The best silicone for your DIY sex toys. The only type of silicone safe for penetration is platinum cure silicone and the most popular supplier amongst indie sex toy makers is Smooth-On. Now, Smooth-On makes all sorts of silicones that are unsafe for sex, so make sure you double-check before investing in buckets of it.
Casting a DIY dildo starts with the right equipment and materials. If you’re making a silicone mold, that means using a sulfur-free sculpting compound, like Monster Makers’ Clay or PRIMA Plastilina. Sulfur interferes with the silicone curing process, and we don’t want that. A clean and smooth work surface is preferred, of course.
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Silicone dildos are very soft and can be realistic, or come in a variety of colors: pink, purple, rainbow, black & white. Silicone is very realistic feeling, and is the sensible and sexy choice for safe, non-toxic, non-porous dildos.
I think I may actually be able to help here, in my atempts to make dildos I accidentally made a cock-sleeve. By making of a model of what would be the empty space in the middle, I can pour the silicone around that to make a silicone sleeve with a hollow center.
Since silicone dildos are in high demand, Lovehoney decided to dedicate a majority of its resources on manufacturing new sex toys that are entirely silicone based. A Lovehoney bestseller is the Lovehoney Curved Silicone Suction Cup Dildo 7-Inch, and you can buy it for less than $30, which is unheard of when it comes to a 100% silicone dildo.
Alix Shedd Feb 10, 2005. This is a perfect my-first-silicone-casting project for those who are incensed by the high price of dildos (on average $60-$100). Upon completion, you will have a high-quality silicone dildo that will put that scarf you knitted to shame.
Using a lubricant is also necessary. For this, the best lube to use is silicone or water-based lube. One of the most used water-based lubricants by masturbators is the Lovehoney Enjoy Water-Based Lubricant. You can use this with a silicone dildo or any alternative dildo you may think of. Handle of a Brush
Making dildos doesn't take any particular skill beyond a knack for 3-dimensional artwork (and I mean "artwork" in a very loose sense). The equipment isn't too expensive and you don't need a dedicated workshop, but don't expect to get your security deposit back after basting your carpet in liquid silicone.
I first saw this how-to on making silicone dildos, but the suggestion that one use silicone caulking seemed a bit sketchy, and a bit more searching around seemed to confirm that silicone caulking is probably not great for putting in your body. The clay model and latex mold method seems unproblematic, but I could be wrong.