Onahole, Pocket Pussy, Masturbator & Male Stroker Repair

How do you fix a ripped pocket pussy, or a torn masturbator? As explained in the ‘Onahole, Pocket Pussy, Masturbator Buyers Guide’. All of the above mentioned names are just different names for the same type of sex toy. They are all words for a sex toy that you put your penis in, and they are also made from the same material, which is TPE.

This repair guide will work for all of them including boob sex toys

When you squeeze, pull or press Busty Aichan and Quty Tits too hard, sometimes Skin gets separated at where 2 skins meet. I will show you how to fix this. Please note that this instruction works to repair masturbators as well.

But why does it happen? It's because both Busty Aichan and Qut Tits use the Yawachichi Process. A soft gel is being wrapped up by Succubus Skin. After the gel is wrapped, skin gets closed so that the gel does not pop out. I guess it's similar to breast augmentation. And just like everything else, the joint or connected area is the weakest point. Under normal usage, there shouldn't be any problem. But when too much tension is applied, the joint breaks.

On Busty Aichan, the joint of skin is located at the back side and is almost invisible. On Quty Tits, the joint of skin is located at the side, close to the base, and you can kind of tell where it is.

Please see the photos below. I will explain how to fix it step by step. What you will need is a soldering iron. 

These are photos of Quty Tits, but you can use the same technique to fix Busty Aichan or a Onahole.

When skin gets separated, you will see something like this. In the photo above, the huge separation was purposely made so that you can see it clearly. Normally, you will see a much smaller separation. And the smaller the separation, the easier it is to fix it.

Things you will need:

  1. Soldering Iron (Heated spoon or other heated metal can be used as well.)
  2. Wet towel
  3. Baby powder

If you can get a soldering iron with a temperature adjuster, that would work perfect. Set the temperature to 280 to 300 F (140-150 celsius).

If your soldering iron does not have a temperature adjuster, use the wet towel to adjust the temperature. Soldering irons without temperature adjuster are much hotter than 300 F.

Use the side of the soldering iron. When the soldering iron gets too hot, the skin melts right away. Try to adjust the temperature so that it is low, making the skin melt slowly. Move the soldering iron sideways along the tear as the skin melts. 

The skin will get torn again when pulled while it's hot. Leave it alone for a while until the skin is completely cool.

Soldered skin is sticky. Apply baby poweder to remove the stickiness.

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