sexcandy
I've always heard that you're not supposed to use certain types of lubes with toys made of certain materials.  Also, that you shouldn't leave toys together because the materials could interact. I didn't really listen but one of my vibrators was stored next to my boyfriend's pocket pussy and the pocket pussy just ...well, it looks like it melted where it was touching the vibrator.... what the f*$%?
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Tabu Toypro
Sexcandy -

Any "soft" toy will melt into another "soft" toy. There have been a few discussions that certain types of high grade silicone toys will not do this. I don't buy it. General rule - do not store soft toys together. In other words, do not let them touch each other for extended periods of time. Get yourself a silky scarf and individually wrap each one. Or check out the Sugar Sak.

As far as lubes go - stick to water based for all of your toys. It's the safest lube to use with all toy materials. If you use silicone lubes with toys, you might see the same melty look or it can deteriorate the surface. That leaves all kinds of funky crevasses for bacteria to hide and breed in.

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jozef88
http://www.tabutoys.com/product/Sugar_Sak_Anti_Bacterial_Toy_Bag....hmmm...nice...i like it...i gonna bu it..thanks... 
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sexcandy
thanks! I'll do that.
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mistress_kay
Weird. I never actually knew they'd melt together before. Is there any specific material that does it? Is it mostly the pourous jelly?
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Adriana
Jelly mostly but I've heard it happening with pure silicone, too
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