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njdev1l068 njdev1l068
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Can anyone tell me about temp. play? How cold or hot should they be and also what toys are best for temp. play? Any recommendations for me also?
12/09/2010
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Stainless is the best material for temp play with glass coming in second. Stainless keeps the temp longer.

As far as hot goes, test on the inside of your elbow. You don't want to burn your ass. You have to do other things with it, ya know? As far as cold, as long as the temp of the toy in not like 20 deg or lower, have at it. As long as you use some good lube there should be no problems with the toy sticking to you.

I find that cold does not work as good as warm for anal play but it is fun. The ass tends to "clinch" up with cold temps.

Have fun.
12/09/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Dwtim's advice is good. Out temperature play is anti-seasonal. My wife likes the cool temps in the summer and warm in the winter. But we don't do ice - there is enough temp difference between a 70 degree room temp and her 100 degree vuvla to get plenty of chill from the experience. For warm we do use a heating pad - and you've got to be careful not to let it get too hot.

Good luck.
12/11/2010
Mr. & Mrs. Peg Mr. & Mrs. Peg
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Can anyone tell me about temp. play? How cold or hot should they be and also what toys are best for temp. play? Any recommendations for me also?
@njdev1l068...when playing with temperature its easier to keep things warm than to keep them cold. Mrs. Peg hates being cold so warm toys are a must. Once warmed it holds its temp well and only cools to body temp. When playing on the chilly side, it slowly warms to body temperature.

Glass holds well. We have not played with steel (looking forward to giving it a try!). Silicone is also a decent alternative, but the extremes are not as noticeable as with glass.
12/17/2010
pleasurehunter pleasurehunter
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Originally posted by njdev1l068
Can anyone tell me about temp. play? How cold or hot should they be and also what toys are best for temp. play? Any recommendations for me also?
i've been curious about that myself but i'm too scared to try
11/01/2011
InvisibleGardener InvisibleGardener
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Originally posted by njdev1l068
Can anyone tell me about temp. play? How cold or hot should they be and also what toys are best for temp. play? Any recommendations for me also?
Temperature play is awesome, and really easy to do with glass toys, using water or your refrigerator.
11/25/2011
freda freda
Temperature play is awesome
01/25/2012
In Between Soliloquies In Between Soliloquies
I've had some great results with warm temperature on a glass g-spot wand. There's no "sticking" effect with glass (or at least it's substantially minimized).
01/25/2012
Nkev Nkev
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Stainless is the best material for temp play with glass coming in second. Stainless keeps the temp longer.

As far as hot goes, test on the inside of your elbow. You don't want to burn your ass. You have to do other things with it, ya ... More
definitely just saved this information on my word processor! thank you!
02/01/2012
Spilock Spilock
I would probably avoid temperature play for anal, or at least large temperature differences away from body temperature. Using something too cool can cause cramps there, while the sensitivity of the rectum can make burns even worse.
02/01/2012
Brandonn Brandonn
You need to gradually change the temperature to find your limits.
02/03/2012
abbylover abbylover
heating pad ill have to try that
04/12/2012
ScottA ScottA
I use only water to do the temperature modification. I like them warm, and so I use water that's warm but not so warm that I can't drink it through a straw or put my wrist on (101-103F).

For cold the issue would be possible frostbite. You could probably go down to ice water temps, but I wouldn't put it in the freezer or go colder than that.
04/12/2012
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