Anyone else going to join this "movement"? Purging your old, unsafe, broken, melting, nasty toys?

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Anyone else going to join this "movement"? Purging your old, unsafe, broken, melting, nasty toys?

Bignuf Bignuf
I did a huge purge of all my old, broken toys and ALL my old Jellies. Many garbage bags full. I even found lube...KY, so it was dated, expired in 1985!!!

I just read of another EF member who just did a big "toy house cleaning". this the start of a new movement????

Anyone else care to join us in creating a trimmer, safer, healthier, more modern toy collection in their home???
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Coralbell Coralbell
I've only been using toys for just over a year, so I don't have any old or gross toys. I have thrown out a few things I never used though.
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Before Eden I had only bought a few jelly and supersoft strokers, they did not last long and were tossed after a month or so. Since finding EF I have only bought/received TPR/TPE and higher quality toys. Furthermore, I now know how to properly clean and store them.

The only toys that get tossed now are those that don't do anything for me or those used for scientific experiments.
Peggi Peggi
I always get rid of toys once they are broken or stop working, or I'll also throw them away if I no longer like them. BUT, I did go on a mass "witch hunt" for all of my jellies at one point and get rid of those suckers!
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Yea - I periodically throw out the old ones. Recently purged all the jelly and some old plastic vibes. All we have left are silicone, glass, steel and aluminum.
Tuesday Tuesday
I purge toys I don't use periodically. I think I'm due for another purge. I have a couple of rubber toys that I'm keeping because I still like them and they don't irritate me.
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I have done only one purge. I could probably do another one, though.
indiglo indiglo
I don't really have any that need purged either. I may have 1 jelly toy stashed under the bed, not sure, but I don't use it (and haven't used it in a while). Now I only get TPR/TPE and above, so I don't have many old nasty ones laying around. I do have a few that I don't really use anymore, but they're in fine shape so I feel bad throwing them out. They aren't sterilizable either, so sharing them is out too.
sktb0007 sktb0007
Originally posted by Coralbell
I've only been using toys for just over a year, so I don't have any old or gross toys. I have thrown out a few things I never used though.
same here
Hot 'N Sexy TexasMama Hot 'N Sexy TexasMama
Only have five toys....I'd miss anything that we purged.
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I just started using sex toys so I don't have a collection yet, but I will probably be one of those once it quits operating throw it away kinda girls.
Ryuson Ryuson
I am, I have a couple that are just not right for my body, both that I have bought and some that I got to review. I hate to get rid of things that I got to review; I wish that there was a pound for unappreciated toys!
zeb zeb
I go through my toy every 6 months
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
My husband's toys are made of less stable materials (most male masturbator sleeves are), so when the material splits, we throw the toy away. We've only had to throw away one or two so far out of the toys we've collected over the past year and some odd months.

As far as my collection goes, I don't really have any toys made of unstable materials (though I do have one or two TPE/TPR toys and an elastomer toy or two). Since I have a large collection, there are lots of toys I don't use though. I'd like to get a bigger storage system, such as plastic drawers, so I can arrange all of my toys together and have them out in the open (i.e., not hidden out of sight in individual toy bags) to enable me to see them at a glance. (I think utensil dividers, such as those that separate forks and spoons, would be great for keeping glass toys out in the open for easy viewing without damaging them. If I ever get the plastic drawers, I plan on buying several utensil trays and stacking them inside one of the drawers so that I can select my glass toys more quickly.)

The problem for me is when something is out of sight, then it is truly out of mind. Having the above system would help me to begin rotating through all my toys to give them all some use instead of just having a couple of go-to toys.

Then if I find that I don't like a toy after a few sessions, I should get rid of it rather than keeping it around to take up space . . . Thus, having a good storage system would definitely aid in purging my collection of unused or broken toys.
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
I don't have any broken or unsafe toys to toss now. I tossed my old jellies ages ago.
GenderSexplorations GenderSexplorations
Only good and safe materials come into this house. We haven't really worn any out, but if we did we'd be quick to replace them. Not worth taking any risks when it comes to sanitary things.
Dusk Dusk
I need to go through and complete all of my reviews. It's just a different kind of purging.
married with children married with children
I keep my closet cleaned out year around. Bad toys go in the trash.
Jul!a Jul!a
I don't do huge purges very often, but I go through every few months or so and try to find new homes for things I don't use. Whether that home be the garbage or to a friend doesn't always matter much to me.
null null
I tossed all my toys that weren't silicone, glass or metal a year ago, haven't looked back!
toxie m toxie m
I don't have much in the way of unsafe materials, and nothing's broken on me yet. There might be a few choice items due to be thrown out, but not enough to call it a "purge"
Rossie Rossie
I have never bought a toy with unsafe material -- all my toys are in silicone, stainless steel, or glass.
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