Basically all of the jelly dildos have melted, lost their shape, snapped in half, or become unrecognizable. ALL of the cheap Amazon dildos have melted. When I show you the jar from the bottom, you can see the melted jelly rubber pooling into an ominous creamy white goo. Sexy.
It's the cheap rubber. It can melt. Are your other toys safe to use? As safe as they were before this happened. Your suction dildo looks like it's made of some porous rubber as well. Ask the folks over at r/sextoys what they think about this
More Dildos Melted images
Uh-oh, dildo meltdown. Don’t tell me, let me guess – one of those dildos was made of Cyberskin and the other one was some sort of rubber. The goopiness is a result of a chemical reaction between the two polymers where the dildos were touching. Lifelike Cyberskin materials will react with rubber and start to break down.
The dildos in the photo below have been in the drawer for many months, with no disfigurement, no “melting”, no leaching of oils, no damage whatsoever. So when you hear that you cannot store your silicone sex toys like this, touching?
See more videos for Dildos Melted
06/21/2013. ScottA. Quote: Originally posted by Master DarkWolf. Some materials do, especially if they touch certain other materials. Even some silicone toys can melt, at least that's what I read a few times online. Some silicone toys + some silicone lubes don't mix (the silicone in the lube attaches itself to the silicone in the toy making a ...
To really see the bigger picture with my infamous Jar of Melted Sex Toys (aka Jar of Horrors) it helps to see the progression of the jar all at once. This month marks 3 years since I first decided to toss some manky sex toy bits into a glass jar and begin my Smitten-Kitten inspired experiment. Over these three years the jar has changed a lot and if you take a step back from the initial "ew, so ...
If you do not have the original packaging anymore, wrap the dildo in a soft, lint free cloth and store it in a drawer or box. Make sure the entire device is wrapped up. If a silicone surface touches another silicone surface, they can melt together! Melting does not happen with rubber or PVC surfaces.
Dildos made from melted plastic, usually labeled as jelly, TPE, TPR, are considered risky. They leak toxic chemicals, smell awful, and have a porous surface, so they are tough to clean. Porous dildos will absorb bacteria, dust, and fecal matter, and get gunky after a few months.