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Test Lab Area => DIY Area => Topic started by: zamentor on September 27, 2013, 11:55:39 PM

Title: Chemical modification
Post by: zamentor on September 27, 2013, 11:55:39 PM
Warning! High risk, high reward. If you deviate from these instructions you WILL destroy your Meiki. If you follow these instructions you will create a mind-blowing pussy that you will want to marry and keep forever.

From your local pharmacy or drug store, buy a bottle of Acetone nail polish remover.
Clean and dry your Meiki
Pour a small quantity of acetone into the Meiki.
Hold the Meiki upright to prevent spillage and massage or palpitate the Meiki for no more than 30 seconds.
Pour out the acetate, flush and wash the Meiki thoroughly with soap and water several times.
The result is nothing short of spectacular.
Repeat as necessary to create an interior to suite your taste.
Title: Re: Chemical modification
Post by: HardGay on September 30, 2013, 02:08:25 PM
what does it do to the interior??? does it eat it like acid or grow another G-spot?? :P  I'm kind of scared to try this w/o a heads up notice of what would happen
Title: Re: Chemical modification
Post by: zamentor on October 02, 2013, 01:07:19 AM
The interior changes to a very ribbed and corrugated surface, but it still remains very soft and voluptuous. The acetate seems to melt the silicone in an uneven manner. This creates ribs and valleys in unpredictable ways.

I have now transformed 2 Meikis using this technique, and I'm very happy with the end result. In case you are experimenting, I'd suggest using the acetate for just 10 seconds, then flush and wash several times thoroughly. If you like the way the transformation is going, you can always perform the procedure again until you get the desired inner surface.
Title: Re: Chemical modification
Post by: HardGay on October 02, 2013, 08:42:30 AM
Thanks for the clarification, going to have to test this out in the future~
Title: Re: Chemical modification
Post by: zamentor on October 25, 2015, 12:36:56 AM
Update to the procedure: I found that by turning the toy inside out, I have much more control over the process. I place a few tablespoons of nail polish remover (must contain acetone) into a glass or porcelain bowl which you can find in most kitchens. Then swirl the inverted toy around in the acetate as if you were stirring a cup of coffee.  You can then see the wrinkles develop and decide when you want to halt the process.

Wash and rinse several times with  soap and water - finish off with rubbing alcohol to remove the acetone smell, and voila! Meiki 2.0!
Title: Re: Chemical modification
Post by: Zeke on November 20, 2015, 02:48:50 AM
Hmm, i'm gonna give this one a try! Thanks for the tip!
Title: Re: Chemical modification
Post by: bngfan on February 19, 2019, 12:25:46 AM
I tried this on a few toys. 

It almost immediately starts to melt and evaporate at the same time leaving fleshy ribbing.  It worked best on toys of a single layer type, the softer the better.

It makes it feel amazing to the point of almost finishing upon full insertion, it's that good.   I recommend.    Highly.

A)You've got to have pure acetone
B) Use it judiciously as it will weaken your toy.