TPR Silicone Safety Rating

tearex tearex
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Why is TPR silicone so much less safe than regular silicone? And is TPR silicone still unsafe to use with silicone lube?
04/23/2012
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by tearex
Why is TPR silicone so much less safe than regular silicone? And is TPR silicone still unsafe to use with silicone lube?
It is still somewhat porous since it is a blend. It is still a good material it's just you cannot share unless you use a condom over it. Silicone lube is not recommended, you could try a spot test though. Just put a drop on a unusable area and wipe it off. If you notice and change to the material it's a no go.
04/23/2012
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
It is still somewhat porous since it is a blend. It is still a good material it's just you cannot share unless you use a condom over it. Silicone lube is not recommended, you could try a spot test though. Just put a drop on a unusable area and ... More
Adding on to what ToyTimeTim said above, TPR silicone cannot be completely sterilized so even if your toy is exclusive to you, I would throw it away in the event of infection.

I hate that the material name includes "silicone," I think it creates confusion.
04/23/2012
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
TPR silicones can contain a minimum of 10% silicone for the name. That 90% difference can be huge
04/23/2012
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