Can you use Sliquid silk with silicone products

anonymous1298304 anonymous1298304
I love the sliquid silk, the one with the purple label. I've used it a silicone vibe without any issues. Since it's a hybrid lube and does contain some silicone i want to ask for sure if it's 100% ok to use with silicone , specifically the peecock, which is stated to be made of "blends of high grade premium silicone"

If not , which sliquid water based option would be the most comparable to the silk?
01/29/2013
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Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by anonymous1298304
I love the sliquid silk, the one with the purple label. I've used it a silicone vibe without any issues. Since it's a hybrid lube and does contain some silicone i want to ask for sure if it's 100% ok to use with silicone , specifically ... More
I'm interested in seeing the answers to this! If your toy hasn't had an obviously bad reaction, e.g turned gummy or flaky after application of the lube, I wouldn't worry about it.

In my experience & from what I heard from Tantus, you can test any silicone lube on a small part of the material in question & you will know immediately if there's a bad reaction or not. I have found no problem using straight up silicone or hybrid mixes on any of my toys & I only use Sliquid products.

BTW, if there is a reaction, wash it off with soap & water as fast as you can. But know that the integrity of the surface has been affected, there will be little holes in that area that can now harbor bacteria. After that, I'd be sure to disinfect the toy after use, not merely washing it.
01/29/2013
anonymous1298304 anonymous1298304
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
I'm interested in seeing the answers to this! If your toy hasn't had an obviously bad reaction, e.g turned gummy or flaky after application of the lube, I wouldn't worry about it.

In my experience & from what I heard from ... More
sliquid silk is the only lube i've ever liked and not had any irritation from. my body is super picky, lol. the thought of using a diff one stresses me out, but i so can not take a chance, even a spot test, due to how expensive the peecock is.
01/30/2013
*Camoprincess* *Camoprincess*
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Originally posted by anonymous1298304
sliquid silk is the only lube i've ever liked and not had any irritation from. my body is super picky, lol. the thought of using a diff one stresses me out, but i so can not take a chance, even a spot test, due to how expensive the peecock is.
I haven't used the Sliquid Silk but I use the Sliquid Sassy Booty and the Botanically Infused formulas with no issues at all.
01/30/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by anonymous1298304
sliquid silk is the only lube i've ever liked and not had any irritation from. my body is super picky, lol. the thought of using a diff one stresses me out, but i so can not take a chance, even a spot test, due to how expensive the peecock is.
My body is crazy picky, too! So far the Silk is OK, but some of the other Sliquid products started causing itching, burning. etc. I suspect the guar gum is causing the problems this time. It's such a bitch, not to mention expensive, trying to narrow down ingredients to figure out what you can use! I understand your distress at possibly having to change. But I don't think you need to...

Here's the deal with the silicone. They say the high quality, platinum silicone pieces are safe to use with high quality silicone lubes. Sliquid Silk uses the highest quality silicone, which is dimethicone, so you're fine there. And it sounds like you paid a lot for your item, so it's not going to be a cheapo, mass-produced, low-quality silicone that will react.

What would help is if you could tell me the complete name & manufacturer of your toy, is it a dildo or a vibe?. I don't recognize the name, but do you mean peacock rather than peecock? If you want to respond here or send me a PM, I'll try and find out for you, OK? But if the maker says it's high grade, then you're in luck.

BTW, some manufacturers of expensive silicone products offer samples of the different colors &/or firmness of their offerings. I know at Bad Dragon, for example, you can buy really inexpensive discs of the different types of silicone they use. You could buy some of these to test lube(s) on. Of course, Sliquid may now be a big enough name that you can ask the toy company if they know how Silk works on their products.
01/31/2013
Jenna@Tantus Jenna@Tantus
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
I'm interested in seeing the answers to this! If your toy hasn't had an obviously bad reaction, e.g turned gummy or flaky after application of the lube, I wouldn't worry about it.

