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Whips

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whips

Leather whips:

Are you prepared to curb bad behavior? If so, your leather whip is just a tool for pure punishment. Of course, depending on the style of the whip, a common construction includes a wrist loop, a handle, a thong, a fall, and a cracker. If properly cared for, your whip can last a lifetime.

Because of the severe nature of the leather whip, it is critical to master your aim before proceeding any further.

Here are a few guidelines for using your whip with the most effect:

  • Always begin by warming up.
  • Stay with the buttocks, thighs, or upper back.
  • Your first whip should not be over four feet long.
  • Take good care of your whip: Use antibacterial soap and warm water to clean (never submerge your whip in water as it will absorb the moisture, damaging the material and affecting its rigidity)
  • Try an antibacterial toy cleaner or alcohol wipes for a quick clean.
  • Conditioning your leather whip is important since a dry whip loses its strength.
  • Don’t saturate your whip in oil or treatments, because this may damage it.
  • It’s best to keep your whip in a cold and dry area.
  • A shot-loaded whip should not be bent excessively, since this might damage the sack that holds the shot.

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