Safe for silicone toys??

Inna89 Inna89
Bedroom Kandi natural lubricant
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If this product is just Sliquid Organics Silk repackaged, then that makes it a hybrid lubricant that has silicone ingredients, correct? That means it's not okay to use this with silicone toys, right?

I'm worried because this was listed as a water-based lube and I've been using it on silicone toys.

Help?
Thanks!
04/26/2013
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Originally posted by Inna89
If this product is just Sliquid Organics Silk repackaged, then that makes it a hybrid lubricant that has silicone ingredients, correct? That means it's not okay to use this with silicone toys, right?

I'm worried because this was ... More
Yes, that is correct & you're right, it's safer to avoid silicone lubricants with siicone toys, although some people say it doesn't damage them.
04/26/2013
steelaster steelaster
If you don't really care about your toys I wouldn't worry. If you love your toys and don't want to risk damaging the finish I wouldn't even try it. I've heard it can destroy the finish!
04/26/2013
Inna89 Inna89
Oh no

Sad to find this out a little too late! I haven't noticed any damage to the silicone toys yet, but I'll try to stay away from combining the two from now on...
07/02/2013
indiechick indiechick
I use this toy for sex with my partner and love it. However for my toys I use sliquids organic
07/02/2013
Ningyo Ningyo
This appears to have the same ingredients as Sliquid Organics Gel, not Sliquid Organics Silk. Read the ingredients; if anything ends in -cone, then it contains silicone. If not, you're in the clear.
07/02/2013
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Check the ingredients: there's no silicone of any kind in this lube, so it should be perfectly safe.
07/04/2013
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