Taking the Plunge: Can Sex Dolls Be Used in Water or Bath?

When it comes to exploring the versatility of your companions from SexDollPlus, you might find yourself wondering, "Can the dolls be used in water or bath?" The simple answer is yes - but with some precautions. Let's delve into this question further, providing you with a clearer understanding of how to safely enjoy your sex doll in water.

Water-Resistant, Not Waterproof

Our dolls are designed with water-resistant materials such as Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) and Silicone, both of which can be safely submerged in water for short periods of time. This means that you can indeed bring your doll into the bath or shower for an added layer of fun and excitement.

However, it's important to understand that while our dolls are water-resistant, they are not waterproof. Their bodies contain a metal skeleton and joints that can potentially rust if exposed to water for long periods. Also, the head, especially the doll's eyes and eyelashes, can be damaged by water and should be kept dry as much as possible.

Proper Care After Water Exposure

After using your doll in water, it is crucial to dry her off thoroughly. Make sure no water remains in any of the crevices or orifices to prevent any potential damage or mould growth. We recommend using absorbent towels and a hairdryer set to a cool temperature to ensure your doll is completely dry.

Exploring New Dimensions

Using your doll in water opens up a whole new world of intimate scenarios you can explore. From steamy sessions in the shower to sensual soaks in the tub, your sex doll can accompany you on a variety of aquatic adventures.

Before you dive in, make sure you understand the proper care and precautions needed to maintain the longevity of your doll. Remember, while our dolls are designed to fulfill your every fantasy, taking care of them is crucial to ensure they can continue providing you with pleasure for years to come.

Ready for some aquatic adventures? Explore our range of dolls today and begin your journey of water-bound exploration!

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