In order to make a glow-in-the-dark condom glow it needs to be exposed to light for about 30 seconds. You can choose to light it up in three ways: While the condom is still in its wrapper; When you are putting on the condom; or after it is already on.
If you expose the condom to light while it's still rolled up in the wrapper, the tip will glow more than the rest of the condom once it is unrolled. So for the best results, keep the light on bright while you put on the condom, or turn up the lights for about 30 seconds after you have put it on. When you turn off the lights, prepare for a night to remember!
A glow-in-the-dark condom will glow brightly for about 15 minutes, followed by an after glow that can last for hours. Re-exposing the condom to light while it is still on will recharge it and make it glow brightly again. But remember, you should never reuse a condom.
Check the expiry date. Do not use the condoms after the expiration date printed on the package. Open the foil package and carefully remove the condom. Take care not to damage it with rings or fingernails.
Do not try to put on the condom when the penis is soft. Wait for the penis to become hard and erect. Squeezing the closed end between your thumb and forefinger place the condom over the erect penis, making sure the roll is on the outside
Unroll the condom gently down the full length of the penis as far it will go, still squeezing the closed end.
Make sure the condom stays in place during sex: if it rolls up, roll it back into place immediately. If the condom comes off completely a new condom must be fitted before sex continues.
Use a water-based lubricant. Do not use oil-based lubricants, such as petroleum jelly, as these may damage the condom. Ask your doctor or pharmacist about the compatibility with condoms of any prescriptions or over-trade-counter medicines that are applied to the penis.
Withdraw the penis soon after climaxing holding the condom firmly in place at the base of the penis. Wait until the penis is completely withdrawn before removing the condom. Remember to keep both the penis and condom clear from contact with your partner's body.
Use a condom once only. Dispose of the condom hygienically. Wrap it in a tissue and place it in the household waste.
Always use a condom before any contact with your partner.
Used correctly, latex condoms help to reduce risk of transmission of HIV infection [AIDS] and many other sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy, although it does not provide 100% protection. No method of prevention can guarantee absolute protection.