having problems with your RoP tubing?

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"having problems with your RoP tubing?"
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if so, i have some solutions to help the RoP stay on (this is if your too busy to buy some more tubing or something.....or you can try it otherwise):

1) Go buy an Microtouch shaver and shave the area where the RoP goes, at the base, around the testicles, anywhere the tubing is placed. The microtouch is the size of a pen, its extremely effective on cutting pubic hair, and there is NO PAIN what so ever, very sensitive. Go get it at WalMart or something for like $10-$15.

2) after you shave the area, put some lotion over the shaved area of your unit. This will obviously prevent dry skin, it will help with the zinc and copper contact, and it will help your worn out RoP tubing stay on a little better

3) GO BUY MORE LATEX TUBING!!!! Now i understand if your busy and such but if and when you pass a hardware store or something like Lowe's, go buy some. Its like 2 feet of it for like $1.50. The price is probably way less then that, but im just telling ya its cheap.

hope this info helps ya out.
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I need to go buy some more tubing this weekend. Mine keep on popping off of the zinc/copper rods .
 
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I found putting a little superglue on the insides of the tubes bofore sliding them on makes them stay put. When my tubes first started coming off I tried using tape but this took up more of the contact areas and left a sticky residue after the tape was removed. The superglue works great because even though you'd think it would rip the latex off if you tried to remove it, it comes off pretty easily and cleanly.
 
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Uh-Oh said:
The superglue works great because even though you'd think it would rip the latex off if you tried to remove it, it comes off pretty easily and cleanly.
whats the point of the superglue then? I bought like 5 feet of it all at once, already on my third pair of tubing, I think I just take it of to much cause of itching or whatever
 

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