Any of the odor-causing methods below will make the silicone sex toy stink if it still stinks when they package it up. Then, the odors are trapped in the airtight packaging and not releasing until you open it. Items packaged only in cardboard, that are never then shrink-wrapped in plastic, will probably have no-to-low odor because of the cardboard.
Plastic Sex Toys While still being relatively cheap, plastic is much safer from a health perspective than jelly. To start off – most plastic material does not use phthalates (but still check if you aren’t sure).
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Put a half cup of soda in a gallon of water and throw the toy in. Give it a good soaking. Repeat this part of the cleaning if you don’t feel confident that the smell is coming out. The baking soda won’t damage the toy at all. Then spray the toy with Febreze. You can also tag-team the spray freshener with a toy cleaner solution if you like.
Many sex toy shoppers encounter jelly toys in their shopping. These toys normally have a semi-clear appearance and come in a range of colors. They’re made from plastic that’s softened with extra phthalates to give them that jellyfish texture.
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Cleaning and storing your sex toy may be the last thing on your mind, but skipping it could affect your health and your toy’s shelf life. ... and even smell. ... ABS plastic is hard, and jelly ...
ABS is a non-porous hard plastic used by a lot of middle-of-the-road and high-end sex toy manufacturers. It’s easy to clean and generally smooth (although some lower quality sex toys will have seams), but it can be a little buzzy when transferring vibrations.
It’s made of PVC silicone so it isn’t 100 percent silicone and may have that classic toy smell at first. It’s 7.8 inches long in total (maybe six insertable) and 1.65 inches in diameter.
Most sex toys and bondage gear will use the flexible form for its shiny, stretchy and slick qualities. It also tends to have a strong smell of plastic. Is it safe?