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How to get rid of condom smell?

Sex Smell Solutions

  • Open Windows. After the performance, be sure to open up the windows in the bedroom as well as the rest of the house.
  • Dispose of Evidence. If there are soiled tissues or condoms, be sure to dispose of these as soon as possible within an outdoor trash bin.
  • Wash Sheets.
  • Vodka Spray.
  • White Vinegar Spray.
  • Febreze.
  • Candles.
  • What can I put on a condom that doesn’t smell like latex? Or you could mask the latex scent (which most people don’t even notice anyway) with a flavored lubricant if the condom is mainly being used for oral sex. Polyurethane and other non-latex condoms are another option.

    Is it OK to remove a condom inside out? If you’re not careful, removing a condom will make a big mess, and possibly increase the risk of unwanted pregnancy or infection. Pay attention to what you’re doing to avoid mishaps. For a male condom, remove with the tip pointed down. If you pull off just by the ring of the condom, it can come off inside-out.

    Why do condoms have a tangy smell to them? It doesn’t smell very pleasant. Often made out of latex, condoms are used by about one-third of Americans as a form of contraception and protection against sexually transmitted infections. But when you’re in the midst of it, the mixture of latex with bodily fluids and friction can cause a distinct tangy smell.

    How to get rid of bad odors in your home? Yet a few inexpensive household essentials you probably have on hand already— vinegar, salt, coffee, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide—will neutralize most noxious odors around your home and in your vehicles. To perfume the air indoors naturally, cut a lemon in half and set the cut halves in an inconspicuous place.

    Why do condoms have a tangy smell to them?

    Why do condoms have a tangy smell to them? It doesn’t smell very pleasant. Often made out of latex, condoms are used by about one-third of Americans as a form of contraception and protection against sexually transmitted infections. But when you’re in the midst of it, the mixture of latex with bodily fluids and friction can cause a distinct tangy smell.

    What to do if your partner doesn’t like the smell of latex? For example, some men just don’t like the smell of latex. Fortunately, in addition to other better-condom-using tips I’ve shared with you, there are options to help you tackle the latex smell issue. You could, for example, try using scented condoms or flavored condoms, particularly if your partner isn’t prone to yeast infections.

    Which is better a polyurethane condom or a latex condom? Polyurethane condoms have some advantages over latex as a condom material. One advantage is that exposure to oil-based products will not damage polyurethane. Polyurethane is also a thermoplastic elastomer, which is similar to latex, but lacks the proteins which cause allergic reactions.

    Where can I find latex condoms on the market? Latex can be found in many things including condoms, balloons, rubber bands, gloves, certain toys, Halloween masks, medical equipment, Dental Dams, tool handles etc, etc. You can Google “Latex Products” and see there are hundreds if not thousands of products containing latex.