Luvi Silverberg
October 23, 2022

How to Make Your Own Vibrator

Introduction

A vibrator is a great way to get yourself off, but it can cost a pretty penny. If you're looking for an alternative solution that's just as effective and way more affordable, look no further than your showerhead! All you need is some muscle power and a few tools. Here's how to make one:

Step 1: Grab a showerhead.

Before you begin, make sure you have all the tools required for the job. If you are not sure about this, consult your local hardware store. You will need a screwdriver and pliers. Make sure that you do not get under the showerhead when removing it from its wall mount because water can get into your eyes and burn them if it is still connected to a pipe on another floor or at a different height than where you are standing. Also, keep in mind that there may be some residual water in pipes that connect to your sink after someone has taken a shower recently; this could cause injury if you bump against them while trying to work on something else!

Step 2: Wiggle the showerhead until it's loose.

The next step is to remove the showerhead from the hose, which you can do by wiggling it back and forth until it comes loose. Make sure that you pull in an up-and-down motion, not a side-to-side motion. If necessary, use pliers for more leverage.

You may need to make an adjustment here: if your showerhead has a rubber gasket on the end of its stem that keeps water from leaking out when you turn it off, you’ll want to remove this gasket so that your vibrating mechanism will fit inside. This can be done by pulling firmly down on each side of the rubber piece until it comes off entirely or else cutting off what remains with scissors or knife.

Step 3: Remove the showerhead.

To remove the showerhead, use a screwdriver to turn the screw counterclockwise. Use your hand as leverage, turning until you feel it loosen. Once it's loose enough that you can move it about, pull up on the showerhead and remove it from its mounting bracket.

Step 4: Tilt the showerhead to test how easily water can escape. (If your hose won't drain, you might need to cut a slit in it.)

  • Tilt the showerhead to test how easily water can escape. (If your hose won't drain, you might need to cut a slit in it.)

  • Cut out any clogs with a box cutter or utility knife.

Step 5: Place your hose end above the tap. Aiming the stream of water upward should create a pressure that pushes water out of the hose.

  • Placing the hose end above the tap and aiming it upward should create a pressure that pushes water out of the hose.

  • If you're mixing plaster, cement, or mortar in a bucket, use the drill to mix these materials.

Step 6 (optional): You can dilute warm water with cold and fiddle with the angle to adjust pressure, but generally, you'll have greater control if you use an electric drill with a motor shaft designed for mixing paint or mortar.

If you have an electric drill, you can use the motor shaft to mix paint and mortar. This is an excellent method for getting just the right amount of pressure for your desired stimulation level. This method does require a bit more work than using a manual mixture, but it's very easy and worth the effort if you want to go all out!

To dilute warm water with cold:

Step 1: Fill your bucket or basin with warm water until it fills about 1/3 of its volume.

Step 2: Pour in some ice cubes until they fill another 1/3 of your container. Be careful not to add too many so as not to overcool the mixture! You might also want to consider adding salt into this mixture; this will help increase sensation and numbness at the same time (which we'll talk about later).

Turn off the water before trying this!

  • Do not turn on the water while you're using this. You may find that it feels good if you do, but be warned: if there's too much water pressure, it can break your vibrator.

  • Use this as a substitute for a showerhead at your own risk! If you have low water pressure and want to use this product, we recommend trying to find something else first—or just getting a new showerhead altogether.

Similarly, if you have high water pressure in your home (as is common), we would advise against using this product until the issue has been resolved by your local plumbing service provider

Conclusion

We hope you enjoyed learning how to make your own vibrator. Now that you know the basic steps, go out and try it! You can even use this as a way to learn more about yourself and what types of vibrations feel best for different parts of your body.