What's the best way to modify a chastity cage?

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    I have a holy trainer knock-off and I want to put more vents in it for hygeine. What's the best way to do that if I don't have power tools?
     
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    I honestly cant think of a cleaner way to do it without a power drill.
     
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    get a stainless steel one and use sand paper?
    will take forever but will truly be custom
    power tools are super cheap these days, why not use power tools?
     
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    Is it made of metal or plastic you didn't say?

    If its a cheap plastic one. maybe burn the holes you want with hot metal or a soldering iron.
    If its metal i would not bother trying without power tools.
     
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    That depends What's the best way to fix a car without tools?

    You need tools. Find a friend with tools you can borrow. Even with tools it's possible to ruin the cage.
     
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    a hobby knife and patience can whittle away ABS plastic pretty quickly. use sandpaper or nail files (or real files) afterward to smooth things out.
     
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    I used a cordless drill to put some extra holes in mine.
    The enclosed cage still presents a hygiene issue. I have to remove every 2 or 3 days for cleaning.
     
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    Baths ..showers are a very satisfactory way to keep an enclosed cage clean. Always worked on my Fort which was metal,,, but not for so long if the cage is plastic ..yes the material makes a diference and anyone that thinks differently is entitled to their own opinion but i'm not prepared to debate the issue
     
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