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Elastomer

 
 
 

Material safety

Components

Components

Thermal plastic elastomer
Properties

Properties

Elastomer comes from two terms, elastic (describing the ability of a material to return to its original shape when a load is removed) and mer (from polymer, in which poly means many and mer means parts) Elastomers start out soft and have product added to make them harder. This type of material is ideal for manufacturing a variety of textures.
Hygiene And Maintenance

Hygiene And Maintenance

Elastomer is less porous than cyberskin but more porous than silicone so we recommend using condoms when sharing. Elastomer toys cannot be disinfected with boiling water. You can wash them with warm water and toy cleaner or mild soap.
Lubricants

Lubricants

Silicone, water

 

Example

Maven

Maven

 
In alphabetical order
Acetate Fishnet PassionSkin Sil-a-Gel
Acrylic Foam Patent leather Silicone
Agate Food grade PVC Phthalate Free PVC Silk
Aluminum Futurotic Plastic SoftSkins
AquaGel Futurotic Plus PleasureSkin SoftTouch
Aventurine Industrial net Plush Spandex
Better-Than-Real Intramed Polished steel Sponge
Borosilicate glass Jel-Lee Poly-melt Stainless steel
Brocade Jelly Polyamid Sterling silver
Ceramic Lace Polyester Stone
Chiffon Lacquer cote Polyethylene Suede
Chrome alloy Lambskin Polyurethane Superskin
Cotton Latex Private Touch Techno-skin
Crystalessence Leather PU coated plastic Tempered glass
Cyberglass Loveclone RX Pure skin TPE
CyberSilicone Lucite Pvc TPR
Cyberskin Lycra Pyrex glass TPR Silicone
Diamond net Mesh Rabbit fur Trueskin
E-glass Metal Realskin Ultra realistic 3.0 (UR3)
Elaspan Microfiber Rubber Velvet
Elastomed Neoprene Rubber cote Velvet cote
Elastomer New supersoft Sandstone Vinyl
Fake fur Non-Latex Satin Vinyl rubber
Faux fur Non-porous TPR Semi-precious stone VixSkin
Faux-leather Nylon SensaFirm Wood
Feather O2 Senso WTP
Fence net Opulux Senso Plus