How to incorporate temperature play
Sensation play using temperature can bring a whole new dimension to your sex life. Part of the beauty of glass pleasure objects is that they can be safely warmed up, or cooled down in a way that other sex toy materials can’t. Once done, your glass dildo will hold and maintain the new temperature. Changing the temperature allows you to enjoy additional thrills as the difference will enliven sensitive sexual nerves in the area, potentially leading to a more intense experience.
How to warm them up
To heat up your glass dildo, first let it adjust to room temperature. While it’s doing that fill a bowl or pan with hot, not boiling, water from the tap. Submerge your glass sex toy in the water for roughly 10 minutes, or a shorter time if you don’t want it to be really hot.
Pour some of the water out and leave it for a moment before carefully removing it. Test the temperature on your arm first to ensure it’s not too hot. No one wants any nasty accidents, so if it is still warmer than you want it, leave it on a clean towel to cool slightly. Don't be tempted to put it into cold water straight away to cool it down which could shatter the glass.
How to cool them down
For cooling, you can either follow the same method as warming up your glass sex toy, but fill the container with cold water or ice. Again, leave the glass dildo in there for 10 minutes or so. Remove the sex toy and test that it’s not too cold. It’s still possible to get chill burns from cool items.
Alternatively, you can leave your glass sex toy in the fridge, or blast it in the freezer. Make sure that the shelf or draw is clean otherwise you’ll only have to wash it before using it, which will ruin the temperature effect you’ve just created. Some people like to put it in a zip-lock bag beforehand to be on the safe side.
Avoid extreme temperature changes
Whether you want it hot or cold, the trick is to increase, or decrease the temperature gradually by adding more cold or warm water. Don't ever take the toy from freezing cold into boiling hot water or vice versa, as this could shatter the glass.