PERVERTIBLE 3: Electric Toothbrush

Bzzzzzzzzzz.

Oh yeah, baby. We all know you’ve thought about getting off with an electric toothbrush. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

Pros
Cheap ($5-15)
Easily accessible
Inconspicuous (that is, nobody will know you’re getting off with it)
Easy to clean
Waterproof
Multi-purpose…..ha!

Cons
Not very powerful, only provides a mild sensation
Loud!

Tips for Usage
-Use the back (or front, if you’re into it!) of the brush and hold gently over your clit. Trying moving it around and alternating pressure patterns.

-If the base shape is right, you could alternate clitoral with vaginal stimulation by enveloping it 2-3 inches. Don’t expect vibration at the base — it’s more like a dildo than a vibrator. I would also advise not to insert the base if there are any seams. See how mine is smooth and round for 3 inches on the bottom before the seam?

This is perfect if you wanna test the waters. Don’t get crazy though, because seams harbor bacteria.

-Do not insert the brush head into the vagina. Not only will it likely be painful, those bristles are a breeding ground for bacteria.

-Yes, you *can* use the brush for both teeth and clit. It’s not for everyone, but if you’re going to, I would advise using only the BACK of the brush head. Because it’s plastic, it’s easier to clean and easier to stay sanitary. The back of the brush head is what will most likely feel the best any way.

-Clean well with hot water and soap (use a soap that won’t leave residue) when you’re done!



Finding the Right Brush

When you’re buying your multi-use brush (if you don’t already have one) pay attention to the brush head and the battery compartment at the bottom. Look for a wider brush head for more surface area. If you want to use the base at all for insertion–and you definitely don’t have to–find one with a seam that’s high up on the toothbrush and a rounded bottom. In my experience, electric toothbrushes are all loud, even the very expensive ones, so there’s not much of a way around that.

Here’s the one shown in the picture: Oral B CrossAction
Here’s another I’ve owned. The base isn’t ideal, but the vibrations from the brush head are more intense: Crest SpinBrush

Been there, done that? Share your tips or experiences below. Happy exploring ;D

Great tip below from Jeremy: “The best way is to remove the bristles and put a dab of silicone sealant where they were. Interchangeable heads. One your teeth, one for fun.”