In my experience & from what I heard from ... More
I can't speak to non-Tantus toys, but I can tell you there are a couple of Sliquid Silk devotees on the Tantus staff. Recommendations all over the place.
02/01/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by Jenna@Tantus
I can't speak to non-Tantus toys, but I can tell you there are a couple of Sliquid Silk devotees on the Tantus staff. Recommendations all over the place.
That's so good to know, officially, because I have an O2 Adam that I just got. It's bigger than I expected , but with lots of Silk & some warm up this just might work!
02/01/2013
anonymous1298304 anonymous1298304
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
My body is crazy picky, too! So far the Silk is OK, but some of the other Sliquid products started causing itching, burning. etc. I suspect the guar gum is causing the problems this time. It's such a bitch, not to mention expensive, trying to ... More
ty so much for your help. asking for a sample to test it on is a great idea. there really is no "bottom" per se to test on. it is "peecock" from peecock products. its a 3-1 (pack , play, pee) if you're not sure what i'm talking about, it's a penis prosthetic. I'm going to try contacting peecock products directly and ask them. they do say it's high grade premium silicone. it's not a sex toy company, so I am hesitant to make assumptions of the material being like Tantus. they do say it is boilable though.

It might be a week or two, but i will follow up here and let everybody know.
02/02/2013
anonymous1298304 anonymous1298304
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
I'm interested in seeing the answers to this! If your toy hasn't had an obviously bad reaction, e.g turned gummy or flaky after application of the lube, I wouldn't worry about it.

In my experience & from what I heard from ... More
ty that is helpful. i didn't realize it would show immediately if bad reaction. but after reading wat u wrote about wat it could do, i'm not going to risk it without some sort of guarantee from the manufacturer of peecock.

so i guess i'll be testing non-silicone lubes on myself instead of testing sliquid on it. lol
02/02/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by anonymous1298304
ty so much for your help. asking for a sample to test it on is a great idea. there really is no "bottom" per se to test on. it is "peecock" from peecock products. its a 3-1 (pack , play, pee) if you're not sure what i'm ... More
Hey, I just looked it up & that is the coolest device! Love that you can use it the three ways -- genius! No wonder you don't want to test on it since any degradation could effect its long term viability.

I did see in the FAQs on their site "Never use silicone-based lubricants on silicone items. The additive in the lube that keeps the silicone liquid can hurt your Pee-Cock." Not sure what chemicals they are referring to, but dimethicone is liquid at room temp.

I already sent them the ingredient list along with your question. I'll post their answer here, so if anyone else ever has this question, they can find it.
02/03/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by anonymous1298304
ty that is helpful. i didn't realize it would show immediately if bad reaction. but after reading wat u wrote about wat it could do, i'm not going to risk it without some sort of guarantee from the manufacturer of peecock.

so i guess ... More
I never really answered your question about non-silicone lubes similar to Silk. I don't know which ingredients you're unable to tolerate, but the fewer in the formula the better for sussing out which ingredients you can use/not use.

Frankly, none of the ones I tried, either in the Sliquid Naturals or Organics line, were like the Silk, but they were good. EF sells one sample cube of Sliquid organics natural for $1.99 and this is the base H2O formula, so I'd try that first. There is a lube cube sampler available elsewhere, including the sliquid website, that you can buy. Personally, I'd go to their website (website name/shop) and check ingredients (they recently had some promotions, one of which was a free big bottle of Silk!). I bought the Naturals cube sampler & found each cube to have a generous amount of product.
02/03/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
The manufacturer's just contacted me to say the following, (I sent a list of ingredients, not just the name of it):

"We do not have the hybrid lubricant that you have to test on the Pee-Cock so
we are not able to correctly advice if the lubricant that you have will
damage the Pee-Cock. We would advice you not to use any sexual lubricant
with silicone content with the Pee-Cock.

We strongly recommend water based sexual lubricant for safer sex play and
also to protect the shelf life of your Pee-Cock.

Thank you.


Cheers,
Peecock Products"
02/03/2013
anonymous1298304 anonymous1298304
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
The manufacturer's just contacted me to say the following, (I sent a list of ingredients, not just the name of it):

"We do not have the hybrid lubricant that you have to test on the Pee-Cock so
we are not able to correctly advice ... More
you rock! ty so much! sucks i gotta find something else, but glad to know. i can't believe you did that for me! so sweet of you!

ya the peecock is the only 3 in 1 that's out there. I'm not sure why.

my bf (and I) should get to try it out in a couple of weeks. we plan on reviewing it on our blog. He's been wanting one for forever. i'm excited bout it.

ty again!
02/03/2013
anonymous1298304 anonymous1298304
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
I never really answered your question about non-silicone lubes similar to Silk. I don't know which ingredients you're unable to tolerate, but the fewer in the formula the better for sussing out which ingredients you can use/not use. ... More
ooh i will take a look at the cube sampler! ty
02/03/2013
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