Why can't toys be in a completely sealed casing?

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Why can't toys be in a completely sealed casing?

Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
I'm a little uncomfortable every time I get a new toy since the plastic casing just easily opens and closes. I think that EF is a trust-worthy site but then I think about other sites. Anybody can easily put a used toy back in the plastic casing and that's just plain gross. I wished toys had a completely sealed container like the kind you have to cut open. Why are medications completely sealed and batteries completely sealed but never a dildo or vibrator???
09/18/2012
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Ansley Ansley
Products aren't sealed because brick and mortar stores are required to test products with motors before a customer leaves the store.

Even if you walked into the manufacturer and scooped one off the line directly, it wouldn't be sealed.
09/18/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Stormy has is for the most part. Remember that most materials are poured into a mold during the manufacturing process, they are allowed to cure for a certain time before packaging but most materials take quite a while for the smell to fade. As such a sealed container would hold in the smell, this is why some materials can be "Aired out". It is also why you should wash each and every toy before use.
09/18/2012
js250 js250
The few that I received that were sealed did still have an odor to them--great points guys!!
09/18/2012
ashley2424 ashley2424
This is a good question. Although I always wash mine with toy cleaner before first use...thats a must!
09/18/2012
Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
Thanks for all the info.
09/18/2012
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