Do you know when to throw out your jelly toys?

Do you know when to throw out your jelly toys?

wist wist
Jelly toys rank pretty low on material safety since they're porous. Since cleaning them is harder, do you know when they've outlived their prime and it's time to toss 'em?
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wist wist
Their safety rating is why I don't buy these toys.
12/30/2016
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Long before silicone toys hit the market - jelly was about the only option besides PVC. Both my wife and I developed a sensitivity to jelly - so that it burned during use - BIG buss kill!

Silicone toys to the rescue
01/03/2017
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Jelly visibly begins to stain and become porous, once you can feel the roughness under your fingertip it really is time to throw out or buy a replacement jelly sheath. Jelly toys, especially generic ones, can usually be salvaged and revitalised.
01/05/2017
Lvstoplay Lvstoplay
It it starts to look discolored or cracked, or feels rough I'd throw it away (or recycle it), however I honestly prefer silicone toys and seldom buy anything else.
03/20/2017
Total posts: 5
Unique posters: 4