Dusting it?

tom fay tom fay
Mr. Right
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do your just use corn flour? or something else more expensive? does it mattter?
03/13/2012
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jprince jprince
what are you talking about
03/13/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Mr. Right is silicone, not cyberskin or anything like that, so it doesn't need to be dusted.
03/13/2012
Jul!a Jul!a
I use corn starch on our Fleshlight, so that's what I'd recommend if you dust it at all. But like Rin says, that one is silicone and doesn't need to be dusted.
03/13/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
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Originally posted by Jul!a
I use corn starch on our Fleshlight, so that's what I'd recommend if you dust it at all. But like Rin says, that one is silicone and doesn't need to be dusted.
Some of the reviews do suggest cornstarch if the user wants to enhance the lifelike feel, so that should work.

I've actually got one on its way to me. I'll have to see how it does both with and without dusting.
03/13/2012
jmex83 jmex83
My wife and I have used cornstarch or the "dust" body powders that are sold on EF. Either or works fine for us.
03/24/2012
jmex83 jmex83
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Originally posted by jmex83
My wife and I have used cornstarch or the "dust" body powders that are sold on EF. Either or works fine for us.
I should add that I am not sure how the edible body powders work for "infections" or those that have issues with certain products around their genitals. My wife doesn't have any issues, but others might.
03/24/2012
tom fay tom fay
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
I use corn starch on our Fleshlight, so that's what I'd recommend if you dust it at all. But like Rin says, that one is silicone and doesn't need to be dusted.
MIND BLOWEN. Thats awesome, i always get annoyed with my packer getting sticky. Thanks for the comment!
03/27/2012
tom fay tom fay
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Originally posted by jmex83
I should add that I am not sure how the edible body powders work for "infections" or those that have issues with certain products around their genitals. My wife doesn't have any issues, but others might.
sweet, I dont think my partner is sensitive to anything.
03/27/2012
SizeQueenAndProud SizeQueenAndProud
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Originally posted by tom fay
do your just use corn flour? or something else more expensive? does it mattter?
I used corn starch. It helps in keeping the toy less sticky than I find it can get when it is wet.
04/09/2012
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
weird...I have never heard of this before
04/09/2012
biologicalmachine biologicalmachine
Quote:
Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
Some of the reviews do suggest cornstarch if the user wants to enhance the lifelike feel, so that should work.

I've actually got one on its way to me. I'll have to see how it does both with and without dusting.
Any word on how it did?
04/24/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
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Originally posted by biologicalmachine
Any word on how it did?
You know, I never got around to it. I'm not actually into packing, and got a Mr. Right for a project that never came to fruition, so it's just been sitting it its box. I'll report back later if I can actually find any cornstarch in my house.
04/24/2012
booyahshaka91 booyahshaka91
use cornstarch
07/18/2012
Checkmate Checkmate
Cornstarch user here.
07/19/2012
curiousnwilling curiousnwilling
I'm a bit confused. What is dusting and when would one do it and why?
07/20/2012
Experiment Experiment
I'm so glad plain old cornstarch works. I'm such a cheapskate.
07/20/2012
deae04 deae04
Quote:
Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
You know, I never got around to it. I'm not actually into packing, and got a Mr. Right for a project that never came to fruition, so it's just been sitting it its box. I'll report back later if I can actually find any cornstarch in my house.
Can we have it?
07/25/2012
EzB EzB
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Originally posted by curiousnwilling
I'm a bit confused. What is dusting and when would one do it and why?
Basically it's putting some kind of powder (like cornstarch or maybe flour?) on a toy to help it be less sticky. I've seen recommendations that you do it after washing or before you wear the packer. It's just to make it feel more like skin and less like sticky rubbery material.
08/02/2012
needapacker needapacker
Quote:
Originally posted by tom fay
do your just use corn flour? or something else more expensive? does it mattter?
I dont think you have to dust the mr. right, but if you do you could use either corn starch or baby powder
11/19/2012
Mediumsizedman Mediumsizedman
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Originally posted by needapacker
I dont think you have to dust the mr. right, but if you do you could use either corn starch or baby powder
I wouldn't use baby powder unless it's proven to be talc free. I've always heard that having talc near your genitals is bad. I always just stick to corn starch to be on the safe side, though the Mr. Right shouldn't need to be dusted.
12/11/2012
Mediumsizedman Mediumsizedman
Quote:
Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
You know, I never got around to it. I'm not actually into packing, and got a Mr. Right for a project that never came to fruition, so it's just been sitting it its box. I'll report back later if I can actually find any cornstarch in my house.
Gimme!
12/11/2012
fizzygato fizzygato
It ideally doesn't need to be dusted with anything, but I personally feel that, if I take mine straight out of water or anything, it will retain moisture even after a brief pat-down dry, or if I leave it alone for quite a while it may develop an oily-ness at its base (by base I mean flat-backing side) and at times leave an oil stain on whatever it was it was sitting on (i.e. paper)

Soooo, while it ideally should not need dusting, I feel as though a dusting would benefit it, yeah. (I personally have never dusted mine.) I've heard of corn starch being most popular for dusting. Once I've read of a "mixture of flour and medical powder" being used, on FTM Mall.

I sometimes worry about yeast infections, so I don't dust for that reason, although I honestly have no idea what causes yeast infections. I sometimes jut figure corn starch and flour seem yeast-y, soo...

Maybe baby powder could work also
12/25/2012
Kiss Kiss
I'll have to keep an eye on this thread-a lot of good info!
01/02/2013
Amber Sweet Amber Sweet
I usually just dust with cornstarch on the toys that need/require it. I picked up that tip from all the awesome reviewers here on Eden.
01/17/2013
KimberlyFDR KimberlyFDR
I've been brushing mine with corn starch after every cleaning, which makes it velvety smooth and has cut down on the amount of lint that builds up on it during use.
05/18/2013
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