Baking Pure Silicone Toys

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Baking Pure Silicone Toys

MrWill MrWill
This is just a thought that popped into my head the other day, but since we know we can boil silicone toys:

What about baking them?!?!

What are the thoughts (has anyone tried this?) I mean, some of the silicone toys can be hit with direct flame and take no damage right?


So what about sterilizing large batches of toys in the oven?


Thoughts?
03/15/2013
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Mr. E Mr. E
Mmmm...nothing reminds me of home like the aroma of freshly baked dildos.
03/15/2013
kkizzee05 kkizzee05
Quote:
Originally posted by MrWill
This is just a thought that popped into my head the other day, but since we know we can boil silicone toys:

What about baking them?!?!

What are the thoughts (has anyone tried this?) I mean, some of the silicone toys can be hit with ...
You could always try it with an unwanted toy, or one you aren't worried about losing...
03/15/2013
MrWill MrWill
I don't have any unwanted toys at the moment It was just a random thought that popped into my head!
03/15/2013
KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
Hmm.. I never even thought about that. I'm too much of a chicken to try it. I love my toys too much!
03/15/2013
JodiPrince JodiPrince
i would be to afraid it would get to hot and melt them to the pan or fry the inside of the toy ...try to explain what your cooking for your kids lol wow yea i will pass
03/15/2013
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
Well they make pure silicone bakeware. I would assume it would work but I'm not going to volunteer to try it.
03/15/2013
MrWill MrWill
Quote:
Originally posted by Lildrummrgurl7
Well they make pure silicone bakeware. I would assume it would work but I'm not going to volunteer to try it.
This was my thought exactly when I thought about baking them. lol
03/15/2013
ZZ ZZ
It looks like most silicone cookware items have a heat resistance around 500 degrees. If someone is really planning on trying this out, they should contact the companies who distributes the products they want to test this on. If the item is manufacture in house then the company is going to know the molecular structure of their silicone and what it can stand up to. If not, and they export their manufacturing, they’ve probably done testing on it and might be able to tell you what temperature their products are heat resistant to. They may not give out this information, but if you explain your reasoning they might.
03/16/2013
surreptitious surreptitious
Quote:
Originally posted by Lildrummrgurl7
Well they make pure silicone bakeware. I would assume it would work but I'm not going to volunteer to try it.
I was just about to mention this. Silicone bakeware is generally safe up to 675°F - which doesn't mean that this is the maximum temperature that it can sustain (that's over 900°F). This is the temperature at which it can remain indefinitely without breaking down. Toys may be formulated differently, but silicone itself still has a high melting point in general.

Edit: and Zasha got in a post before I finished mine. Ha and ha - I am too slow.
03/16/2013
butts butts
Pure silicone is bake-able! Have you ever seen silicone muffin pans or oven mits? It's the same material as silicone sex toys
03/16/2013
XxFallenAngelxX XxFallenAngelxX
I have silicone bakeware...... I'm just not into messing up any of my toys, just yet, lol.
03/16/2013
Rory Rory
You probably can but I'll wait until after you try.
03/16/2013
ScottA ScottA
Yes, you can bake 100% silicone toys - and probably up to any heat a home oven can do. Keeping it under 500 should ensure safety, and I'd put a pan I didn't care much about underneath just in case the manufacturer wasn't completely honest about how siliconey the toys were.

BUT- dry heat isn't very effective for sanitizing/sterilizing . That's why medical autoclaves use steam or chemicals. Bugs die faster when they're damp.

Note that dry baking might be effective in removing stubborn smelly chemicals that have adsorbed onto the silicone (stuck to the surface). Might be worth a try with a smelly plug.
03/27/2013
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