Silicone reacting to silicone?

Silicone reacting to silicone?

Naughty Student Naughty Student
Ok, I was just wondering if the people of the forum tend to agree that a toy made of medical grade silicone will not react to another toy made of medical grade silicone.

AND, also, do you think that the only way a silicone could melt/react would be if it were a lower grade type of silicone such as TPE silicone?

Just wanting feedback so I can clarify one of my reviews .
12/23/2009
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Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I have heard of high quality silicone reacting with things like jelly but I just toss my silicone next to eachother.
12/23/2009
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
I don't think you should run into trouble when dealing with quality silicone products (I still keep mine separate, but that's just me). A company can call something silicone when it has impurities, but if it is from a reputable company they will let you know what it is truly made of. Usually if the materials are listed as medical grade, pure, or premium silicone you should be pretty good. My guess is that a pure silicone toy that came in contact with a TPR silicone toy would probably only have surface damage while the TPR silicone toy would deform or melt.
12/23/2009
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
I keep all my silicone, elastomed (smartballs) and plastic toys together with no issues.

Jelly - and jelly like materials - I store separately.
12/23/2009
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
That would be all toys I KNOW are silicone. I have gotten at least one that claimed to be medical grade and was not.

I do the flame test on everything now.
12/23/2009
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by Carrie Ann
That would be all toys I KNOW are silicone. I have gotten at least one that claimed to be medical grade and was not.

I do the flame test on everything now.
please explain: flame test?
12/23/2009
Gary Gary
Oh yeah... the flame test. I forget the specific temperatures, but pure medical grade silicone can withstand a lot of heat, and what Carrie Ann was talking about was holding a lighter flame up to the silicone. If the silicone is high quality it will not be affected. Of course this is not a recommended practice.
12/23/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
Oh yeah... the flame test. I forget the specific temperatures, but pure medical grade silicone can withstand a lot of heat, and what Carrie Ann was talking about was holding a lighter flame up to the silicone. If the silicone is high quality it will ...
But fire is fun!

I would recommend doing it to some non-insertable part of a toy. Maybe a handle.. just in case you do like the toy but it's not pure silicone, it won't be ruined
12/24/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
Oh yeah... the flame test. I forget the specific temperatures, but pure medical grade silicone can withstand a lot of heat, and what Carrie Ann was talking about was holding a lighter flame up to the silicone. If the silicone is high quality it will ...
But fire is fun!

I would recommend doing it to some non-insertable part of a toy. Maybe a handle.. just in case you do like the toy but it's not pure silicone, it won't be ruined
12/24/2009
El-Jaro El-Jaro
huh...set it on fire...why didn't i think of that? That's my usual test for things

So, does that apply to just toys? What about implants? jk
12/24/2009
LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
huh...set it on fire...why didn't i think of that? That's my usual test for things

So, does that apply to just toys? What about implants? jk
LMAO

Carrie Ann is the resident pyro and sets all her toys on fire so that we don't have to. Thank you Carrie Ann!

And no, taking a lighter to someone's boobs to check if they are real will only get you punched, Mr Sauce.


Happy Holidays Y'all!
12/24/2009
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
LMAO

Carrie Ann is the resident pyro and sets all her toys on fire so that we don't have to. Thank you Carrie Ann!

And no, taking a lighter to someone's boobs to check if they are real will only get you punched, Mr Sauce. ...
HAHAHAH!

Happy Holidays!
12/24/2009
Kynky Kytty Kynky Kytty
Quote:
Originally posted by Carrie Ann
I keep all my silicone, elastomed (smartballs) and plastic toys together with no issues.

Jelly - and jelly like materials - I store separately.
So, I would not have to worry about being maniac about keeping all my Fun Factory toys separated from each other? Might save me some space in my toy box... for new ones.
01/09/2010
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