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TheNuTz TheNuTz
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Any idea if you can warm these and if so can they get so hot to burn?
07/18/2011
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Dusk Dusk
You can heat it up by placing it under hot water. You might be able to run it under boiling water and it could burn if you use it straight away, but it won't be able to get that hot otherwise.
07/18/2011
Eucaly Eucaly
Pretty much all glass toys can be warmed, potentially to burning levels.

Use hot water that your hand can stand the touch of to prevent burns.
07/18/2011
potstickers potstickers
Don't forget to never microwave toys. They can get hot spots. One part of the toy might be relatively cool, while another part is enough to cause a burn. Don't risk that and just try running it under warm water.
07/18/2011
Wild Orchid Wild Orchid
Use a bowl of warm water, preferably plastic so nothing chips. That way you can re-heat once the warmth dissipates. Running a toy under a tap seems wasteful, but it could be just high prices in here talking.
07/19/2011
honeybee7484 honeybee7484
Quote:
Originally posted by TheNuTz
Any idea if you can warm these and if so can they get so hot to burn?
Yes you can warm them and they can get hot enough to burn. But it's pretty easy to avoid burns. I like might pretty warm but I always wait a few minutes after I take it out of the water just to be sure it's not too hot.
07/20/2011
Pinkhare Pinkhare
thanks for the review
09/19/2011
sexplorative sexplorative
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Originally posted by TheNuTz
Any idea if you can warm these and if so can they get so hot to burn?
We usually just fill the sink or a plastic bowl with water that's about as warm as we'd like for a bath and then just let it sit for 15-30 minutes. I'd recommend using a plastic bowl set somewhere safe, just to be extra sure to avoid chipping or cracks.
11/22/2011
Love Perpetua Love Perpetua
Yes, glass can get really hot! Run it under hot water, and then test it on your hand, and then the inside of your wrist to make sure it won't burn you.
11/23/2011
Missmarc Missmarc
Either run it under hot water, or to save water, fill up a bowl just large enough with very hot water and place the toy inside. Take it out every few minutes to see what temperature you like and test it first - don't burn yourself!
11/23/2011
kz916 kz916
thanks
12/08/2011
Lavender420 Lavender420
Yes, pretty much any glass toy can be heated and it's very pleasurable
12/11/2011
Forever17 Forever17
this is beautiful!
01/14/2012
Badass Badass
yes is can burn you! its glass! you would probably just wanna run it under hot water to get it warm
01/17/2012
sweetpea12 sweetpea12
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Originally posted by TheNuTz
Any idea if you can warm these and if so can they get so hot to burn?
I usually get some boiling water in a glass and then rest the toy inside the glass. I let it sit for a little while, take it out, and then let it cool off a little bit before using. Otherwise it's not hot enough and it's just a waste of time. Just be careful it's not too hot
01/22/2012
AndromedaJane AndromedaJane
Yes. Be careful.
01/27/2012
Lizzy Lizzy
You can warm them, and chill them
02/02/2012
Slag Slag
Which sensation feels best? Hot or cold?
02/12/2012
its just me its just me
I am pretty sure you can heat it up. and looks pretty strong to hold up to tough use.
05/04/2012
Whisper21 Whisper21
If you are careful not to use water that is or recently was boiling you should be fine. Test the glass against something sensitive first, like your forearm or inner thighs. Be careful!
06/11/2012
LaSchwartz LaSchwartz
Yeah i use hot water but be careful not to go from ice cold to hot it could crack.
06/11/2012
sexy711 sexy711
Yes to both your questions
12/12/2012
sexytileena / absolutely love sex sexytileena / absolutely love sex
yes. yes.
12/12/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
Test it on the inside of your wrist before trying to insert it, to make sure it won't hurt your sensitive parts.
12/13/2012
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by Slag
Which sensation feels best? Hot or cold?
I prefer the warmth, it almost makes it feel less rigid. After all, there's a reason the expression is 'warmed up'...
01/11/2013
butts butts
Most glass toys are made from the same grade glass as Pyrex (the measuring cups and baking pans), you can heat them VERY hot. In fact, I doubt there's anything in your kitchen or bathroom that could possibly melt it.
01/11/2013
shorejen9 shorejen9
As far which is better its really personal preference. For me, it depends on my mood.
01/11/2013
Pia Jouet Pia Jouet
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Originally posted by TheNuTz
Any idea if you can warm these and if so can they get so hot to burn?
Yes of course. As others have said, a bowl of warm water heats up glass toys nicely. They also feel lovely with a chill on them. Temperature play is fun!
02/07/2013
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