Temperature-play with glass

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Temperature-play with glass

agabby agabby
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What is the safe/best ways to heat or cool glass toys? Where is the best place to "test" the temperature before playing with the toy sexually?
03/08/2011
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
I just use hot or cold tap water. You could use some ice for the cold side if you like. Just remember not to go from hot to cold (or vice-versa) to fast as this could cause it to break.

The best place to test it is the inside of your elbow/arm/wrist. The big concern is hot as you do not want to burn those sensitive bits, ya know? For cold, as long as you are using lube, there should be no problem with it sticking to your wet bit's if it is freezing cold. Honestly, that cold is to much for me. I like just using a glass of cold tap water with a few ice cubes.

Have fun.
03/08/2011
agabby agabby
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I just use hot or cold tap water. You could use some ice for the cold side if you like. Just remember not to go from hot to cold (or vice-versa) to fast as this could cause it to break.

The best place to test it is the inside of your ...
Thanks! I didn't think of the water...for some reason I pictured baking my toy in the oven...kind of weird, kind of funny (but very dangerous).

I'm not a fan of the cold temperature (that's why I haven't invested in glass toys)but I really like warm sensations (every try hot candle wax? I did...too hot...but you never know I guess until you try!)
04/19/2011
Alice.C Alice.C
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I just use hot or cold tap water. You could use some ice for the cold side if you like. Just remember not to go from hot to cold (or vice-versa) to fast as this could cause it to break.

The best place to test it is the inside of your ...
I'll be keeping these tips in mind, thanks!
06/07/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
put the glass in a bowl of hot or cold water. it should warm up/ cool down safely that way. don't do extreme temp changes tho!
06/11/2011
kelaaa33wish kelaaa33wish
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I just use hot or cold tap water. You could use some ice for the cold side if you like. Just remember not to go from hot to cold (or vice-versa) to fast as this could cause it to break.

The best place to test it is the inside of your ...
That is what I do to, hot or cold tap water with ice cubes.
06/11/2011
indiglo indiglo
I agree, warm or cold tap water works great, and is generally very safe! Sometimes, I'll even just stick it under my leg for a little while to get it just up to body temp.
06/11/2011
stlouisxxx stlouisxxx
I run my glass toys under hot of cold water.
As far as the heat from the wax, look at candles that are very soft as they have a lower melting temp than hard candles. It also depends on the height the wax is dripped from. In the stores we will push the wax with our fingers & if it gives we know it is safe for waxing purposes, & the feeling of the wax hitting the skin is awesome.
06/19/2011
Rain. Rain.
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Originally posted by stlouisxxx
I run my glass toys under hot of cold water.
As far as the heat from the wax, look at candles that are very soft as they have a lower melting temp than hard candles. It also depends on the height the wax is dripped from. In the stores we will push ...
Good idea. I honestly had never thought of playing with candle wax but now I'm interested.
07/03/2011
Cherry21 Cherry21
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Originally posted by agabby
Thanks! I didn't think of the water...for some reason I pictured baking my toy in the oven...kind of weird, kind of funny (but very dangerous).



I'm not a fan of the cold temperature (that's why I haven't invested in ...
they have cool-touch candles now. I think one on here is named B'Warm.
12/05/2011
Rawhide Rawhide
If you don't have access to water or don't want to use it for whatever reason, you can also try wrapping the toy in a heating pad or a (liquid core) cooling pad. Test it on the inside of your forearm/elbow.
12/05/2011
Nkev Nkev
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Originally posted by agabby
What is the safe/best ways to heat or cool glass toys? Where is the best place to "test" the temperature before playing with the toy sexually?
awesome thread thanks for the info everyone!
02/01/2012
StephanieTaylor StephanieTaylor
You can use water and just test the temps to find what's comfortable for you
12/04/2012
Petite Cannibal Petite Cannibal
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Originally posted by agabby
What is the safe/best ways to heat or cool glass toys? Where is the best place to "test" the temperature before playing with the toy sexually?
Hot or cold water. I would not recommend microwaving it... xD
01/14/2013
SassySam SassySam
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I just use hot or cold tap water. You could use some ice for the cold side if you like. Just remember not to go from hot to cold (or vice-versa) to fast as this could cause it to break.

The best place to test it is the inside of your ...
very good advice, thank you.
02/04/2013
SassySam SassySam
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
I just use hot or cold tap water. You could use some ice for the cold side if you like. Just remember not to go from hot to cold (or vice-versa) to fast as this could cause it to break.

The best place to test it is the inside of your ...
very good advice, thank you.
02/04/2013
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Warm or cool water are more than enough - genitals are delicate - don't go overboard!
02/04/2013
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