Rabbit vibrator curiosity.

abrasivezen abrasivezen
I bought a First Time Jack Rabbit some time ago, and after a few uses I had to throw it out. The TPE melted in my toy box for some reason, flattening out in places. My room wasn't warm (it was winter, and my room's always freezing), and it was fine after uses/cleanings, but every time I opened the box it was in worse shape.

I'm thinking about getting another one, but I don't want to make the investment if this is going to happen again. Anyone have any thoughts?
Aug 10, 2:17 pm
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dv8 dv8
One word: silicone.
Aug 11, 3:21 am
Mr. E Mr. E
I agree with dv8. Pure Silicone is the way to go.
Aug 11, 8:25 pm
dv8 dv8
I'll elaborate if you need more info but the forums already have plenty of information about why silicone is a great material and why TPE is a horrible one.
Aug 11, 10:53 pm
edeneve edeneve
any degrading of a toy's material isn't good. TPE is actually above average according to EF's safety material guide. you can read about it in the materials safety guide or go online & research it. is it possible you stored the vibe in contact w/ some less stable material or even the same type of material?

the possibility of a toy's material degrading always exists when touching a toy with low quality material. it can even damage silicone when not storing toys safely. but even toys made of silicone are subject to degrading when in contact w/ other toys made of silicone.

after doing quite a bit of research online, I have discovered that no toy is made of 'pure silicone' despite claims made. any adult product company can make false claims & there isn't anything that prevents that from happening. to echo above recommendations, the silicone that adult toys are made of are considered the safest material.

in my reviews, I always recommend storing toys separately to prevent any damage to their material. really, prevention is the best protection for preserving toy material. although, some will melt or bleed color anyway.
Aug 22, 9:10 pm
Mr. E Mr. E
We store our 100% silicone toys loose in a drawer together,. No baggies, no packaging, nothing. The toys are all in contact with one another and free to mingle as they wish once the drawer is closed. No protection what so ever. We have stored our sizable collection of Tantus, Vixen, Happy Valley, etc. like this for years. We also have separate drawers for glass, metal toys and leather goods. I agree that some materials can bleed or melt causing damage to surrounding toys. This is why we gathered up our questionable toys, double bagged them and sent them to the county landfill for permanent storage.
Aug 22, 10:28 pm
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