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Ice9

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I recently bought a jelly rubber dong, as I was cleaning it I let it air dry but I used a towel to dry my hands. I grabbed it later and played around with it a little, but when it got dry I realized it had a little bit of lint in it. I went and tried to clean it again, rubbed it (wrong) and then realized lint was on my fingers and the toy was now filled with lint all over it.

How do I remove the lint off of it? I don't think I can afford to buy another one and this was the exact perfect size (last one in the store, btw) so please don't suggest buying a new one. It was really hard to find, part of a fetish kit, so I'll basically try any suggestions.

Thanks a lot guys

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Hank Alvarez

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How about baby wipes? I like them for a lot of things and I've never seen them leave lint. Other that that all I can suggest is rewashing them and letting them air dry. HHH
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P Gell

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Personally, I stay away from anything jelly rubber. Jelly Rubber contains pthalates and are carcinogenic, and not good for the body.  Not to mention jelly rubber smells awful.

I know you said it is part of a set, but I am wiling to guess you could find a good clean, well made silicone toy to replace it. Money or no, carcinogens do not belong in one's sex toys.



Silicone suggestions

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Fun_Factory_Marble_Magnum_Dong


A seven inch

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Tantus_Silk_Silicone_Dildo_7_

5 inch

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Tantus_Silk_Silicone_Dildo_5_5_

4 inch

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Tantus_Silk_Silicone_Dildo_4_

one with a vibrator in it

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Tantus_Silicone_Pro_Touch_Vibrator_5_5_

a gag if you aren’t looking for a dil

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Tantus_Silicone_Cock_Gag

a 4.5 inch with vibrator

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Silicone_Crystal_Cote_Petite_Dildo_Orange

a big one


http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Tantus_Silicone_Goliath_Dildo

back door toys

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Fun_Factory_Paddy_Penguin_Anal_Plug

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Fun_Factory_Booty_Plug_Violet

fun for two
no harness necessary

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Fun_Factory_SHARE_Penetrator_Pink

http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Fun_Factory_SHARE_Penetrator

Basically, just put “silicone” into the search engine at Tabu and you can find anything

It’s more expensive than Jelly Rubber, but I think not risking the health of your vagina-mouth-anus orifice of your choice is really worth the price



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Nice work, P. Good suggestions.
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Adriana

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Silicone collects lint as well as jelly, sadly.

Just rinse it off. Let water run over it a good while. Maybe store it in a ziploc.
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fucking lint! you would think that not wiping your jelly dildo off with a towel would be obvious. alas, it was my first sex toy.
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Adriana

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you could invest in some microfiber or similar towels, too
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Hank Alvarez

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How about the dishwasher? It works great with steel and glass toys. HHH
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P Gell

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Adriana, I haven't had any problems with lint on my silicone toys. We use Sugar Sacs made from a silk like material, which also helps keep bacterial growth to a minimum.

We wash the toys, and then put them into the Sugar Sac after drying and we don't see lint.

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I assumed the OP wasn't putting his or her toys into any bag (because then lint wouldn't really be a problem, no matter the material). I toss my silicone into a drawer, frequently. Left out, pretty much any soft toy will collect dust.
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