how to stop dildos from tasting rubbery

I know what it’s like to buy a dildo to spice up the bedroom and end up with a rubbery tasting one. Just the idea of it is enough to make me shudder. It’s like being force-fed a tube of old rubber. Yuck! But luckily there are measures you can take to avoid this awful experience.

First of all, you need to check the application of the material. Because as soon as you purchase something made of rubber, make sure it says it’s phthalate-free. Phthalates are chemicals that used to be added to some materials to make them more pliable and able to maintain shape. They were often added to plastics like rubber, and when not handled correctly, can have a nasty, rubbery taste.

Another thing to look for is the manufacturer. For the best quality, look for companies that have been in the sex toy business for a few years. Not only do they craft better dildos, but they’ll also include instructions on how to keep your toy free from phthalates and other contaminants.

If you’re ordering from an online sex dolls toy shop, always double check their safety policies and try to buy something that’s been cleared by the FDA. Also pay close attention to reviews when looking for a dildo. That will tell you a lot about the quality and taste you can expect to get.

When it comes to cleaning, keep all cleaning supplies and routine maintenance at the ready. That means using a specially formulated sex toy cleaner — which will clean the surface without changing the taste — and make sure to sanitize any and all dildos before and after use.

But, of course, the best way to make sure you don’t get a rubbery taste when using your dildo is to do some taste testing first. That means buying a few different types to see which one works best for you.

And finally, keep things interesting. Nothing dampens the mood like a rubbery taste, which is why it’s important to switch things up a bit. Get creative and try something new, or buy a new toy every now and then to keep things fresh and exciting.

Now that you have the basics done, let’s expand on a few topics to make sure you’re ready in case this rubbery taste ever shows up again.

First, it’s important to choose the right lubricant. Oils and petroleum jelly will degrade rubber, so opt for a phthalate-free silicone-based lubricant instead. Silicone-based lubricants also won’t leave behind a residue that can contribute to the rubbery taste.

Make sure to also store your dildo in a cool, dry place. As rubber becomes more brittle with age, it can absorb the odors and flavors from other things in its environment, which can give it a rubbery taste. It’s a good idea to buy a separate storage container from the one it comes in. That way, you won’t have to worry about any outside odors getting in.

It’s also worth mentioning that not all dildos are made from rubber. Silicone is a great alternative and is a safer, non-porous material that won’t degrade over time, so it won’t give off that foul-tasting rubber smell and taste.

Additionally, keep on top of regular maintenance and don’t use toys that are too soft or too hard. Harder plastic or silicone toys can last much longer than softer ones, so it’s worth buying something that’s sturdy enough to hold up for a few years.

Now let’s review the different kinds of materials used in dildos that won’t leave your mouth tasting rubbery.

A few different materials are safe for this such as metal, glass, acrylic, or stone. These materials will not absorb odors and flavor and will never transfer a rubbery taste. You may want to do some research when choosing a dildo as these materials are a bit more expensive, but in the end it will be worth it to avoid that unpleasant aftertaste.

When it comes to silicone dildos, make sure you’re buying from a trusted vendor to ensure you’re getting a quality product. Not all silicone is created equal, and a low-grade silicone can develop a rubbery taste.

Finally, don’t forget to wash your dildo with warm water and a mild soap. Don’t use harsh detergents as they can degrade the dildo’s surface faster and will contribute to a rubbery flavor.

Once you’ve gone through these steps, you can rest assured that your dildo won’t be leaving behind a rubbery taste.