Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I care for and clean my toy?

    Congrats on your newly purchased toy! Before enjoying it further, do make sure to disinfect it properly by washing it with water and soap. Even if it is new, your sex toy is not sterile, so do keep in mind this important step. Before soaking it in water, do check if the particular toy is waterproof.

    Clean your sex toy before and after every use to prevent bacteria from collecting. Use a mild unscented soap and hot water and make sure to air dry it on a clean surface. Store it in a dry clean place. 

    With toys made of latex rubber use only water or silicon-based lubricants. Do not use oil-based lubricants as they will degrade the latex. 

  • Do cuffs come in pairs?

    Yes, all ankle or/and wrist cuffs are sold in sets of two unless otherwise noted in the product description.

  • How electro sex stimulation gear is used?

    Electro-sex toys stimulate the nerve endings with electrical pulses for a sensational, much deeper and more satisfying experience. It is possible to achieve a “hands-free orgasm” with some of the devices in the market, as these products do the “hard work for you”. There is a lot of information online about how to use your electrical gear. Do get in touch for a full consultation on the best devices we recommend based on your personal preference.

  • How to know what cock ring size I need?

    A cock ring should fit snugly for maximal effectiveness. To check for the diameter cock ring that you should wear, measure the distance around the penis and balls (behind the scrotum, at the base) and divide by 3.1.

  • What dildos should I use with a harness?

    You need a dildo that has a flared base or a flared top. You basically wouldn't want the dildo to slip out of the retaining ring on the harness. We have several models of dildos that work perfectly in a harness, check here and here.

  • What lube should I use?

    Lubricants are generally split into three types: water-based, oil-based, and silicon-based. A rule to remember is that "like dissolves like" and so, we can't use silicon-based lubes on silicon products or oil-based lubricants on oil-based items. So for instance, using an oil-based lube on a latex condom will weaken it and it could cause microscopic damage to its structure, making it less efficient and not offering good protection from viruses or pregnancy. 

    The same for silicon toys, such as dildos and butt plugs - do not use silicon lube as it will damage the toy. 

    Always read the label of the lubricant and know the material your toy is made of. It is oil-based if it contents petroleum. And it is silicon-based if it has ingredients such as cyclomethicone, simethicone, or dimethicone. Or, to play it safe, just use water-based lubricants.