Silicone torture test 02: Burn test

ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
In part two of my torture tests, I have pulled out my welding torch for your pyromaniac pleasure. This is not to be confused with flame testing silicone toys, no folks this is pretty much for fun. It does show a little bit of how silicone reacts to heat, you will notice that when the torch is taken away the silicone's flame goes out. It does destroy the silicone toy beyond use but it does fare better than the TPE.

PLEASE, do not do this at home folks. I cannot stress this enough. The smoke can be toxic and the silicone will release silica with can cause major problems in the lungs.
05/09/2012
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Is everyone just so shocked they can't type???
05/09/2012
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
oh man - this is so awesome. but dang i bet that smelled... AWFUL. TPE is so gross.

i'm a little saddened to see the silicone destroyed - i had way too much faith in it. i think somewhere in my silicone-worshipping heart i assumed it immortal.


you KILLED IT!

COCK RING MURDERER!!!


thank you so much for these videos - they're so freaking helpful.
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by aliceinthehole
oh man - this is so awesome. but dang i bet that smelled... AWFUL. TPE is so gross.

i'm a little saddened to see the silicone destroyed - i had way too much faith in it. i think somewhere in my silicone-worshipping heart i assumed it ... More
Here's the thing, Platinum cured silicone melts at around 450-500 deg. that torch is designed to melt steel and burns around 6,330 °F. There is not one sex toy material that can withstand my torch.
05/09/2012
Gracie Gracie
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Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Is everyone just so shocked they can't type???
I think so! Truly I dont know what to say!
05/09/2012
Loriandhubby Loriandhubby
I think i read somewhere that you are not supose to TPE in the landfills. Has anyone eles heard this?

great video Tim! I love it!!
05/09/2012
Buttercup Green Buttercup Green
Those poor cock rings. Although I would never attempt this (mainly because I don't have the materials), it looked like you had so much fun! I think you could melt anything with your awesome torch, and we would all just sit back and makes noises like, "ooohhh" and "aahhh". I am kind of amazed at how fast the TPE one caught fire. I learned some things today. Thanks Tim!
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Gracie
I think so! Truly I dont know what to say!
In that case, I'll take that as a compliment.
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Loriandhubby
I think i read somewhere that you are not supose to TPE in the landfills. Has anyone eles heard this?

great video Tim! I love it!!
Not heard that but it would not surprise me.

Thanks, glad you like it.
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Buttercup Green
Those poor cock rings. Although I would never attempt this (mainly because I don't have the materials), it looked like you had so much fun! I think you could melt anything with your awesome torch, and we would all just sit back and makes noises ... More
I did have fun, that's why I do these.

I was pretty surprised too. I knew about TPR but not TPE. Just shows us why it is not to safe to flame test toys.
05/09/2012
FemmeFlo FemmeFlo
Holy wow, Toy Time Tim. You are a hardcore toy tester. You should do that for a living.
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by FemmeFlo
Holy wow, Toy Time Tim. You are a hardcore toy tester. You should do that for a living.
Just a hobby...well sort of. lol I do like to test stuff, my last test of glass was a big hit so I figured I would do some more.
05/09/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
"Well, Mr. Firefighter, I set my dildos on fire to confirm the integrity of the material, and as you can see, my house is now a smoking crater."

That's how I'd explain it. Simple enough.

I also love what you say before the test about how you were going to use a match, but that wouldn't be as much fun as a FRICKIN' BLOWTORCH!!! That sounds like a line off of Mythbusters.

Fun to watch. The TPE goo made me think of the blob monster.
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
"Well, Mr. Firefighter, I set my dildos on fire to confirm the integrity of the material, and as you can see, my house is now a smoking crater."

That's how I'd explain it. Simple enough.

I also love what you say ... More
I would love to see that Rin!

Well, you know me.

It did look like the Blob, now I just need to make it move around a bit.
05/09/2012
Rossie Rossie
Thanks for the burn test. Can't believe the TPE burned so fast.
05/09/2012
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by Rossie
Thanks for the burn test. Can't believe the TPE burned so fast.
Just keep in mind when you say "Can't believe the TPE burned so fast" that it was being hit with a 4500 degree torch. Most things totally catch on fire at this temperature.
05/09/2012
Feisty Feisty
ahah can't believe that this was put to the test!
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Rossie
Thanks for the burn test. Can't believe the TPE burned so fast.
Pretty surprising for sure. I have done a few other materials like UR3 and Jelly dildos and they burned for a long time, too bad the memory card was not in the camera.

But like Gary is saying, not to many materials can withstand the heat of that torch.
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by Feisty
ahah can't believe that this was put to the test!
Yup, and there is more to come, keep an eye out for the smash test coming soon. A sledge hammer and my full size truck are involved.
05/09/2012
EvilHomer EvilHomer
I love that your "piece of plate" is in fact an old brake rotor.
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by EvilHomer
I love that your "piece of plate" is in fact an old brake rotor.
Yes it is, courtesy of my wife's Explorer.
05/09/2012
TransMarc TransMarc
Hmm, that's interesting! I always wondered how it would burn. Keep doing these experiences, please
05/09/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by TransMarc
Hmm, that's interesting! I always wondered how it would burn. Keep doing these experiences, please
Certainly, if you have any suggestions just ask.
05/09/2012
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by Gary
Just keep in mind when you say "Can't believe the TPE burned so fast" that it was being hit with a 4500 degree torch. Most things totally catch on fire at this temperature.
I know. Just saying that because the silicone ring didn't react as instantaneously as the TPE one.
05/09/2012
VelvetDragon VelvetDragon
Awesome test! I also love burning things, perhaps that's why I work in ceramics. Hahaha.
05/10/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by VelvetDragon
Awesome test! I also love burning things, perhaps that's why I work in ceramics. Hahaha.
I think there is a little pyro in all of us.

Glad you like it!
05/10/2012
RomanticGoth RomanticGoth
Wow! This just made my day.
05/10/2012
Khanner Khanner
Wow, that silicone is a pretty hardy material. I expected it to be just ash at the end.
05/10/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by RomanticGoth
Wow! This just made my day.
Happy to hear that!
05/10/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by Khanner
Wow, that silicone is a pretty hardy material. I expected it to be just ash at the end.
Right? I thought it may turn into a blob like the TPE or something. Just goes to show how good silicone is.
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