After reading your blog, I decided to do a flame test on the dildo. Within 2 seconds of the flame touching the dildo, it immediately started on fire. The entire thing was covered in light blue flames. To give it a fair chance, I tried it on 2 different spots (the shaft and the base), and both had the same results.
The core of the Fleshstixxx dildo is made of silexpan, and I lack information about how that material would be expected to react to a flame test. In both tests, though, it became slightly melty/sticky- if you look closely at the video, I was able to leave a thumbprint in the still-warm silexpan.
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You can try a flame test to confirm that your toy is 100% silicone: You should be able to hold a lighter to the toy for a quick spot check without the toy’s surface melting (PDF). We recommend ...
The Flame Test A common material in jelly toys in benzene which is highly flammable. By taking a flame to your dildo you can check that it is silicone and not jelly.
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Thank you guys for encouraging me to do this video! I was genuinely concerned. Clear sex toys are so often made from jelly, which is a toxic material. Your g...
Dildology: The Science of Sex Toys. Backstory: I like to flame test my silicone sex toys, and pretty much do it to every item. When the JimmyJane Hello Touch failed my flame test, I first showed it to some other industry professionals and peers at CatalystCon who agreed with my thoughts that it didn’t appear to be pure silicone.
Flame Test To test plastic toys you can use a bunsen burner and tongs to see if your toy’s material is flammable. If your toy does not burn at all, it’s a good-quality silicone.
For those that don't know that flame test is when you put a match or some other flame under the toy. Pure silicone shouldn't melt at these temperatures, while a silicone blend will melt or burn. I fire-test any toy I suspect is not 100% silicone.