Questions about UR3

Contributor: Horse.on.Fire Horse.on.Fire
I understand that UR3 is very porous. What's the great risk in using it if you wash it each time? Is there a special way to clean it? I tried using a condom over it, but it just didn't feel the same.
01/28/2013
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Contributor: Girly Juice Girly Juice
The problem with porous toys is that washing them doesn't actually get them clean, because the bacteria gets into the pores of the toy and stays there. It can't really be disinfected or cleaned by any method, so it's recommended that you use condoms with porous toys and/or replace them every 6-12 months or so.
01/29/2013
Contributor: Horse.on.Fire Horse.on.Fire
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Originally posted by Girly Juice
The problem with porous toys is that washing them doesn't actually get them clean, because the bacteria gets into the pores of the toy and stays there. It can't really be disinfected or cleaned by any method, so it's recommended that you ...
Thank you for responding. Now I don't want to sound ignorant..., but isn't the rectum a place where bacteria exists? What exactly is the danger? I've used it numerous times with no ill effects.
01/29/2013
Contributor: WXB WXB
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Originally posted by Horse.on.Fire
Thank you for responding. Now I don't want to sound ignorant..., but isn't the rectum a place where bacteria exists? What exactly is the danger? I've used it numerous times with no ill effects.
I've been wondering the same thing and am considering buying a UR3 product. I've been using VixSkin & Sil-a-Gel but am looking for something larger than what I have and not as hard as the Sil-a-Gel (VixSkin/silicone selections are rather limited given my criteria). Are you still not having any problems not using condoms? Thanks.
07/20/2013
Contributor: Horse.on.Fire Horse.on.Fire
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Originally posted by WXB
I've been wondering the same thing and am considering buying a UR3 product. I've been using VixSkin & Sil-a-Gel but am looking for something larger than what I have and not as hard as the Sil-a-Gel (VixSkin/silicone selections are rather ...
As far as I know, none. Get back to me if you find out more.
07/20/2013
Contributor: veggieguy veggieguy
And the UR3 material ios not phthalate-free, which means they could cause cancer.
08/30/2013