Silicone lube on Tantus toy? (Help!)

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I really love my V silicone lube but my fave toys are also made of silicone. I've researched Tantus toys and found that they are so high quality of silicone that if you use a high quality silicone lube they can still be compatible.
I followed the directions for a spot test and my Tantus 'Vamp' was the only one that passed.
It had no adverse reaction to the lube spot test on the base even after 30mins.
However when I fully lubed up my Tantus Vamp with the V silicone and used it in the shower after a few mins it started to feel...weird like too soft and gunky. I imminently stopped what I was doing and scrubbed it half to death until I was sure they was no more lube on it.
The dildo was not harmed, had no lasting effects.
I've used it since with two water based lubes and they both suck.
What silicone lube is safe to use on pure silicone toys like tantus makes. I need a good one for my Vamp. Please help!
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Kitt Katt Kitt Katt
I've never used it, but Tantus recommends Pjur Bodyglide Original on their website.
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Hard to say whether or not any given brand of silicone lube will consistently be safe. Basically, the spot test is the only way to be sure whether or not a silicone or hybrid lube is safe for a silicone toy - and that includes testing every new bottle you buy, even if the brand had previously passed, since minute ingredient ratio differences or sudden changes in the formula might make one bottle different from another. Testing for a few hours is also recommended as a way to be absolutely certain.

It's very strange that your Vamp lasted a half hour with the spot test, but only a few minutes in use, though. I've never heard of that happening. Tantus does say that the Pjur would be okay, but I'd still spot test just to be safe.
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