Disposable?

LinToxic LinToxic
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Jelly toys like these should be mostly disposable, but I find that they are too pricey to be replaced constantly like that.

Why do jelly toys still exist anyway? They are too hazardous to use in my opinion. One review here stated that this ring bleeds dye even
03/18/2012
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herMaster herMaster
I dont know about these specifically, but we have a few jelly toys we have never had any issues with. I think some of it is to do with the quality of each specific toy and how sensitive each person is to the chemicals in them .
03/18/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
I agree. I think jelly toys in general are a bad idea. I won't use them.
03/18/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
Because the material is cheap and as long as people keep buying jelly toys, they're going to keep making them. If people are worried about them, the best things they can do is either not buy them or use a condom or toy cover with them.
03/18/2012
Ikkyika Ikkyika
They are a very low safety rating, I think if more people researched the products before they bought them, this would no longer be an issue
03/18/2012
jmex83 jmex83
Im going to have to tell my wife about this. We didn't realize that jelly was such a problem material
04/27/2012
Chirple Chirple
I hate "disposables" since they're so often improperly disposed. Why clog up landfills when you can just buy a higher-quality toy ?

You can recycle PVC (jelly), though I'm not sure how it would work for a toy. I've heard about places thinking about starting Toy Recycling Programs - and if a jelly toy could truly be recycled, that would be great.
04/27/2012
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