My jelly dildo does not work the same

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My jelly dildo does not work the same

Sugargirl Sugargirl
I bought a jelly dildo 5 month ago...it felt nice, I like the softness of jelly material. But now it became different, a bit sticky and not so bright It's not an old toy..and I took care about it..cleaning and everything...what could be the reason?
05/23/2008
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Originally posted by Sugargirl
I bought a jelly dildo 5 month ago...it felt nice, I like the softness of jelly material. But now it became different, a bit sticky and not so bright It's not an old toy..and I took care about it..cleaning and everything...what could be the ...
Oh, it kills me!!! In the life of a jelly toy, 5 months is not old, it's ANCIENT!!!
And one more thing: Dildo's "age" doesn't necessarily start from the moment when you bought it...because you have no idea how long it sat on the shelf before it shipped out to you!
05/23/2008
ThePornLibrarian ThePornLibrarian
Quote:
Originally posted by Sugargirl
I bought a jelly dildo 5 month ago...it felt nice, I like the softness of jelly material. But now it became different, a bit sticky and not so bright It's not an old toy..and I took care about it..cleaning and everything...what could be the ...
I suggest you throw it out and buy silicone. A little more pricey but it's SO worth it. I'm a big fan of Fun Factory toys.
05/23/2008
Cock Wrangler Cock Wrangler
There are any number of reasons jelly degrades- lube, cleaning, contact with other toys... basically, it's not a durable material. It's also porous, so even when you clean it, it retains bodily fluids and anything else that it has been in contact with. Definitely, look into silicone. More expensive, but a vaster longer life and healthy for your body.
05/23/2008
Essin' Em Essin' Em
Basically, the material is starting to break down. Firstly, they aren't that well made, which is why they are so much cheaper to begin with. Secondly, think about phthalates; you know that death-like smell that jelly toys have when you first get them? And they slowly start to smell a little less evil? That is the phthalates leaching out of the toys (into the air, into your body, etc). As they disappear, the toy's stability starts to break down, get sticky, etc.

I too recommend silicone; at the very least, TPR silicone. It's not that much more, and it's much better for your body, and will last longer!
05/23/2008
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