FRK Enema for anal play...

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  1. theaznfunk

    theaznfunk B-boy fanatic

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    Hey my gf has been thinking about doing an enema before we do some anal play one of these days. I'm wondering what exactly an enema entails, what's the proper method, and if those anal douche enemas do the same thing. Any tips/suggestions?
     
  2. Sophie

    Sophie New Member

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    Yes!
    They are totally the best thing ever when you are just starting out. And lots of people find them fun even when not for "Cleaning reasons"
    Technically there is no "proper" method.
    I mean. You can buy them at any chemist (Drug Store? For all you Americans) and they are just a little bladder and a tube with a nozzle.
    But you can pretty much use anything, as long as it can be squeezed to force water out. Just fill it with lukewarm water and as long as it has a slight nozzle, just insert it and squeezing all the water in. You leave it in for as long as she feels comfortable and then she just has to go to the bathroom and let it out.
    You can do this over and over untill she reaches the level of "Clean" she is after.
    You can look on the internet and find all sorts of interesting little recipes like milk, honey, coffee even.
    But water works fine. You'll learn what temperature you like. I generally wouldn't suggest COLD or boiling for obvious reasons.
    If you are going to use a make shift one, make sure it is CLEAN. And there is no evidence of what used to be in there; Chemicals etc.
    As for the douche ones. If you are talking about the little rubber ball attatched to the squirter nozzle, I can't see there being much difference except not holding as much water.
    I might have missed something...
    But that's about it!
    Have fun!
     
  3. ally

    ally awh kittah

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    Brown sugar and tap water.

    Thats what they use in one of the hospitals i've worked in. :bigok:
     
  4. Wolf

    Wolf No one plans to take the path that brings you lowe

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    Don't use the magnesium sulfate ones (Fleet).
    They'll give you cramps. :down:
     
  5. Sophie

    Sophie New Member

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    Ouch...
     
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    I wonder what the brown sugar does? Any ideas?
     
  7. Dominion

    Dominion I believe you have my stapler.

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    Alot of the storebought ones (atleast the ones I've seen) are made to loosen stool, so make sure you get the right kind if you go store bought :p

    With that said you can go to most any porn store and pick a waterplay kit, the kit has a picture of a girl hosing herself down with it attached to a showerhead, but we all know thats not what it's for :p

    Anyways, you can buy the nozzle attatchment seperately. Get that (they sometimes come in a pack of two, are small and phallic shapped and have holes based at the end and so far have been the cheapest and most comfortable option I have found.

    Get that nozzle then go down to a local home repair shop (Lowes, Home Depot, etc). There are a couple ways you can do this. I couldn't find a bag type reservior so I used a couple ounce bucket.

    This next steps will depend on if you got a bag style or a bucket. I got a bucket so I'll go that way first. Move from there to the plumbing section. You want to first get a threaded to barb convertor (the hose goes over the barbs to hold it in place), you'll need two of these. Now in my case I couldn't find a convertor that fit my nozzle so I had to buy two, one was a
    threaded to threaded to get the size down, then a threaded to barbed.

    Next you will need a crimp valve, not the exact word but basicly when you insert the cable on either side it crimps the cable so it won't escape. It also has a turn valve to regulate the flow of water, it is also up to you if you want to get a flow window to watch the water flow and determine the speed.

    You might have to take the nozzle with you, I forget the exact thread size but all fittings are on display so you can try them out to make sure it works.

    Once you have the bucket and hardware, next is the tubing. The best place to get tubing for this is somewhere you can find fish tank tubing for the filter. It's like 3$ for a big pack of it and works great. Just take your barbed peice and find the best fit on the barbs. Take your parts home.

    Your parts list should look something like this:
    Bucket or other style reservior
    2x barbed to threaded style plumbing
    1x thread to thread size convertor (MAYBE part, depends if yo ucan find one to fit your nozzel, if not you'll have to convert the Size)
    enema nozzle with threaded ends.
    length of fish tank tubing (fits your barbs)
    some kind of epoxy (if your reservior will have to be fixed, needs to be water proof)

    Here is how my setup was


    <=====| - Nozzle
    ~(connection)
    |==| (threaded to threaded)
    |==> (Threaded to barbed
    |=()=| (valve)
    -------- : tube
    |____|-reservior

    <===|~|==|~|==>-----|=()=|-----<==|~|___|

    1. Take the Nozzle and attach it to your threaded to threaded (If your threaded to barbed fit the nozzle, ignore this step)
    2. Attach your threaded to barbed to the threaded attached to the nozzle (or directly to the nozzle)
    3. Measure out the total length of tube you want. Cut it.
    4. Now that you have the length you want, cut the tube at the 3/4 mark, so you have 1/4 and 3/4 of the tube length in two peices.
    5. Take the 1/4 peice and fit it to the barbed peice attached to the nozzle.
    6. Take the valve and attach one end to the free end of the 1/4 peice.
    7. Attach one end of the 3/4 peice to the end of the valve.
    8. If you got a flow regulator you'll want to put it somewhere in the tubing, doesn't matter if it's the 1/4 or the 3/4 peice.
    9. Attach the second barbed peice to the free end of the 3/4 peice.
    10. take your reservoir, beings I used a bucket I'll use it as my example but anything will pretty much be the same. Using a knife or similar sharp object carefully cut out a peice big enough to slip the remaining thread end into (the thread to barb that is attached to the 3/4 peice).
    11. Once you have a hole big enough and you can slip the thread into it, place the thread in and use some water proof epoxy to seal it in place. Be VERY VERY VERY VERY careful that you get none into the tubing or attached thread peice.
    12. Let the epoxy dry, mine was teh two barrel epoxy and took a full day to dry and cure.
    13. Seal test the entire length of hose and the valve make sure everything works. If you have no leaks and you get water from the reservoir to the nozzle great.
    14. The last step is to clean up all the peices. I did this before using it every time. Make sure the valve is in the close position. Take a bottle of rubbing alcohol and pour it into your reservoir to about a cm-5 cms above the top of the exit hole. Let the alcohol run from the reservoir to the vavle on the hose, let it sit for a little bit. Then slowly open the valve and keeping the nozzle elevated higher than the reservior drain the alcohol into the rest of the hose. Then slowly let it drain completely out. Once it's all drained run water through it a few times, and soapy water running through it works just as well.

    I know it seems like alot of work, but for someone like myself who didn't have alot of money for toys and when a GOOD enema kit costs upwards of 50-100$ this is a godsend. It cost me around 13$ after taxes to build and it worked better than a kit would have. You can do you own thing with it, I did eventually dump the bucket and went with one of the bladders from a water backpack. Just cut the hose off the end, put my thread in and epoxyed it. You don't have to do that but I didn't feel like going out for more barb-thread size things :p

    If your lazy, just buy the damn thing :p
     
  8. Sophie

    Sophie New Member

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    Haha that is incredible!
     

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