Does blood stain silicone?

kaykay0427 kaykay0427
I'm curious because I used my silicone toy during my period before I knew I had it and now there is a slight tinge to it. Is there anyway to get it out?
03/05/2013
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Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
I don't know how to remove blood stains from silicone. My menstrual cup is pure silicone and has started to pick up a slight tinge to it as well. As long as it's sanitized and clean before use, it shouldn't be a problem. You could always try different soaps to see if they can remove it, just make sure they're compatible with silicone first.
03/05/2013
femmepwr femmepwr
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Originally posted by Lildrummrgurl7
I don't know how to remove blood stains from silicone. My menstrual cup is pure silicone and has started to pick up a slight tinge to it as well. As long as it's sanitized and clean before use, it shouldn't be a problem. You could always ... More
When my menstrual cup gets blood stains, I soak it in some hydrogen peroxide and water overnight. I would think the same thing would work for silicone toys.
03/05/2013
solitudinarian solitudinarian
My menstrual cup stains over time, but I haven't noticed any stains on my silicone dildos. I do what lingeron1 does.
03/06/2013
ScottA ScottA
"stains" on silicone are generally oil-soluble compounds, so you might try soaking it in some different types of oil to see if they'll take the chemicals away. This probably wouldn't be common because blood is generally made of water-soluble stuff.
03/27/2013
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