Colt Fever's Runny and Mild.Colt is too runny to work properly as a lubricant. It drips off any probes or penises the instant it's poured, requires multiple applications and creates a mess. The only saving graces are the easy absorption into the skin, how it makes sleeves extra slippery and that they're USA made.
Made in USA
Pours too easily.
Too difficult to put and keep on toys.
As a water-based lubricant, there aren’t any allergy concerns, except for the glycerin. This is an uncommon allergy, but not one to be taken lightly, so please avoid if allergic.
Nor are there incompatibilities with certain materials. All materials are usable with this lubricant, although shower or liquid play is not recommended as water lubricant washes away easily. Further, this is a runny, drippy lubricant causing it to wash away at an even faster clip than normal water based lubes.
Why can’t I hold ANY of this lubricant?
Upon opening the bottle, it starts to drip and the application of any pressure cause it to pour. The picture should make it clear, but the lubricant will not remain on whatever it’s poured on, in fact, unless put directly into something, it will likely drip onto the ground. The textile feel is thin, very thin and at times it felt more like water than lubricant.
Despite being so thin, it’s still sticky. Moments after use it becomes sticky, a feeling which doesn’t go away until absorbed. The tendency to absorb quickly is one distinct advantage, if left on the bare skin, with 20 or 30 minutes all indication of the lube will be gone.
When tried with anal, the consistency is thin, runny and of course, brown, which may seem too reminiscent to diarrhea for many user's comfort. In this case, cleanup can be tricky, given the staining power of shit. On the one hand the lube doesn't make cleanup more difficult, but the thinness does increase the likelihood of a mess.
For non-anal play however, the lubricant absorbs back into the skin, making for relatively easy cleanup. For events where cleanup is necessary, sex and anything anal, the water base makes for easy cleanup. Of the lube, everything else, fecal matter, semen, vaginal fluid, they’re still as difficult to clean as before.
Its duration is longer than other lubricants, but not by enough to justify the problems. It remains on the body longer than other lubricants, allowing for longer use with fewer reapplications. Always assuming it doesn’t slide off.
As mentioned this doesn’t work well in the shower. Water based lubricant in general is bad for the shower because it washes off so easily, but considering the aforementioned thinness, it washes off even easier than other lubricants. Use on toys is mixed.
For sleeves, especially closed mouth sleeves, this actually isn’t the worst lubricant. The thinness of the lube allows for rapid stroking in sleeves and reduced friction. Unlike thicker lubes which may constrict the penis, this doesn’t get in between the sleeve and the penis, but still keeps the action slick and quick.
For probes and dildos though, this has problems. Once applied, the toy must be inserted before the lubricant drips off to avoid cleanup, a difficult task given the short time frame. Other, thicker lubricants are recommended for this product as they tend to remain on the toys.
On the plus side, it was made in the USA (California to be precise). USA!!! USA!!! USA!!!