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honeybunny honeybunny
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Are you not worried aboutsplinters from wooden toys?
12/08/2010
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Jul!a Jul!a
Honestly, not really, even tho I freely confess to not owning any wooden toys at this current moment. I'm sure wooden toy owners can phrase it better than I can, but really any wooden toy that comes from a legit manufacturer will have a finish to it that shouldn't wear off, or has been polished to a point that the only way to end up with splinters is to damage it in some way.
12/08/2010
mariah mariah
i would for shure use a condom with a woooden toy.. but i dont think i would use a wooden toy they seem boring and way to hard.. but i guess at some point i can try
12/08/2010
ToyGeek ToyGeek
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Originally posted by honeybunny
Are you not worried aboutsplinters from wooden toys?
Wooden toys are sealed with a special treatment, and are no more likely to give you splinters than a good quality wooden salad bowl. Wood is actually one of the safer materials.
12/08/2010
leela leela
Wood is great. Totally safe. You don't even need to use condoms with it, unless you're sharing.
12/10/2010
CanMan CanMan
You would have to be very ruff with them a wooden toy to break it. They are sealed with something that make them smooth and durable.
12/13/2010
kermi91 kermi91
I've often wondered about this. The idea of a wooden toy makes me nervous because it seems so hard but I always imagined quality ones would have a finish to protect from splinters.
12/13/2010
Shellz31 Shellz31
Not since asking a simular question a couple of months ago. I'd try one when I get a chance.
12/14/2010
Skitlz Skitlz
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Originally posted by honeybunny
Are you not worried aboutsplinters from wooden toys?
Wood is great, We have a few toys from nob essence and they have been fine. Easy to clean, very smooth, and some of the shapes are amazing.
03/16/2011
CeltGirl CeltGirl
You don't have to worry about splinters at all! This toy is one of the most-used in my collection, and I've never had any kinds of problems. It's totally sealed, smooth, and lovely.
07/02/2011
Shade Shade
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Originally posted by Jul!a
Honestly, not really, even tho I freely confess to not owning any wooden toys at this current moment. I'm sure wooden toy owners can phrase it better than I can, but really any wooden toy that comes from a legit manufacturer will have a finish to ... More
I agree with your response. Unless under anything but normal use, it shouldn't splinter. At least according tot he usual wooden toy owners have said, it shouldn't.
02/02/2013
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