How to Repair a Silicone or TPE Sex Doll

Love dolls have advanced from the blowup versions to the more realistic and life-like ones that are made from either silicone or thermoplastic elastomer.

Emulating the feel and texture of human skin, silicone or TPE sex dolls are selling like hotcakes. What seemed to be creepy back in the ‘balloon’ sex dolls era is slowly becoming the norm.

More and more people are buying sex dolls either for solo entertainment or to augment the sexual lives of some couples.

In Japan, for example, some men seem to be more inclined to buy a sex doll rather than marry a woman made of flesh. Sex dolls don’t nag and are always ready for some good old’ love makin’.

But unlike their live counterparts who can self-heal, sex dolls are prone to wear and tear. It doesn’t matter how careful you may be, as long as you use your sex doll regularly, it will soon develop some wound or tear.

The tear can be on the orifices or other parts of the sex doll. When that happens, you need to repair the tear as soon as possible or risk making it worse beyond repair.

Silicone and TPE Sex Dolls

But before you repair your sex doll, you need to know and understand the material it’s made from. Although both silicone and TPE can be formulated to make its texture and firmness feel like real human skin, each one is molded differently00 from the other.

Silicone is a synthetic resin wherein the polymers are formed and joined by chemical bonds which permanently hardens after a single heat application.

TPE, on the other hand, is also a synthetic resin but it turns to plastic when heated then hardens when cooled, without the plastic chemistry changing.

The properties of the silicone and TPE materials described above can dictate how the doll is repaired. Silicone is more resistant to heat and is stronger but is not recyclable and re-moldable.

TPE can be molded quickly and repeatedly but can warp or melt under high temperatures and repeated or sustained stress.

Repairing the Wound or Tear on Your Sex Doll

When the inevitable happens, and your favorite sex doll gets a wound or a tear during one of your hot and sizzling sessions, you need to repair it as soon as possible. Letting the injury remain will only make it worse.

Either silicone or TPE doesn’t repair itself, unlike human skin and flesh. The small wound now can get large beyond repair after some time. There are similarities and differences in how tears are repaired on silicone or TPE sex dolls.

Usually, your sex doll comes with a repair kit that is good for ‘first aid’ repairs so you can prevent the wound from getting larger. That’s why you should keep the kit as soon as you get your sex doll. You are going to need it eventually.

#1 Cleaning Your Sex Doll

This is the very first essential step, but its importance can’t be too stressed. Just like working with a wound or a break on human skin, you must first clean the surface.

Dust and debris during the repair might reduce the effectiveness of the repair material or glue being used. Check the surface around the tear that you need to repair.

Remove all hair, dust, thread, or anything that shouldn’t be there in the first place. Clean the surface using warm water and ordinary soap.

Don’t use harsh soaps, or you may risk damaging the material. After cleaning, let it dry naturally. Don’t wipe it. The friction might make the wound larger. Never ever use a hair dryer! The heat will worsen the damage significantly.

#2 Prepare Everything Beforehand

Repairing a silicone or TPE tear is akin to doing surgery on human skin. Everything you need must be prepared before you even start the repair process.

Leaving an open wound for too long will result in blood loss and infection. With sex dolls, you’ll be working with glue and so waiting for too long is not advisable.

Use a clean surface or table to work on and put on a pair of gloves to protect your hands.

#3 Applying the Glue

Now that you have a clean surface on and around the tear, you can now begin applying the glue. Remember that both silicone and TPE sex dolls require different types of glues.

Each kind of glue is formulated to work on a particular material. That’s why keeping the repair kit that comes with the dolls is essential.

If you need to buy glue from a third party, make sure that it is for the material of your sex doll. Using the applicator that comes with the repair kit, put on just enough glue to cover the surfaces that are to be stuck together.

When it comes to applying glue, less is more. Using too much adhesive can ruin the surrounding area and make it feel unnatural. The glue melts the material for it to be bound again. Excess glue can cause more damage.

Once you have put on the glue, wipe the excess using the same applicator. If you don’t have an applicator, a toothpick should be fine.

When the excess glue has been removed, apply pressure on the surface that is being bound using the glue, by pinching on it. The glue sets fast so you should act quickly.

#4 Leave the Doll to Rest

Again, like its human counterpart, you must give time for the repair process to be effective. Allow the glue to dry for a few hours. Don’t move the damaged surface too much during the drying period.

When the wound has healed, and the glue has dried, remember that the damaged area will never be as good as new again. It will be weaker than the other parts. Keep this in mind when you play with your sex doll.

Wrapping it Up

Your sex doll can last a long time if you care for it properly. Don’t bee to adventurous. You’re dealing with a synthetic material here. Not something living that can heal itself.

Also, once a tear shows up, repair it as soon as possible. A small wound can become large in a short time.

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