O2 Stain

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So I had to toss all my toys into a bag really fast the other day, and my O2 Rascal got stained. I normally put them up correctly but I was in a hurry and she got pushed up against some black vinyl and is now stained.
Does anyone know of a way to remove stains from O2? Or am I doomed to a bruised looking toy?
06/12/2011
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MaryExy MaryExy
I'm confused... if it's O2, it should be silicone... and since silicone is nonporous, it shouldn't stain...

How have you tried cleaning it? I got lipstick on one of my silicone toys and just soap and water got it off once it dried. You might try bleach maybe?
06/12/2011
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I've tried plain soap and water, and I've also tried toy cleaner, no luck.
I think I'll try bleach next?
06/12/2011
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10 minute soak in bleach solution did nothing.
More suggestions?
Anybody else had this happen to them?
06/12/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
I have nooooo idea, it might be best to wait a bit and try again? Or boiling, that's always another cleaning option (not sure it will work better than bleach, though)
06/12/2011
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Trying boiling, don't see how it'd fix it, but I may as well try.
I boiled all my toys like two days ago...it was quite an undertaking.
06/12/2011
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Boiling made it go from black to a slighty lighter purple. I'm just going to boil, cool, boil, cool, over and over for a while if I can't think of anything better to do.
06/12/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
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Originally posted by null
Boiling made it go from black to a slighty lighter purple. I'm just going to boil, cool, boil, cool, over and over for a while if I can't think of anything better to do.
Ooh! I'm glad it at least worked a little! If boil-after-boil doesn't work, you might be able to just keep alternating cleaning methods to get it to fade bit by bit?
06/12/2011
Annemarie Annemarie
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Originally posted by MaryExy
I'm confused... if it's O2, it should be silicone... and since silicone is nonporous, it shouldn't stain...

How have you tried cleaning it? I got lipstick on one of my silicone toys and just soap and water got it off once it ... More
O2 is silicone, but it's a softer/less dense silicone than normal silicone. Where there's less density, there's air. (I think)
06/12/2011
alliegator alliegator
I had this happen once too. A cheap red toy left a faint stain on my revolution. After several washes it was gone.
06/12/2011
Coralbell Coralbell
I had a toy get stained but it came off when I soaked it in a bleach and water solution.
06/13/2011
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The boil-cool-boil-cool method only got so far. I tried soaking it in peroxide (the recommended way to remove stains from Diva Cups, which are also soft clear-white silicone) and that helped a little more, but the stain is still there.
Hopefully it will just disappear over time.
06/15/2011
Antipova Antipova
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Originally posted by null
The boil-cool-boil-cool method only got so far. I tried soaking it in peroxide (the recommended way to remove stains from Diva Cups, which are also soft clear-white silicone) and that helped a little more, but the stain is still there.
Hopefully ... More
Any progress on your O2 stain, SThr? I'll be sure to be very careful with mine.
09/14/2011
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Originally posted by Antipova
Any progress on your O2 stain, SThr? I'll be sure to be very careful with mine.
It's faded to the point where I can't even find it without searching in the proper light.
For the most part, it's totally gone.
09/29/2011
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