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If your stroker has a hole at the end, try plugging it with your finger for extra suction. Some strokers, such as the Perfect Stroke, have an exterior casing and a plug to increase the suction.
Cleaning and Care
No matter which one you're using, you're going to need to clean it out after each use. This isn't the most difficult thing in the world. If you're using a toy like the Tenga Egg, you can rinse it out after using it and turn it inside out for a more in-depth cleaning with a toy cleaner before letting it dry and sprinkling some renewer powder or cornstarch on it. If your toy doesn't have the capability to turn inside out, clean it out as much you can, especially around the areas you use most.
This is to eliminate bacteria from growing and, in turn, reducing the risk of infections. It also helps keep the toy nice and clean for your next use and prolongs the lifespan of it overall!
If you have more than one stroker, don't store them together! If you have no choice, at least cover them with a toy sleeve or put them back in the case they came in.