Welcome to the Hot Gay Deals owners manual for the world’s number one sex toy for men, the Fleshjack. We’re big fans of Fleshjack, we use it all the time and are happy to share our advice on not only buying your own Fleshjack but getting the most out of using and caring for it. If you’re looking for advice on buying a Fleshjack, we wrote our very own Fleshjack Buyers Guide, but if you’re already convinced then make sure you check out the latest Fleshjack promotion or sale.
The first time you use your Fleshjack you’ll want to make sure you’ve removed any extra packaging placed inside the inner canal (put there to make sure the superskin canal doesn’t get stuck together in transit).
When you’re ready to play, remove the sleeve from the case and warm it up by running it under the warm water tap allowing water through the sleeve for about 5 minutes. You can also soak your Fleshjack for a few minutes. If necessary, drain the water and repeat the process with new warm water. (Just don’t boil or microwave your sleeve, it’ll ruin the sleeve). Shake off the water and put the sleeve back in the case. Another piece of advice, if the Fleshjack still feels too cold to you, then next time try warming the lube by placing the bottle in the sink/tub at the same time as the sleeve.
If you become a regular Fleshjack user, you might want to consider picking up your own Sleeve warmer, designed by Fleshjack to quickly warm the sleeve to the perfect temperature. Read more about the Sleeve Warmer
You can control the suction of the sleeve around your member by adjusting the tightness of the cap at the bottom of the case. Now apply a good amount of water-based lube down the Fleshjack canal and of course yourself. The Fleshjack is now ready for play.
Note: Fleshjack recommends the use of only water-based lubricants. Oil-based, Peteroleum-based, or Silicone based lubricants should never be used since they will slowly destroy the Fleshjack superskin sleeve.
A question asked a lot concerns uncut men, so if you happen to be uncircumcised theres no limitation with using the Fleshjack. That said they recommend using a little more lube for a smoother experience. The advice from Fleshjack is that uncut men tend to prefer the Original Fleshjack product because it is completely smooth and therefore foreskin has nothing to get caught on. It’s argued that the movement of the foreskin on the penis head is actually more sexually arousing than textures and requires less manual stimulation. Some uncut men have suggested the use of bands/rings or even a condom to keep the foreskin pulled tightly back. This, of course, is simply a personal preference – the use of a condom is never required.
Now once you have your Fleshjack warmed and lubed with, say it with me, a water-based lubricant, you’re ready for the action.
At this point you are going to want to be hard enough to insert yourself into the sleeve. That taken care of, inserting is fairly easy to do, and you’ll find it simple to get on with getting off.
Should you find that you’re climaxing too quickly you should give the Endurance Jack a try. Designed to help make the experience last longer, Endurance Jack is also recommended to help users increase sexual stamina, improve performance and techniques, and heighten and intensify orgasms. Endurance Jack is available in two models, Jack Ass and Pure.
After you’re done
TL/DR: Clean your Fleshjack! Remove the sleeve, run warm water through it and leave it to air dry before returning it to its’ case.
Simply rinse your Fleshjack sleeve with warm water from your sink and allow time for it to dry before placing back inside the case. Now this is important, Fleshjack recommends that you do NOT use soap to clean your sleeve. For tough cleaning, they suggest using a little rubbing alcohol (also known as isopropyl, it’s available in the first aid section at Walgreens, CVS or any pharmacy). To maintain that soft feel, sprinkle a liberal amount of corn starch on the sleeve and shake off the excess powder. Fleshjack recommends you don’t use of talcum or baby powder. One reason, if you powder an Ice Fleshjack with anything other than corn starch will cause it to cloud over. Fleshjack sells their own Fleshlight Renewing Powder which you can purchase with their Fleshwash cleaning product.
Question: My sleeve has developed black spots, what do I do?
According to Fleshjack, this can occasionally occur when the sleeves have been stored in non-ventilated places while still wet; which is an important reason to make sure you let your sleeve dry properly. Simply use a good amount of rubbing alcohol to clean the sleeve. However in some cases you may need to replace your Fleshjack.