Safety and Storage Question

sktb0007 sktb0007
I've read a few reviews that mention not to store certain toys around other certain toys... I don't fully understand this. Why is it?

Also, if toys are in pouches, can they still be stored beside each other or do they have to be in seperate drawers regardless if they are in pouches or not..?

Thanks!
09/16/2011
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Coralbell Coralbell
Materials like jelly and TPR can react with each other and melt if they are stored touching each other. If you keep them in pouches you should be fine. Stable materials like silicone, glass, metal, and wood can be stored touching each other with no problems.
09/16/2011
- Kira - - Kira -
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Originally posted by Coralbell
Materials like jelly and TPR can react with each other and melt if they are stored touching each other. If you keep them in pouches you should be fine. Stable materials like silicone, glass, metal, and wood can be stored touching each other with no ... More
This and also don't keep silicone lube next to silicone toys no matter how well you think the lid will work. It will undoubtably leak and ruin stuff. Hubby made this mistake and has ruined half my toy collection from things either getting sticky and gross or silicone toys rotting out. Yuck.
09/16/2011
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
It's not just a toys-on-toys thing either. We had a TPR cock ring get permanently stuck to a non latex rubber key fob once.
09/17/2011
Elnoa Elnoa
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Originally posted by Alan & Michele
It's not just a toys-on-toys thing either. We had a TPR cock ring get permanently stuck to a non latex rubber key fob once.
That's because TPR and rubber are basically the same thing. Rubber = Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR)
09/17/2011
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
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Originally posted by Elnoa
That's because TPR and rubber are basically the same thing. Rubber = Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR)
True, but we've seen some PVCs and jelly called "rubber" too. Rubber used to mean latex, but now it seems that word has become a total catch-all term for anything that's rubbery feeling (lol)
09/17/2011
Elnoa Elnoa
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Originally posted by Alan & Michele
True, but we've seen some PVCs and jelly called "rubber" too. Rubber used to mean latex, but now it seems that word has become a total catch-all term for anything that's rubbery feeling (lol)
I think it's because the technical definition of a rubber is a "polymer made from latex, or a synthetic polymer of similar composition".
09/18/2011
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