With that being said, TPE is the most reliable choice. Vibrators and Dildos with TPE are generally going to be very soft, flexible, and hold elasticity.
TPE/TPR sex toys 🙁. Approach TPE and TPR toys with caution. This is the safest on this “avoid” list. Non-toxic but may still be porous, so I still recommend that you avoid it. If you absolutely must buy this, use a condom over it. TPE sex toys have been known to retain things like HPV, so definitely no sharing.
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TPR/TPE – YES – Many dildos in these materials are made for harness play and incorporate the ability to be placed in an O ring harness. Follow the cautions for vaginal and anal play, depending on how you’re using your dildo and harness
Steel/Aluminum. Keeping true to our pattern of body-safety, unpainted aluminum and stainless steel dildo toys are, like glass and silicone, non-porous, a breeze to clean and generally safe for all skin types. Look for ‘stainless steel’ in the item specifications for top-notch peace of mind.
I read an article that said TPE dildos can retain odors being porous, and to avoid using them anally. But the toy advertises anal usage with glowing reviews universally. However - there are a few instances of people saying it's unsafe and can retain fungus/bacteria/etc.
For things like masturbators, it’s a little bit more lenient – but a TPE/TPR dildo/butt plug will retain odour no matter how much you clean it. So for anal use, I would personally steer clear. To clean a toy made from TPE, this is best down with water and toy cleaner, and then patted dry with a lint free towel. You can also leave it to air dry.
TPE stands for thermoplastic elastomer, and TPR means thermoplastic rubber. They both mean the exact same thing and can be used to describe the exact same dildos. Really, TPE/TPR is just a fancy word for a rubber made from a mix of melted plastic and additives. Almost every rubber dildo that isn't silicone is a type TPE. For example, the Jelly dildos I mentioned above fall under the category of TPE.
The safe bet in using sex toys made from TPR or TPE as well as with any porous product is to protect yourself with a condom. The main danger here is their porousness makes them a good place for bacterial growth. At the same time, TPR&TPE have their advantages - they are flexible, soft and not too pricey.