There are a few possible ways in which you can make your own homemade prostate massager. The main idea is to make a piece that has a curved tip and a flared base to provide anchorage and safety. Though it is doable, most of the time they are not worth it as it bypasses a lot of safety protocols.
I bet you‘ve had about the amazing Super-O and have decided that you want to get a piece of what that release feels like…
Probably, you may also be facing some financial limitations preventing you from getting one through the shops. Or maybe, you’ve made your order and already know how to achieve prostate orgasm and can’t wait anymore.
Well, here are 5 ways that you could improvise and make yourself a DIY prostate massager.
But, let me remind you that this is NOT the safest way to get one as it may result in injury or breakdown during use.
I’d advise you to get tried and tested p-massagers that go for as low as $10!
Dangers & Safety Precautions
Well, how do we tell if our creative DIY inventions are getting unsafe for our continued butt use?
And that is the real scare with most homemade sex toys. We as individuals can’t always guarantee the sturdiness or durability of these things.
This is mainly because most of the time it just involves slapping together a little bit of everything at our disposal.
And we also rarely give deep thought to it provided they give us the end result.
What we don’t know is that piecing together some of these parts or components may result in harmful reactions (e.g. rusting).
This is again made worse if we use materials that aren’t medically approved for human use. This may inflict or worsen an injury to the user’s anal cavity.
A very true observation when it comes to the case of homemade butt plugs…
Simply put, we are constantly treading on very dangerous grounds. From the majority of people’s opinions and experiences, it is widely agreed that DIYing one is a great risk.
So, if your main concern is discreetness or privacy, then I’d advise that you check out Shevibe or Lovehoney.
You can make your order from there and receive your industry-approved and safe-to-use package discreetly.
Another detail that you should pay attention to is the base structure of your homemade plug. It is imperative that your design includes a safety feature.
This should prevent the toy from breaking or accidentally getting lost inside your ass. To achieve this, you’ll need to incorporate a steady crosspiece or flange around the base.
But still, I reiterate that you should just go on and buy one. You can get butt plugs that are as cheap as $10, buddy. The risk is just NOT worth it.
And it is either that, or you end up in ER rooms, lying on your stomach. All the while trying to “explain” how a fruit broke and got stuck in your butthole. Yet you never do groceries :/
“As someone who works in emergency medicine – I’ve seen too many incidents of patients with various things lodged in their rectum from DIY anal plugs or unconventional anal toys in general…Source: Reddit, JxKrovyu.
Please, unless you’re a skilled glass or metal worker, just invest in a proper implement, less than 20 USD even at most shops.
you can find cheaply priced silicon plugs on Amazon, or AliExpress (mind the reviews) that are legitimate, quality silicon. (There’s even glass or stainless steel options for decent prices)”
#1 If You’re Good At Glassblowing or Woodworking
This only works if you’ve got the required equipment to mould either wood or glass into the stipulated body-design.
The goal is to create plugs with curved tips and ensure some level of safety by coating the wood. This will at least block the pores and minimize bacteria retention.
Now, again, make sure you have the right plan for body design. It is important for easy insertion and holding with the hands.
Better still, it’d be great if you could get your hands on quality proofing gear. This would be handy in ensuring that your creation at least won’t kill you 🙂
On the other hand, the type of glass needed would be a tough duty and hard-to-break. This is vital in preventing fissures from constant angling that could otherwise pinch if the glass broke.
And to put a lid on it…
Make sure you cut your coat according to your length! Meaning – get your internal length correct to give your final product correct dimensions.
It will help you reach your p-spot more accurately. It will also help prevent you from inserting overwhelming sizes that could end up giving you more pain than pleasure.
#2 Use Clone-A-Willy
This is the easiest way to make your own silicone penis mould.
The trick here lies in timing. You have to work simultaneously to make sure you mix your mould, get a boner, and place your peen inside for two minutes.
This could get easier if you had a partner who could help you with the mould as you focus on making yourself erect.
All in all, a cock ring could help you with your erection. Wearing it behind your testicles ensures it does not deviate much from the real penis.
The figure below illustrates how you could add a base:
- After cutting the extra tube, save the cut-up upper length of the mould holder.
- Mould your peen as directed.
- Once it dries, piece back the cut-up length on top, with enough length for the base.
- After you mix up the silicone, pour it in as instructed making sure you fill-up the extra length taped on top.
And there goes one bad Willy ready for swingin’.
To give you a clearer detail, you can watch this short tutorial video below.
#3 Get a cheap prostate massager instead!
As I said a couple of while ago, DIYing yourself a homemade prostate massager is not the smartest move. That’s if you include the risk factor and the short term period in which you’re able to use them before breaking down.
In other words, you may choose the hard way and keep fiddling with tools in your garage. Or you may decide to cut your losses and just get yourself a SAFE, cheap, but working p-massager!
And to help you with a few great options… I recommend Lovehoney Booty Buddy ($10 – 15) as a #1 alternative. It’s medically approved for human use and ships in a discreet package.
As for #2, I’d point you towards the Apollo Curved Prostate Probe ($10.99) that serves you just as well and also ships discreetly.
Lastly, at #3, you may also check out the Cloud 9 Silicone Curved G-Spot Massager ($15.99). Contrary to what its name dictates, you can also use this toy to give yourself a good anal stimulation.
#4 Household Items You Can Use
Here are a few household items you can also modify to give you a short term solution:
A. Electric Toothbrush
These come ready-made with vibrations. You might only want to ensure that you get a waterproofed one. Otherwise, you’ll get miniature lightning bolts inside your anus!
Also, don’t use the end with the actual brush… You’ll bleed buddy… Real bad.
This fruit is widely used as a penis substitute most of the time. After cleaning, wrap it in a condom and you’re set.
You should take extra care NOT to pick a ripe one. This is because the anal sphincters can mash them up and cause quite a mess.
You can also use spoons to pick your butt. Provided they have a well-rounded off handle on one end.
Ideally, I suggest other materials (glass, stainless steel, hard plastic, etc) over wooden models. This is because wooden surfaces have micro-pores that collect and harbor bacteria when used anally.
This may cause a bad infection if reused in your body again.
Candles also have the phallic shape that’s important for any insertable toy.
The only advantage they have over the rest is their flexibility. This gives your anal walls an easier time but still, you have to take care not to break them.
Otherwise, you’ll have to walk with a wick hanging out your butt.
#5 Ask your partner to help out
This is pretty straight forward. If you have your partner around, then you can go back to the mighty finger!
A little bit not-so-creative, I know. But if you get an experienced navigator, then you could leak cum every time he/she initiates a come-hither motion over your p-spot.
Worth mentioning, it’s important to observe hygiene during this kind of prostate stimulation.
And to achieve that, you may slip on a condom over your hands before fingering. Also, make sure your fingernails are clipped down to prevent tearing the condom or soft anal tissue.
Making yourself a homemade prostate massager is not rocket science… though not the safest bet.
Getting your DIY design to have a curved tip and flared base is the key to getting something primal. This is easier achieved if you’re skilled in woodwork or glassblowing.
But if you take into consideration all the risks and hassles involved with these models, you’ll find that buying one is more appropriate.
You can get butt plugs that are both CHEAP ($10 – 20) and SAFE to use.
I hope this has helped answer questions you might have had over making a DIY prostate massager!
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Till next time… Ciao!