Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Texas Hill Coutry
well a subject not mentioned much-- sheath care, a necessary job that's needs to be done right-- I use plane old ivory bar soap, and warm water at first the boys did alot of hopping around( a millon years ago) now they just fall asleep- I have 3 geildings and they all get their willies washed every coulple of months- not so much in the winter. I have a younger geilding that was not going to have anything to do with that willie washing stuff- but after he was corrected a few times for hopping around he got the ideal and stood still - (very braced) but he is now like the rest and falls asleep- I also wear playtex rubber gloves during this event-- If the willie is really bad and crusty then I would use baby oil at first just to soften the stuff up a bit but I don't think I would use baby oil all of the time and I certainly would wipe off with a clean towel. Iam thinking that baby oil would add to the dirt and gunke already their. Good luck and stay safe.
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