I Did a Stupid Thing, and May've Ruined My Silicone Dildo

aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
So the other night I apparently had too much tequila... decided to bite on Chance, my fairly soft Bad Dragon dildo, in a bewildered state and attempt to turn my partner on. I actually penetrated and tore the surface in one spot with a tooth. And managed to pop my jaw out of place at the same time.

Yes, I know, some drunken complete party foul. But now I've got a hole in my toy about the size of a Qtip's tip (only about 1cm deep but still enough for bacteria!) and I'm not sure what's the best way to sterilize him.

Should boiling still be enough? If I clean the hole out with, say, hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol after each use, can I still ensure myself that it's bacteria-free?

Is there a way to glue him back together and seal him off? I contemplated superglue for a second before realizing it's not waterproof and would likely leave a rough spot on the surface. Sigh.

I really feel like an idiot after this not-so-smooth move, and am kind of mourning the potential death of my favorite dildo. Any and all help would be so appreciated! Thanks in advance for your advice.


Tequila Tooth Girl.


R.I.P. Chance?!
05/26/2012
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Silicone's steribility is not just on the surface (think like a Tantus dil that has a hole for a bullet) so I would thing regular boiling, sanitizing methods would still work. As far as repair goes I am not to sure, they do make food grade silicone caulk (used around counter edges etc.) that may work but honestly I am not sure if that would be safe or if it would adhere fully.

I would send Bad Dragon an email and ask them, maybe they could fix it for you for a small fee?
05/26/2012
Kindred Kindred
If it's pure silicone, I think you should be okay. I'm pretty sure silicone is non-porous throughout. Trying to replace it would probably cause more problems unless you can somehow use silicone to bond the pieces together. I'd worry about how body safe any type of glue would be. Also it's likely to leave a crevice which would be a cleaning issue.
05/26/2012
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Silicone's steribility is not just on the surface (think like a Tantus dil that has a hole for a bullet) so I would thing regular boiling, sanitizing methods would still work. As far as repair goes I am not to sure, they do make food grade ... More
i'm just worried about it being hard to sterilize because it's now got a crack in it... i'd have to make sure that it was opened and cleaned every time. sadface.

i did send Bad Dragon an email and am waiting on their response...

thanks for your advice!
05/26/2012
Envy Envy
You can get a hold of something called Sil-Poxy and fill in the hole and it'll work fine. I've done it with a few silicone toys before, including some BD toys. Just note that Sil-Poxy isn't cheap.

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05/26/2012
squire squire
That's frustrating, I'm sorry to hear that.
05/26/2012
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
I have no advice, but I'm sorry to hear that happened to you.

I think the Sil-Poxy previously mentioned sounds like a good solution. At least something to try that's a lot less expensive than purchasing a new Chance.

Hopefully the guys at BD have some suggestions for you as well. Don't they have some sort of warranty?
05/26/2012
Kindred Kindred
Quote:
Originally posted by Envy
You can get a hold of something called Sil-Poxy and fill in the hole and it'll work fine. I've done it with a few silicone toys before, including some BD toys. Just note that Sil-Poxy isn't cheap.

link ... More
The package says that Sil-Poxy is a skin irritant, so I would use caution if using on an insertable. It may be safe, but I would check the ingredients very carefully.
05/26/2012
NarcissisticLust NarcissisticLust
Quote:
Originally posted by aliceinthehole
So the other night I apparently had too much tequila... decided to bite on Chance, my fairly soft Bad Dragon dildo, in a bewildered state and attempt to turn my partner on. I actually penetrated and tore the surface in one spot with a tooth. And ... More
Well that's an interesting story. I'm sure boiling will still be fine.
05/26/2012
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by Gone (LD29)
I have no advice, but I'm sorry to hear that happened to you.

I think the Sil-Poxy previously mentioned sounds like a good solution. At least something to try that's a lot less expensive than purchasing a new Chance.

Hopefully ... More
i dont' think the warranty would apply here, as i did something to the toy, and it's really not the poor toy's fault. that i was drunk. and dumb.
05/26/2012
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by Kindred
The package says that Sil-Poxy is a skin irritant, so I would use caution if using on an insertable. It may be safe, but I would check the ingredients very carefully.
ooh, that doesn't make me feel good. i may just wince every time i see the thing from now on and be sure to clean out the hole with a Qtip and some peroxide before use.

sigh.



but thanks for trying to help out, guys!
05/26/2012
J5ive J5ive
If it pure silicone boiling should work
05/26/2012
Peggi Peggi
Can't give any advice or solution to your problem but it looks like others did, but I'm really sorry your toy was messed up darn that Tequila and its toy abusing powers!
05/27/2012
tA tA
You can use 100% silicone sealant to glue the hole shut. I had a seadragon that looked like it had leprosy and I fixed it up good like that. :3
05/27/2012
dv8 dv8
I'm glad you didn't bite your partner instead.
05/27/2012
ScottA ScottA
I wouldn't use the Sil-Poxy - it's probably RTV-type silicone, which releases acetic acid during curing. Since the silicone of the dildo is already cured (and catalyst-type), it's questionable how well the RTV would adhere.

I'd take a razor and "dish out" the bite mark to a gradual depression so it can be cleaned out. If you can clean it then bleach will sanitize. If you don't want to do that then boiling will sanitize whether or not it is clean - but it will be harder to clean it out.
05/28/2012
GONE! GONE!
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
I wouldn't use the Sil-Poxy - it's probably RTV-type silicone, which releases acetic acid during curing. Since the silicone of the dildo is already cured (and catalyst-type), it's questionable how well the RTV would adhere.

I'd ... More
This is what I would do. I would mess with it until the damage was easier to clean. I'm sorry this happened to you, I'm glad I don't seem to be interested in my toys when drunk because I bet I would do stuff like this too!
05/28/2012
lexical lexical
I think you'll be fine with just boiling it. I also have a Bad Dragon toy and I love it! I'd be so sad if something happened to it! How awful!
05/28/2012
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