10/22/2012. Gone. Quote: Originally posted by ColdPaw. I couldn't find any information on silicone sex toys but what I did come across was a discussion on clear baby bottle nipples. It seems pure silicone (Which these rings are) Is easy to discolor during cleaning. So I would imagine these will with ...
Discolouration can be an indication that there's excessive amounts of bacteria, mould or fungus in the toy, which may make sense if it has been sitting there wet...or it could just be staining. Whatever the case, it's not safe for internal use and is best replaced with a body-safe silicone option.
Despite what some sex toy shops and home sex toy party companies will tell you, sex toy cleaner is largely a gimmick when used on porous materials like these. Doc Johnson’s PVC will usually be sold containing something they dubbed sil-a-gel which they claim acts as an anti-microbial.
Rubber is not body-safe, especially for repeated use. You should definitely toss it. If those particular spots aren't a fungus, the dildo could have all kinds of other microorganisms you don't want in your body. Lovehoney has a number of body-safe silicone dildos for the same price or lower, so there's no reason to buy rubber toys. 3.
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Damn! I must have deleted the post and blog in my Great Blog Purge of '12 when my then girlfriend decided it was an abomination for me to write a sex blog or like being a camgirl. But yeah, now I want to store toys incorrectly so that I can show people how important it is to store them right to make them last longer and not be gross.
The most common reason sex dolls get stained is exposure to new dark colored fabric, or tightly fitting clothing with elastic waste bands. New fabrics often have excess dye which can seep into your dolls skin if left in contact for a long period of time.
Inspect before and after use for tears or discoloration. If either are present, discard the toy and buy a new one Wash thoroughly before and after use with mild soap and water or toy cleaner