scented toys

oliverHyde oliverHyde
I just bought a Ballsy Supercock Junior and I was surprised at the amount added scent. My living room smelled like pink jelly beans for a day and a half.

How do you decide how much scent to add? Is it different depending on the material used?
11/23/2009
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by oliverHyde
I just bought a Ballsy Supercock Junior and I was surprised at the amount added scent. My living room smelled like pink jelly beans for a day and a half.

How do you decide how much scent to add? Is it different depending on the material used?
that is awesome! Pink jelly beans rawk!
11/23/2009
Gary Gary
I think all toys should smell like root-beer barrels
11/23/2009
Ciao. Ciao.
I prefer toys that don't have a distinctive scent...too much smell can be kind of a turn-off.
11/23/2009
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
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Originally posted by Gary
I think all toys should smell like root-beer barrels
Yeah! I could go for that!
11/23/2009
oliverHyde oliverHyde
@Boink I totally agree, too much scent is a total turn-off

I also think that someone should come out with a realistic dildo that smells like Old Spice.
11/24/2009
MuffysPinguLove MuffysPinguLove
I'm a little iffy about scented toys, idk just a personal preference I guess.
11/24/2009
Alli Alli
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Originally posted by Ciao.
I prefer toys that don't have a distinctive scent...too much smell can be kind of a turn-off.
i totally agree with that, i have a Doc and when my partner and i use it it just smells up the whole room...it was a major turn off
07/28/2010
Rebecca Weinberg Rebecca Weinberg
The good news is Doc Johnson offer toys in all sorts of materials and at all price points. Looking for a smell free dong? Try one of our new Platinum Silicone dongs. They are made from medical grade, platinum cured silicone. They are non porous, can be boiled or top racked in your dishwasher, and have no smell. link
07/28/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by oliverHyde
I just bought a Ballsy Supercock Junior and I was surprised at the amount added scent. My living room smelled like pink jelly beans for a day and a half.

How do you decide how much scent to add? Is it different depending on the material used?
GAG! Most toys which have scent added to them is to cover for latex or vinyl smells and to cover the awful smell of plastic or latex softeners, like phtalates, which are really bad for your body and may be carcinogenic.

A lot of soft Jelly Rubber toys are scented, and IMO, it's best to stay away from them, for good health.

Our first vibe was a realistic phallic vibe, most likely made from old fashioned hot melt vinyl. Did it smell weird. Like a cross between a shower curtain and fake strawberry candy.

I would smell like it for two baths after using it. We only used it a short while and then switched to silicone, which has NO odor, no phtalates (am I spelling this right?) and is very body friendly.
07/29/2010
PassionQT PassionQT
Quote:
Originally posted by oliverHyde
I just bought a Ballsy Supercock Junior and I was surprised at the amount added scent. My living room smelled like pink jelly beans for a day and a half.

How do you decide how much scent to add? Is it different depending on the material used?
I was kind of expecting it to smell "ballsy" !

I don't mind pleasant scents: baby powder, vanilla, strawberry, jelly beans, etc.. It's the other strong chemical plastic scents I can't stand.
07/29/2010
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
GAG! Most toys which have scent added to them is to cover for latex or vinyl smells and to cover the awful smell of plastic or latex softeners, like phtalates, which are really bad for your body and may be carcinogenic.

A lot of soft Jelly ... More
phthalates
07/29/2010
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