Stained toy

Stained toy

Coralbell Coralbell
I got a white WTP Akmeo and the first time I used it it got stained I was using it with a purple vibrator on my clit and when I was cleaning it afterwards I saw a purple stain on my Akmeo. I'm a perfectionist and I know it's going to drive me crazy to the point where I almost won't want to use it anymore.

Does anyone have suggestions for how to get the stain off, or is it most likely permanent? Also do you know if silicone can get stained? Now I'm paranoid about my toys touching each other or anything else.
08/18/2010
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Sir Sir
Silicone can get stained, and you should not let toys touch each other. Next time, make sure to use a condom. The toy's stain will most likely not come off by anything.
08/18/2010
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
Unfortunately, it's most likely a permanent stain. I had something like that happen with my favorite toy; I let it rest against the paper information sheet that had come with the toy, and when I picked it up, there were words on my toy!

That was a few months ago, and the stain hasn't been washed out nor worn off.


It probably won't ever come off, but if it doesn't hurt the integrity of the toy, just cover it with a coloured condom so you won't even have to think about it. Was the second toy silicone, too? How long were they touching?
08/18/2010
Coralbell Coralbell
I thought that non-porous materials wouldn't be able to stain permanently, but I guess not. The second toy was plastic. I keep everything seperated while it's stored but apparently they came into contact for a few minutes while I was using them. I guess I'll just have to try and avoid that in the future. I don't really want to buy condoms just to stop colours from bleeding. And I won't be buying any more white toys because at least if it was coloured the mark wouldn't show so badly.
08/18/2010
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
Now that I think about it, the toy that I had that got lettered up was white, too! Maybe it's just the curse of snow white toys?
08/19/2010
Coralbell Coralbell
I've had it soaking in bleach and water for the last couple hours and the stain is lightening up. I'm gonna leave it in for a few more hours and see what happens.
08/20/2010
Sanjay Sanjay
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Originally posted by Coralbell
I've had it soaking in bleach and water for the last couple hours and the stain is lightening up. I'm gonna leave it in for a few more hours and see what happens.
Couldn't that degrade the material on the outside?? I'm not sure, but you might want to be careful about that...
08/20/2010
Annemarie Annemarie
Quote:
Originally posted by Coralbell
I've had it soaking in bleach and water for the last couple hours and the stain is lightening up. I'm gonna leave it in for a few more hours and see what happens.
WTP isn't supposed to be bleached! That will degrade the material and make it unusable.


WTP is slightly porous (it is TPE, I believe) and therefore will soak up some things. I own the Burgono and try not to use it with anything else, because it too is white.
08/20/2010
Coralbell Coralbell
Oops, didn't know I wasn't supposed to bleach it
08/20/2010
Coralbell Coralbell
The stain came out and it looks totally fine, but could I have damaged the material without it being noticeable at all?
08/20/2010
Coralbell Coralbell
Quote:
Originally posted by Annemarie
WTP isn't supposed to be bleached! That will degrade the material and make it unusable.


WTP is slightly porous (it is TPE, I believe) and therefore will soak up some things. I own the Burgono and try not to use it with anything else, ...
According to the material information it is completely non-porous.
08/20/2010
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