There’s a lot of preparation and research you need to do when buying and installing a sex swing. If you’re reading this though, then congratulations! You got through the tough part, now you can ha...Read More
Looking After Sex Swings
A sex swing can be a massive investment, and not something you’re going to want to replace in a hurry. So to get the most out of your swing, you need to care for it properly.
This means you need to take care every time you assemble or disassemble it, store it properly, and clean it regularly. In this article we’ll tell you everything you need to know to keep your swing in tip top condition.
Cleaning a Sex Swing
Just like any other sex toys, you should clean your sex swing after every single use. Forgetting or just leaving it means that any bacteria that comes from yours or your partner’s body is left on the swing, and will multiply over time. This might not sound like a big deal, but it’s definitely something you want to avoid.
Similarly, it’s always a great idea to give your swing a quick clean before you use it too. If you leave your swing out, then it can have dust build up on it, and if you have any pets or children then who knows what bacteria has been building up on it.
If you don’t clean your swing, then you’re always at risk of being infected by this bacteria when you use it. This could lead to rashes, yeast infections, or STIs. A simple clean can help you avoid all these problems, and keep having a great time with your swing.
As a lot of the parts of a sex swing are often made of fabric, cleaning these parts can be a complete breeze. Gather them all up, throw them in a laundry bag, and put them on a low heat in the washing machine. Then you can dry them in the tumble dryer, or just hang them outside.
Any leather or metal parts can be wiped down with a warm, soapy cloth. Make sure to get into any small gaps and thoroughly clean every part of the swing.
Storing Your Sex Swings
If you aren’t brazen enough to leave your swing out for all to see, or you don’t have enough room to leave it up all the time, then you’re going to need somewhere to keep your swing.
Luckily, most manufacturers build them with this in mind, and they will fold up quite easily. Any parts that don’t fold will usually be detachable.
To keep it from being damaged while in storage, it’s a good idea to find a suitable box or bag to keep the swing in. Sometimes the box it came in will suffice, but these are usually cardboard and over time will break down. A plastic or metal case will last much longer, and survive any impacts that could damage it’s precious contents.
If you use a stand with a sex swing, this will also have to be taken apart. Most of them will come in several parts, so shouldn’t be too difficult to disassemble. Be sure to keep an eye on any screws or bolts you remove regularly, as these may wear out over time.
If you’re lucky, then your stand might fold down, meaning you don’t have to take it apart and instead just need to find a closet to keep it safe.
Keeping The Area Around Your Swing Clean
A common problem that many people will run into when they start using a sex swing, is not that the swing itself gets dirty, but the area around it. It’s easy to overlook this, as you would only usually think that the swing itself gets messy.
When you really get into it though, bodily fluids can start flowing a bit more freely than you thought they would, and things might end up getting more dirty than you thought they would.
In particular, the area underneath the swing will commonly build up with sweat and other bodily fluids. The best way to avoid this is to simply use some towels or plastic sheeting under the swing to catch any mess.
With these simple steps, it’s easy to keep things clean so you can get “dirty” the way you want to!