How To Clean Prince Albert Piercing Jewelry

A Prince Albert piercing goes through the head of your penis and through the urethra, and if you ever decide to get one, you'll need to learn how to clean Prince Albert piercing jewelry. It's usually a heavy gauge metal hoop used for this piercing. Smaller gauge rings may be used depending on sexual activity, as smoother, smaller gauge may work out better for your partner than the heavier rings. As painful as a Prince Albert piercing may look, it actually does not cause lasting pain nor does it interfere with sexual function. As long as you keep it all clean down below, you'll be perfectly fine with this kinky piercing.

Things you'll need to clean a Prince Albert piercing:

  • Non-fragranced soap or body wash
  • Wash cloth
  • Water
  1. Rinse your penis and Prince Albert piercing off with water. A quick rinse will clear out any major debris or dirt that you might have around or on the Prince Albert piercing. If you have an uncircumcised penis, pull back the foreskin and make sure to rinse underneath.
  2. Put a small amount of anti-bacterial soap on your washcloth and lather it up. Rub through around the penis, the piercing and under the foreskin if needed. You don't need to scrub hard, especially if this is a new piercing.
  3. Rinse the soap off completely. Leaving soap on to dry can cause irritation. If you need to pee right after you clean the piercing, you don't need to reclean it. Urine is sterile and won't cause any problems with the piercing jewelry.
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