What can go with what

What can go with what

sextoygeek sextoygeek
So I've been looking over some posts and hear mostly about pure silicone toys. But what about jelly and TPR? Is it just best to keep them completely separate? I had one toy melt but others were completely fine. Also since I don't have my original packaging, I find it hard which website to believe what a toy is because I've noticed other stores will list TPR toys as jelly and vice versa. So yeah... just confused!
08/20/2010
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Pleasure Piratess Pleasure Piratess
I would try looking at the manufacturer's website and going with the information on there... if TPR is being listed as Jelly my guess is that it is either a mistake on someone's part or that particular store hasn't bothered to make that many material subcatergories (unlike EF, who rocks!).
To make things more confusing.. many sites will say that a toy is silicone when that toy is infact only 10% silicone and a mixture of other materials (crazy, right?). And from my understanding... there is not too much risk that a 100% silicone toy is going to melt, but because there COULD be other ingrediants it just isn't worth the risk of ruining an expensive toy. I think as long as they are kept in separate pouches they can pretty much be together, although I would still separate from questionable materials just to be on the safe side.
08/20/2010
Annemarie Annemarie
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Originally posted by sextoygeek
So I've been looking over some posts and hear mostly about pure silicone toys. But what about jelly and TPR? Is it just best to keep them completely separate? I had one toy melt but others were completely fine. Also since I don't have my ...
I keep all my squooshy (i.e. non-glass or metal) toys separate from each other in plastic baggies just in case.

I have read that Tantus keeps all of their silicone toys together in bins before packaging, and that most premium silicone (Tantus, Vixen, LELO, etc) will not react to each other. But why risk it?
08/20/2010
sextoygeek sextoygeek
Yeah, I don't have any real silicone or glass toys yet. Mostly ones that just say a small part or just an area is silicone. I had posted about toy storage and I looked at Dollar Tree but couldn't find any nice baggies. I'll keep looking though.
08/21/2010
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