Sex Toy Materials

Medical grade silicone

  • Free of toxins, hypo-allergenic
  • Non-pourous = can be completely sanitized, can be shared safely after sanitizing.
  • Compatible with hybrid and waterbased lubricants
  • Not compatible with silicone lubricants!
  • Clean after every use with water and soap or toy cleaner.
  • For a deeper cleanse; these toys can be boiled, are dishwasher safe and sanitizable.
  • Can last a lifetime.

Stainless steel, aluminum, glass

  • Free of toxins
  • Non-pourous = can be sanitized, can be shared safely after sanitizing.
  • Compatible with any type of lubricant
  • Clean after every use with water and soap or toy cleaner.
  • For a deeper cleanse; these toys can be boiled, are dishwasher safe and sanitizable.
  • Can last a lifetime

TPR

  • Non-toxic
  • Contains synthetic oils which may cause vaginal infections when the material breaks down. You can tell this is happening when the material starts to "sweat" or feels greasy. 
  • POROUS = this product can not be sanitized and is not safe to share. Bacteria can stay trapped inside of the material. 
  • Wash thoroughly with water and soap after every use.
  • Dust with a bit of cornstarch powder after every use to keep it soft.
  • Will not last a lifetime.
  • Commonly used in strokers and masturbation sleeves.
  • Conclusion: okay to use externally, less okay to use internally. 

 

Battery operated or electric toys

  • Clean with a damp cloth or a toy cleaner
  • These toys can not be boiled and are not dishwasher safe. 
  • Some of these toys have a removable sleeve or other removable parts which can be boiled, are dishwasher safe and can be sanitized depending on the material. 

 

Read more about material safety at Dangerous Lily's Sex Toy Cleaning and Material Information Guide