The Beginner’s Clone a Willy Guide

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Looking to try something a little different? A Clone-A-Willy kit certainly breaks the mould!

Whether you’re looking to replicate your partner’s penis for solo fun or create something sexy and edible, this kit is a popular make-and-do project with couples all over the world. For couples in a long-distance relationship, a portable penis can be the perfect gift for lonesome pleasure sessions to keep the clone’s owner front and centre in their lover’s mind. For others, the process of making the vibrator is a fun, yet intimate and erotic experience to share with your partner.

Included in the Kit

The kit comes with (nearly) everything you need to reproduce your partner’s penis; a moulding tube, moulding powder, a stir stick, silicone mix, and a thermometer (to ensure your water is the right temperature for moulding). Then depending which kit you choose, you’ll have a mini-vibrator or chocolate drops.

Created by chemists, the ingredients used in Clone-A-Willy kits adhere to the highest of standards and both the mould and completed dildo are 100% body-safe.  It is phthalate free, non-porous, and when mixed, is a completely stable molecule that will not degrade, deform, or leach chemicals.

Like anything else you put in your vagina or ass, pay attention to what your body is telling you – and stop using it if you feel any irritation or discomfort.
To make your willy, you’ll also need a pen, a pair of scissors, some mixing bowls, a measuring cup, and a timer or stopwatch.

How to Clone your Willy

Before you begin, make sure all your ingredients and tools are to hand. Have everything open, ready, and prepared. The initial stages can be a bit messy, so you might want to do this in the bathroom or over hard surfaces like hardwood or tile.

The first step is to create the mould.

1. Get a boner. Using a Cock Ring (£4.95, kinky.co.uk) or Power Pump (£22.99, kinky.co.uk) will ensure you maintain your boner throughout the mould making process.

2. Align the erect penis against plastic tube (not inside the tube) – with the closed end against the pubic bone. Measure where the penis ends, and mark a line there.

3. Cut the tube at the line.

4. Measure the amount of warm water needed. The instructions will tell you how much water and the temperature it should be. The kit comes with a thermometer to help you.

5. Start your timer or stopwatch. You only have two minutes to put the erect penis into the moulding mix once you start the next step. Make sure you’re both ready to go!

6. Mix the moulding powder with the water for 60 seconds. It will appear a little lumpy.

7. Pour the mixture into the cut moulding tube. Use as much of the moulding mixture as possible.

8. Insert the penis. The key is to do this as quickly as possible and keep the tube in line with the boner, even if that means that the tube is basically upside down. To prevent it all from falling out, put the opening of the tube as close to your body as possible to prevent any spillages.

9. Keep the penis in there for two minutes. It’s okay if you don’t have a boner for the full two minutes you’re in there – but try to maintain it for as long as possible. Make sure that the mould is solidified before gently removing the penis.

10. Let the mould sit for a minimum of four hours before proceeding to the next step.

The next step involves making the dildo itself. If you have opted for the Clone-A-Willy Chocolate Kit (£27.99, kinky.co.uk), melt the chocolate drops into the mould and leave to set.

If you choose the Clone-A-Willy Glow in the Dark Kit (£29.99, kinky.co.uk) or the Clone-A-Willy Jet Black Kit (£29.99, kinky.co.uk), simply pour the platinum-cure silicone in the mould, add the vibrator at the base, let it sit for 24 hours, and then remove your penis clone!

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