How To Make An Ice Dildo

It’s time to get a bit crafty! Home made ice dildos are a quick and easy way to cool down even the most hot and bothered lover, and they’re quite fun to make as well. You probably already have all the items needed to make this ice sex toy, and in a few hours you’ll have an ice dildo to use on your awaiting partner. Here’s the tools you’ll need and the steps to take in order to make your own ice dildo.

ice dildoYou’ll need:

-          The cardboard tube from a paper towel roll

-          A condom – unlubricated will be best, but if you do use a lubricated one, get one without any flavoring or spermicide

-          Tape

-          Scissors

-          A freezer with enough room to stand up the paper towel roll

Start by deciding how thick you want your dildo to be. If you want it as large as the inner space in the paper towel roll, you can leave the roll as is. If you want it narrower, cut a slit down the side of the roll, and ‘re-roll’ it into a tube with a narrower diameter. Tape the cut ends into place to hold the shape.

Take your condom out of its wrapper, and unroll the condom. Slip it inside the tube, with the top of the condom rolled over the sides. You want it so that there’s a good inch or so holding onto the top of the tube to prevent it from falling back into the tube when the condom is filled. If your condom starts to slip down, use some tape to keep it in place.

Fill the condom with tap water. Now, if you’re looking for your ice dildo to be as clear as possible, boiling the water will remove most of the dissolved air in the water, which makes the cloudy appearance you see in ice. Of course, let the water cool down before pouring it into your condom. Otherwise, just stick it under the faucet and and fill it up.

Set your tube-tape-condom-water apparatus into the freezer, making sure that it will keep upright during the whole freezing process. Wait a few hours for your water filled condom to freeze.

There is some care you need to take when using ice condoms. Be sure to run your new ice dildo under cold water when you first use it. This will prevent the ice from freezing to your skin. If you are using your ice dildo internally, be sure that there is a layer of water between you and the dildo.

If you feel like taking it to the next level, adding texture to the inside of your cut tube before taping it up and adding the condom will create texture on the sides of the ice dildo. Try something bumpy like bubble wrap for a studded style. Thick yarn or rope taped to the sides will result in a ribbed appearance to your ice dildo.