• How to discreetly dispose of your dildo

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    How to discreetly dispose of your dildo

    I know this problem all too well. It’s difficult to throw your dildo out without marching it to your local dump with it held aloft like the Statue of Liberty’s torch. But fret not, there is an easy alternative...


    Unfortunately Lovehoney's Rabbit Amnesty will only recycle your WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) so non-vibrating dildos need DIY disposal.

    You can hack your beloved dong up into tiny pieces before popping it into the recycling bin or rubbish bag to prevent it being identified. I recommend a hack saw for the job. Slice it into thin lengths or circular rounds just like you do with carrots. If you’re especially fearful of midnight bin raids, you can dispose of a different section each week.

    If it’s made of latex rubber, stick it in the compost bin. Latex is biodegradable and won’t affect your compost in any negative way. If you’re not comfortable with letting your sex toys do their thing, pop them into an old container and cover with cooking oil. It’ll gradually dissolve your latex dong, leaving just a puddle where your proud 10-incher once stood.

    Comments (2)

    • Sex Nerd Sandra: August 09, 2011 08:38
      I always wonder about this sort of thing. Most of my toys are silicone, plastic or elastomer. Any tips around recycling these types of toys?
    • Hella: August 09, 2011 10:58
      Our Rabbit Amnesty - www.lovehoney.co.uk/rabbit-amnesty/ - recycles any sex toy with electronic components.

      Lots of recycling plants in the UK recycle rubbers which includes silicone. The best way to find out is to call your local recycling centre or check their website to find out what services they offer. You can then take your toys down to the recycling plant and place them in the requisite bins without raising any suspicions.

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