Where do I find silicone to make my own sex toy?

Contributor: smlove smlove
I have a great sex toy idea, but have no clue on where to buy silicone that either comes in liquid form, or powder form so I can make it liquid, to then pour it into a mold. I don't want to buy a clone-a-willy kit, I want to find my own medical grade silicone, but so far I can only find 'sheets' of it that can be cut up.
I'm not keen on melting something, cause that stuff can take the heat so it'd need to be hot.
Any help would be great.
09/21/2012
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Quote:
Originally posted by smlove
I have a great sex toy idea, but have no clue on where to buy silicone that either comes in liquid form, or powder form so I can make it liquid, to then pour it into a mold. I don't want to buy a clone-a-willy kit, I want to find my own medical ... more
I found "Mold Star" and "PlatSil" silicone available online. It was about $150-180 for 10-15 gallons of it. But it's unclear how pure it is and whether someone would want to use it for insertion internally.

Silicone comes in a variety of formulations requiring different manufacturing processes and resulting in different properties such as hardness, durability, etc. Some also require precision weighing, temperature-controlled curing, etc. So I don't think it will be easy to find what type you need, and it may not be easy to work with.

My guess is that rubber will be easier to work with for a beginner.
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Contributor: ToyGeek ToyGeek
The melting point of silicone is really high, so you'd need the proper equipment and skills to accomplish it without burning down your house.
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Contributor: js250 js250
Silicone is a very difficult material to work with in the grade you would want.
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