Flip Hole. Does it require the same powdering as a Fleshlight? And if I get him a Fleshlight, does it NEED to be powdered?
The Tenga is very easy to take care of - just a little anti-bacterial soap and water. No need for cornstarch either. Fleshlight recommends using a little cornstarch and you can't use soap with them.
09/06/2010
B8trDude B8trDude
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Originally posted by Avant-garde
My technique for applying cornstarch is to use a paintbrush. I dab the end of the brush in the cornstarch powder and just paint it on. This doesnt use alot, doesnt take long and keeps the mess down to a minimum.
That's a good idea.
09/06/2010
ScottA ScottA
Maybe something like one of those old insecticide powder sprayers? Put a nozzle on the end, slip it inside and give a couple of puffs.
09/06/2010
kck kck
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Originally posted by ScottA
My instructions noted that using soap could degrade the material, and Fleshlight only recommends thorough rinsing and optional powdering.
Aha! You're absolutely right. He's such a bimbo. I'll let him know
09/06/2010
Kayla Kayla
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Originally posted by ScottA
My instructions noted that using soap could degrade the material, and Fleshlight only recommends thorough rinsing and optional powdering.
The soap is what makes it gummy - soap breaks down Superskin. The powder helps it feel soft and not sticky, but doesn't cause non-gummy. If your guys really wants to feel it's clean, Fleshlight does sell as spray-on cleaner that doesn't hurt the material. However, rinsing thoroughly with hot water seems to do great.
09/06/2010
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