Lint-free strap-on dildo

Contributor: Missmarc Missmarc
Hi guys, my bf and I have been looking for a dildo to be used with our strap-on. We bought the bend-over beginner kit. The dildos that came with the kit were pretty much lint rollers. I've gone through other more expensive dildo reviews on the site, most of them have review calling them lint magnet. Is there a good one that you would recommend we can buy that's non-porous, body-safe and lint free? Please advice!
10/25/2011
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Contributor: Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
The only material I can think of that's non-porous, body-safe, and frequently harness-compatible is silicone - a lint magnet. Glass often has the correct shape (long with a flared base), but I imagine it's probably nigh-impossible to use with a harness, never mind that it's hard enough that harness play could result in bruises.

I'm stumped. If I do a refined search on "strap-on dildos," the materials immediately become limited to linty silicone... or jelly, rubber, and skin-like - all porous materials. There's one made of elastomer, but that's still somewhat porous.
10/25/2011
Contributor: Ghost Ghost
Why would glass be impossible to strap on? If you have a good harness that is sturdy and fits well, it shouldn't be a problem. You just have to be more careful with your thrusting.
10/26/2011
Contributor: Missmarc Missmarc
I guess i will have to deal with silicone for now.
10/26/2011
Contributor: Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
Why would glass be impossible to strap on? If you have a good harness that is sturdy and fits well, it shouldn't be a problem. You just have to be more careful with your thrusting.
I was thinking of the weight of the glass making it hard to keep it steady, as well as there being possible difficulty actually getting it into the harness because it's so solid. I don't have any personal harness experience, so I'll have to take your word that it wouldn't be impossible.
10/26/2011