Tenga Eggs developing a smell?

Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
Has anyone had a Tenga Egg develop a smell after multiple uses even though it was washed and dried before storage after every use?

My husband used most of the eggs I bought him multiple times without problems, only throwing them out when they developed tears. But then I bought him a Fleshlight and a Flip Hole, and the Eggs ended up sitting in their carton. Last night he took one out and it had a slight smell.

It wasn't overpowering, or anything that would bring tears to your eyes, but it definitely wasn't the "neutral" smell of a freshly opened Egg. There was nothing that could be seen visually (like mold) and it didn't smell rotten, so my guess is that it's the material (which isn't silicone, EF needs to fix the listing) breaking down. The Eggs are sold as single-use, disposable products so I would understand if it didn't remain "stable" after being left in a container for over a month.

We threw the Egg away, but I would like to know if anyone else has had this experience. What did you do?
09/02/2012
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Quote:
Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Has anyone had a Tenga Egg develop a smell after multiple uses even though it was washed and dried before storage after every use?

My husband used most of the eggs I bought him multiple times without problems, only throwing them out when they ... More
I don't have an egg but I use germ x antibacterial on all my toys after I clean with dial antibacterial soap and dry them. I leave them out on a towel to make sure they are dry then I use to have an issue with my products having a smell after washing and drying. I hope this helps..
09/02/2012
AbbyMac AbbyMac
Quote:
Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Has anyone had a Tenga Egg develop a smell after multiple uses even though it was washed and dried before storage after every use?

My husband used most of the eggs I bought him multiple times without problems, only throwing them out when they ... More
After you wash with warm water and mild soap, pat it dry and then let it air out inside out overnight or for a few hours. Then when you go to put it away take a little cornstarch and rub it on the outside of the egg. This returns it to its just out of the carton feel. Cornstarch is what is used on the cyber skin toys which feel the same as the eggs. My husband LOVES his egg and we've had it for almost 10 uses now without problem. Hope this helps!
09/04/2012
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
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Originally posted by AbbyMac
After you wash with warm water and mild soap, pat it dry and then let it air out inside out overnight or for a few hours. Then when you go to put it away take a little cornstarch and rub it on the outside of the egg. This returns it to its just out ... More
It's common to get multiple uses out of the eggs, but how many days has it been out of the packaging?
09/05/2012
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