Sex Toy Material
is a trademarked name for Ultra Supreme Platinum Silicone made
by Tantus. O2 is a 100% medical grade silicone. Silicones are
polymers that contain silicon with carbon, hydrogen, oxygen,
and sometimes other chemical elements. It is flexible, heat-resistant,
nonstick, non-porous and rubber-like without containing any
is flexible and quickly adapts to body temperature. There are different
grades of silicone: tin and platinum. They have different chemical
make ups, longevitys, and compatibilitys. While all of these facts
are true for either silicone, only platinum grades can be medical
O2 is used by Tantus to make high quality 100% medical grade silicone
sex toys such as the Rascal Vibrating Dildo. 100% medical grade silicone
is the most reliable, safe, health-smart soft material used for adult
Or Toxin Warnings
O2 is hypoallergenic and phthalate free. This material is inert which
means it will not react with other materials. It is stable and won't
disintegrate or react when next to a another object like some other
materials such as Jelly can.
O2 can be cleaned with mild soap and water, antibacterial sex toy
cleaners or put in the upper rack of the dishwasher. O2 Silicone has
no open pores and cannot harbor bacteria. It is very easy to clean.
You can boil O2 silicone as it remains stable up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit.
You can also clean this material with a 10% bleach solution or alcohol
swabs. Since sex toy hygiene is of the utmost importance, 100% medical
grade silicone is the best choice in sex toys.
Waterbased only. There are different qualities of silicone out there
and different qualities of silicone in lubrications, which means some
lower grade silicone lubricants will bond to some silicone toys and
ruin the toy. This could also lead to a chemical reaction that leads
to the surface "opening" and is irreparable. Such a chemical reaction
results in unpleasant bacteria and smells becoming lodged in the toy.
Therefore, we recommend waterbased lubricants with all silicone toys.
However, if you prefer silicone over waterbased lubricants you may
try a test patch on the bottom of the toy. If the area does not become
gummy then you should be okay using that silicone lubricant with that
particular silicone toy.
Silicone is a chemically inert substance. This means that there are
no toxic ingredients that can be out-gassed, or leached from the substance.
Silicone itself, is not toxic to aquatic plants or animals nor does
it have a negative effect on soil organisms. Although silicone is
not biodegradable, it can be recycled.
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