Dripstick—aka the cum sponge—is the original after-sex sponge for absorbing excess cum. It’s a super soft, medical-grade sponge that quickly soaks up gooey leftovers to eliminate drippy discomfort. Not for your butt.
- First-of-its-kind post-sex hygiene product
- Designed to absorb excess cum after sex
- Eliminates post-sex drippy discomfort
- Soft, medical-grade sponge
- Not for everybody, but here for those who want it!
What it’s NOT: a menstruation product, birth control, or STI/STD protection, or for your butt.
We LOVE that you're excited to try ‘em out, but please note only one 3 pack is allowed per customer
say goodbye to...
sitting and waiting over the toilet
Drips and Leaks
directions for use
grip the handle with one hand.
while seated, slowly and carefully insert sponge into vaginal canal. maintain a grip on the handle.
gently twirl sponge while
inserted in the vaginal canal.
use the handle to slowly and carefully remove the sponge from the vaginal canal.
if excess fluids remain, repeat steps #1-4 with an unused product. reminder: always pee after sex to avoid UTIs!read more on how to
how do I use the sponge?
find the complete set of instructions here. if you have any additional questions please email us at email@example.com, we are more than happy to help!
the vagina is self cleaning!!!
correct! the vagina is self cleaning. our product is just for cum. if cum doesn't bother you or other methods work for you, then you don't need dripstick :)
what is the sponge made out of?
the sponge is made from medical grade polyurethane (this is the same material as some condoms, the contraceptive sponge, and various hospital instruments!) and polypropylene handle. there are no additives.
do you ship in discreet packaging?
yes! all orders ship in 100% discreet packaging. the return address is from "Richard Cummings" 🙂
does it prevent pregnancy, STDs/STIs?
dripstick® is not a form of birth control, STD/STI protection, or menstruation product.
do I still need to pee after I use this?
yes, yes, YES. always pee after sex (even if you use a dripstick) to help avoid UTIs. they suck.
what's the difference between this and a tampon?
a tampon is a dense piece of cotton meant to absorb much more fluid over a long period of time. dripsticks are a soft sponge that absorbs quickly (in a few seconds), and meant for less fluid. (so you don't risk microtears in your vaginal walls!)