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How to Get the Best from your Vibrator:

Lube Up

When using any adult pleasure product that vibrates, lubrication is essential. During arousal, the vagina naturally produces secretions, with the amount varying from woman to woman.
To make the experience comfortable, especially to start with, always use a quality personal lubricant.

As with all sex toys for women made with ‘Silicone’, always use a water based lubricant. Silicone lubes are fine to use with adult pleasure products, vibrators made from rubber, plastics, stainless steel, glass or anything but silicone.
Look for personal lubricants that are thick, more gel like because it won’t be absorbed through your skin as quick, reducing the need to reapply during sessions lasting longer than a few minutes.

Enhance the Experience

Most vibrators are powerful and are touching a sensitive spot, so start slow and if you do find anything uncomfortable, apply more lube or use one of the specially formulated sexual enhancers which will increase your arousal level, producing more of your own natural secretions.
Enhancers are also ideal to use during intercourse too, but be warned, a little goes a long way, with many women experiencing squirting during orgasm after application.

Hygiene Is Important

Before you start applying lubes, knowing where these sex toys for women go, hygiene is important to prevent the spread of bacteria.
Apply one of the antibacterial sex toy cleaners that don’t contain alcohol you’ll also find for sale online. Do not use hand sanitisers that contain alcohol, unless the toy is made from stainless steel or glass. Now you’re ready to play!

Once you’re finished, cleaning your vibrator is as easy as washing them with warm, soapy water before applying your antibacterial sex toy cleaner again. Lastly, dry (air drying is best) then store away in a dark, dust free, dry place ready for the next time you’d like to play with your favourite adult sex toy.
Note too: Any product made with silicone should be individually wrapped and not come into contact with another silicone surface to avoid damage.