You SHOULDN’T use such toys with silicone or oil lubricants. THE CONCLUSION: silicone devices enjoy water lubricants! Peculiarities of the plastic vibrators. Toys from the hard plastics (ABS) – vibrating eggs and the classical vibrators. This material looks good, perfectly passes vibration, compliant with any lubricant and easy cleaning.
These toys by Blush are all made of 100% body-safe silicone. You can get them at Peep Show Toys. Sex Toys Made of Hard (ABS) Plastic. ABS is a non-porous hard plastic used by a lot of middle-of-the-road and high-end sex toy manufacturers.
That’s the thing about the sex toy industry - it isn’t regulated and they don’t have to tell you what it is made of. But as far as your dildo, it sounds like they are using ABS plastic for the core and silicone for the outside for a skin-like feel. Just make sure it is platinum-cured silicone or medical grade.
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ABS Plastic/Acrylic. Winding up the last of our firm toy materials, ABS plastic and acrylic toys have a nice smooth surface that tends to resist bacteria, dirt and otherwise. Plastic can still be a little porous, however, so unless you’ve cleaned your toy down to the sub-atomic level, you should probably avoid sharing.
ABS Plastic sex toys 🙂. ABS toys are phthalate-free and hypoallergenic. They also have very low porosity. They’re a safe material for things like clitoral vibrators, which are always outside of the body. For example, my favourite clitoral vibrator, the We-Vibe Tango, is made from ABS plastic. Treated Wood sex toys 🙂. Some wooden toys ...
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is an amorphous copolymer. It’s plastic made from a combination of materials and commonly used for helmets, medical equipment, and cameras. This specialized plastic turns into a liquid at a high temperature.
Check out my Toxic Sex Toys video for ways to suss out if a toy is real silicone or not. I’ve also just put up a huge blog post with a list of trustworthy manufacturers whose toys are the real deal. Now, let’s talk about ABS hard plastic. This is another really common body-safe material.
If your sex toys are all silicone and shiny ABS plastic, I see no reason to store them in a special way. I’ve personally had them all living together in drawers and boxes for months with no ill effects. Both I, and Tantus, have shown a photo of a whole bunch of silicone sex toys touching, stored in a drawer, with no ill-effects.
"Go for pure silicone, hard ABS plastic, glass, metal, stone, ceramic and wood," says Elle Black, founder of body-safe sex shop Mimi de Luxe. "You want to stay away from toys made from jelly ...