Sex Toy Material
by the trade names Plexiglas, Limacryl, R-Cast, Perspex, Plazcryl,
Acrylex, Acrylite, Acrylplast, Altuglas, Polycast, Oroglass
and Lucite and is commonly called acrylic glass or simply acrylic.
Acrylic, or acrylic fiber, can also refer to polymers or copolymers
containing polyacrylonitrile. Acrylic is extremely hard and
durable and because it is often clear it simulates glass.
A variety of acrylic sex toys exist such as dildos and butt plugs.
Commonly used for constructing residential and commercial aquariums,
spectator protection in ice hockey stadiums and in motorcycle helmet
Or Toxin Warnings
Nontoxic in this form. Phthalate free.
Smooth and nonporous, acrylic is easy to clean with soap & water or
antibacterial sex toy cleaners.
The material is very strong and is nearly indestructible. However,
be careful putting it on abrasive surfaces as acrylic is easily scratched.
Acrylic plastic is not easily recycled. It is considered a group 7
plastic among recycled plastics and is not collected for recycling
in most communities. Large pieces can be reformed into other useful
objects if they have not suffered too much stress, crazing, or cracking,
but this accounts for only a very small portion of the acrylic plastic
waste. In a landfill, acrylic plastics, like many other plastics,
are not readily biodegradable. Some acrylic plastics are highly flammable
and must be protected from sources of combustion.
Waterbased & Silicone
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