Toilet use when in chastity

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    I'm currently wearing a cb6000 And when i have to go to the toilet that works well. When I sit down i can pee through the opening in the front. Now I'm considdering a metal Cage (probabely the Dominix Cock Cage) but as you see on the picture the front is metal. How do you keep it clean?
     

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    I have an Assylum 4 similar to the pic. After I pee I use tissue to blot the area dry. Have had no issues with unsavory odors. That’s in addition to daily washing in the shower and weekly cage removal for full cleaning.
     
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    It depends a bit is it stainless steel or not.
    The later could lead to some quite bad experiences if it starts to rust.
    If it can rust then I would say that it would be best to limit long exposure to water.
    Forget about frequent baths use showers and make sure to get the device dry.
    If it is stainless you should be able clean it while having a shower or a bath.
     
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    It will be easier to keep clean than the CB6000, by far. I have a Chinese cage that is stainless steel, with an end similar in design to the cage you are looking at.

    Your urine stream will go between one of the end bars, or if it gets split up by a bar (which seems to happen to me) it will still drain out without any urine pooling anywhere. Just means you will be sitting to pee all the time :)

    I also use tissue to blot and direct the shower spray into it from the front and back when showering. I'm locked 5/7 days per week and never have any issues with odour or rust.
     
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    having had both the "cross at the centre" and "parallel bars with central slot" types of ends of the tube, I find the latter far easier to line up and not create any mess.
     
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    Not a fan of the tip style you've posted for the exact concern you have. I'm actually able to use the urinal at work (if I'm careful) in my Cherry Keeper because it has the slotted tip and is sized properly.
     
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    It is really a good idea to wash that area or shower every day.
     
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    I’m with JosieLynn, I’m able to stand as long as I’m careful and just leave it on in shower with no problems
     
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    Thank you all for the replies.
     
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    Same as everybody else appears to be saying. If you are caught short away from home (or a friendly bathroom) dry with a tissue.

    Whenever possible only unrinate at home and rinse immediately after or during. Rinsing and dunking/swirling ( use a plastic cup or something) will invariably be suffice until you shower or bathe.

    If you want to be fastidious use a pastry brush or paint brush through the bars to wash more thoroughly, as you will be more able where it matters to apply some cleaning friction to the inside of some of the bars.
     
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