Curious about the anal only lifestyle or anal sex in general but have questions or concerns? Ask away here.
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We use CleanStream Natural Water-Based Lube. I've been using it for years, with everything that goes in my ass.
I buy it through Amazon.
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At the moment we use one called 'Spunk' its a corny name but good lube. We don't tend to use lube for anal sex, only occasionally if I want to last a very long time. Normally we just use spit. But when we do use lube for toys or fisting etc 'Spunk' works well. It is a hybrid water/silicone and washes off easily and doesn't seem to stain. It also feels nice on the skin afterwards. Water based ones often feel sticky as they dry and pure silicone can be a pig to wash off. Spunk seems to also be OK with all our toys even silicone ones. I also like coconut oil and boy butter original, but some people voiced concern about using either of those in the vagina or with certain toy materials, but they do both feel nice. 'Spunk' is just thick enough not to instantly run all over the place and drip off toys like some do. Sounds like I'm trying to sell it! Hahaha
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My partner and I are true believers in the miracle of coconut oil!!!
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We only use silicon based lubes now. I like a brand called pjur from Germany. High quality and can purchase it in bulk size large bottles. We keep some coconut oil around too because it is convenient to scoop out a small knob of it and push it up into the rectum before an enema or to moisturize the skin after an enema. Coconut oil also feels soothing after rough play that results in minor tearing or bleeding.
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Ace of Fours wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 29, 2021 8:40 am
Has anyone here ever had a silicone lube damage a silicone toy?
We have used silicone lubes exclusively for years now (usually pjur range) and use them with loads of silicone toys. Never had a single issue.
I did once spill silicone lube on a remote control for the tv though and that was a different story. The rubber buttons absorbed the lube and swelled up to comedy size making the whole device unusable
Afaik, the whole silicone toys and lube incompatability thing is a bit of a myth based on lower quality lubes and toys. I have seen a few more technical online articles explaining what specific silicone compounds cause the issues and how high quality and medical grade lubes have no such issues.
There is an article on the Square Peg website where the inventor of the square Peg super soft silicone discusses that very question. Seems its a bit of an urban myth that sort of caught on and became accepted as fact. I've been using silicone on my square Peg toys ever since. I've had zero degredation.