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Tips And Tricks - Chastity Hygiene

Before you decide to get into this kink, know that hygiene is paramount, and it requires daily maintenance –no ifs, and, or buts. This is to avoid excess odor, bathroom residue, and infections.

 

 

 DAILY CLEANING

If you’re only going to be wearing it for a few hours or a day, make sure you thoroughly clean the cage (and yourself) after play with warm water and soap. Dry it well and store it properly in a bag or box etc.

If you and your partner are planning on getting into long-term chastity play, you’ll have to learn how to tend to your daily washing, while wearing it.

It’s a warm, damp area and we don’t want any bacteria setting up camp.

Use warm water and soap (anti-bacterial if you want) to wash everywhere – in all nooks and crannies. This might be tricky for the men that are uncircumcised, but you just have to learn your toy and find a way.

HELPFUL TIP:Some people recommend using cotton swabs (Q-tips) to get into hard-to-reach parts or through the shaft. Don’t forget the surrounding crotch area. 

After washing, you have to dry things completely! No exceptions. Try a fan or a hairdryer on cool setting. When that’s done, you’re good to go. 

WEEKLY CLEANING AND INSPECTION

If you’re going to be wearing your cage for more than a few days, you’ll have to have a special day where you take off your cage(supervised or unsupervised is up to your Dom) and have an extra squeaky-clean washing. 

Also, use this time to inspect your body. Make sure there are no cuts, scrapes, irritations, etc.

Don’t forget to dry.

Avoid mildew, bacteria, and buildup on your sex toys... 

 

PEEING

Peeing won’t be a normal event if you’re wearing a cage. First, most men find it WAY easier (and cleaner) to sit down. Also, if you got a cage that doesn’t fit well, you might end up with waterworks that will decorate the bathroom stall.

Also, take an extra minute to dry things off with some toilet paper.

VENTILATION

If it’s just for the day or weekend, you don’t need to worry about this as much. However, if you’re going to go for longer than that, make sure you buy a toy that is NOT completely closed.

Part of good hygiene and all-around safety is making sure the toy has some form of ventilation – a hole at the end of the toy or holes/gaps all around it.

SLEEPING 

In general, if you got a decently fitting cage, your nighttime erections shouldn’t bother you (save a slight amount of discomfort). If you wake up with significant discomfort or pain, take the cage off immediately, inspect yourself, and don’t wear it again.

TRIMMING

Stay on top of your pubic hair growth. Keep things trimmed short in order to avoid any pinching or pulling.

 

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