Failed the Flame Test?

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Failed the Flame Test?

TJtheMadHatter TJtheMadHatter
The first time I ever did the flame test, the product failed. It was the Geisha Plug Diamond. Fortunately, I hated the product, so it wasn't too much of a loss.
05/25/2013
Woman China Woman China
I don't see the point.

Last year, it seemed "popular" to flame test toys, so there were many reviews with the test results in them. So if I had a toy that they tested, why would I need too?

And since all of my frequently used silicone toys are from Jopen, Fun Factory and Lelo... I really don't see the point in doing that!
05/25/2013
edeneve edeneve
Quote:
Originally posted by Woman China
I don't see the point.

Last year, it seemed "popular" to flame test toys, so there were many reviews with the test results in them. So if I had a toy that they tested, why would I need too?

And since all of my frequently ...
good to know Woman China. I'm very reluctant to do this test knowing what the risk is unless it's a toy I don't like or it's broken.
05/25/2013
TJax TJax
Never heard of it, but it sounds like something that could become expensive if I started testing toys.
05/26/2013
Basalt Basalt
Some people feel that the risk is in using a toy labeled as silicone that is not pure silicone. If the toy is pure silicone, there isn't much of a risk in performing a flame test since the toy won't be damaged. If the toy fails the test and isn't pure silicone, some people would not want to use the toy anyway, so there's no risk of loss.

You should only test the toys if the outcome matters to you, not as just a frivolous experiment. Of course, if someone has already verified the manufacturer/toy as being reliably 100% silicone, there is also no need to test the toy yourself.
05/28/2013
WestTexasBarbie WestTexasBarbie
There's a flame test?
06/01/2013
AliMc AliMc
I've never done one myself but it seems it's not 100% accurate anyway. This is why we need to support Dildology!
06/02/2013
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