Jelly dildos

Jelly dildos

angeliclust angeliclust
I'd like to know before I purchase one if these can be refrigerated for more enjoyment?
08/06/2013
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08/06/2013
Ansley Ansley
Sure, if that's what you're into but changes in temperature are going to cause the toy to degrade much more quickly. Extreme heat and extreme cold is never advisable for jelly toys.
08/06/2013
angeliclust angeliclust
What is the best for that? I don't really want the glass ones so any suggestions?
08/06/2013
Ansley Ansley
Quote:
Originally posted by angeliclust
What is the best for that? I don't really want the glass ones so any suggestions?
Silicone! Most hold heat and cold quite well, but glass is going to be the superior material for temperature play (unless you go stainless steel, that is).
08/06/2013
angeliclust angeliclust
Quote:
Originally posted by Ansley
Silicone! Most hold heat and cold quite well, but glass is going to be the superior material for temperature play (unless you go stainless steel, that is).
Thanks!
08/06/2013
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