Cane Care, Storage and Use Tips

Cane Care

Canes are simple toys and therefore require simple care.


Canes of man-made materials (acrylic, delrin, lexan, metal) are easy to clean. Use a Lysol wipe and allow to dry.

Rattan Canes can be wiped down with a Lysol wipe but these cannot be sterilized.  To keep them in good working condition, soak them in water for about 30 minutes once a month to keep them flexible.  They are reeds and not wood, so they must be conditioned this way to keep them from breaking.  

Rawhide canes can be wiped down with a Lysol wipe, but these must be allowed to dry completely before storing them. All canes should be stored in such a way as they will not bend. If stored while bent, these bends may become permanent.

Canes should be used lightly at first and with a light grip. Acrylic and rattan canes can be easily broken if the incorrect technique is used. Gripping them too tightly and swinging with a rigid arm and wrist will be most likely to result in a broken cane. You needn't use a lot of force to get the desire result with these canes. Quick, sharp taps are often enough to get the attention of your bottom as well as leave a nice mark behind to remind them of their transgressions the following day.

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