Silicone float and storage. Do not place your doll while you are away, as the pressure on the silicone will crack over time. When not in use, keep them in a neutral position with your arms by your sides, your legs together, and your body straight. However, it’s safe to let the silicone doll stand and lean it against a wall (a corner of the room works well) to keep it from falling.
If your doll has standing feet and is standing, make sure the soles of the feet are in full contact with the ground (not just the heels or soles). Silicone is soft and may flatten and wrinkle if you sit or lie on a hard surface for long periods of time. Make sure the doll is lying or sitting on a soft surface (the softer the better) to avoid flattening and wrinkling. Another solution is to use coat hooks or hanging kits to hang them.
Never pull the love doll with your hands or feet. Always use the “bear hug” or “arm hug” technique to move your doll safely. Keep them out of direct sunlight. Protect your lashes. They are very fragile and may fall off. If they come off, you can carefully reattach them using regular superglue.
Use only recommended products to care for your doll to avoid damaging it. We hope you find this information useful and that you develop a lasting relationship with your doll! Please do not apply excessive force to your hands and fingers. Be especially careful not to apply too much force to the area where your hand touches your thumb. If one limb is stiffer than the other, flex the stiff joint as much as possible to relax it to the same level as the other joints.