Intensity: cleaning + sealing the gap at the base of shaft

Intensity: cleaning + sealing the gap at the base of shaft

catgirl9 catgirl9
First off, not sure where to put this topic, so please move if needed.

On the Jopen Intensity, you know at the base of the shaft where there's that sort of gap where it connects to the base? When I'm cleaning the Intensity, I'm super careful about not getting water anywhere near that part, but it made me wonder something today. What do you guys think about modding it with a bit of silicone sealant, just around that seam/gap?

I know, it sounds really weird. I don't insert it up to that point anyways. My thinking is that it would just be a protectant on that one part of the Intensity. Not even a lot of silicone, but just enough to seal that gap. I'm not looking to make it waterproof, just a bit easier to clean.

Thoughts?
08/13/2012
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Gracie Gracie
I wouldn't do that to mine. I just run a soapy finger around that part then rinse it carefully. I think it isn't waterproof because of the opening at the base of the controls where it takes in air to expand the shaft. I have been washing mine this way since the end of January with no trouble.
08/13/2012
catgirl9 catgirl9
Yeah I figured that's why it wasn't waterproof, but then I saw that gap and figured that was probably another area of concern. Have you ever gotten water in that little gap/seam part?
08/14/2012
Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
I would think that maybe it can cause it to overheat if you put cover any gaps. I don't know.
08/15/2012
Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
I would think that maybe it can cause it to overheat if you put cover any gaps. I don't know.
08/15/2012
Undecided Undecided
If the toy has a warranty or still within the 60 days of EF's return policy I wouldn't modify it! If something goes wrong with it then you are left with a high priced toy that you can't get replaced.
08/15/2012
Gracie Gracie
Quote:
Originally posted by catgirl9
Yeah I figured that's why it wasn't waterproof, but then I saw that gap and figured that was probably another area of concern. Have you ever gotten water in that little gap/seam part?
No I have never gotten any water inside, nor any condensation. The longer I have had it the less careful I am with it. It took me a while to trust that it is sturdier than it looks. Now I care more about making sure it is clean than worring I might break it. I also spritz it with 10% bleach and water solution after I wash it.
08/15/2012
catgirl9 catgirl9
^ That's good to hear, really. Okay, no mods being done.
08/17/2012
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