11-27-2012, 02:31 PM
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I clean my gelding's sheath about every 3 months. I don't know ow it gets so dirty, but he's always got a ton of smegma. And he never gives me any problem, long as I don't try to flake the smegma off while it's dry. I use cotton wash cloths and soak them in warm water with dawn dish soap, then I put them into his retracted sheath as far as they'll go, and let them soak there until I wash the rest of his body. When I pull them out, I them use one to finish washing the area, and that's all there is to it. It's tedious and takes a lot of time and you have to be gentle so you don't hurt his sensitive area. But if you own a stallion you don't have to clean the sheath as long as he's exposed to mares.