It should also be noted that one way to tell the difference between a really-bad porous material like PVC and a semi-bad porous material like TPR is also odor – generally speaking, TPR/TPE doesn’t have a bad odor.
A well-made toy shouldn’t have any lingering odors. A slight odor when you first open up the packaging – ok, I’ll consent to that. But it should not linger on the toy for very long if it is truly just part of the cleaning process or something to do with the packaging. Your supposed TPR toy could actually be PVC, or jelly/rubber.
TPE being a type of soft plastic, just like when you purchase a brand new pair of shoes, your doll will have a slight smell at first, as she was put in the box not long after having been manufactured.
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Vibrators, Dildos & More Hypoallergenic, no smell, no taste and does not contain phthalates. Elastomers and TPE / TPR (a.k.a. TPR Silicone ) sex toys are nontoxic and are very durable, however, the contain pores and must be cleaned well (best done with a sex toy cleaner ) and air dried to ensure they do not harbor bacteria.
With that being said, TPE is the most reliable choice. Vibrators and Dildos with TPE are generally going to be very soft, flexible, and hold elasticity. TPE toys will need to be covered at all ...
For things like masturbators, it’s a little bit more lenient – but a TPE/TPR dildo/butt plug will retain odour no matter how much you clean it. So for anal use, I would personally steer clear. To clean a toy made from TPE, this is best down with water and toy cleaner, and then patted dry with a lint free towel.
TPE/TPR sex toys 🙁. Approach TPE and TPR toys with caution. This is the safest on this “avoid” list. Non-toxic but may still be porous, so I still recommend that you avoid it. If you absolutely must buy this, use a condom over it. TPE sex toys have been known to retain things like HPV, so definitely no sharing.
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.
The Smell – toxic toys have a strong chemical smell, which never goes away completely, even with repeated washings. See-Through Dildos – Not all see-through dildos are toxic, but most are. If it is see-though and flexible and soft, it’s probably toxic.