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Most battery-powered vibrators are made to be inserted in the vagina. If you find that smooth plastic types aren't comfortable, you may want to explore the variety of dildo materials that are now available to satisfy your tastes. Jelly rubber, silicone, or skin-like materials like Cyberskin or UR3 can completely change how a vibrator feels. Lubricants can greatly enhance your experience, making your vibrator easier to use and more pleasurable. If you're concerned about hygiene or clean up, you can cover the vibrator with a condom. In any case, washing your vibrator with soap and warm water, or using a commercial toy-cleaner, is a good idea before and after using any sex toy.
If you have an electric (plug-in) vibrator, you will probably need to purchase attachments designed for vaginal insertion. The standard heads and attachments that come with most of these vibrators are either too large or not the right shape for insertion. Attachments available from sex toy retailers will fit your model of vibrator and are designed to be inserted vaginally and to stimulate the G-spot.
Tip: Use caution when inserting a small bullet or egg vibrator into your vagina, as it may be difficult to get it out. If you end up pulling on the wires of a vibrator repeatedly to retrieve it from your vagina, eventually they will come off. A better method is to place the vibrator inside a condom and push it into the vagina, leaving the open end of the condom outside the vagina. To remove the vibrator when you're done, just tug on the condom and pull the whole thing out.
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