any water based lubes for a silicone fan?

Contributor: MattBryant MattBryant
For some reason i just don't like the feel of most water based lubes when they dry (i feel gummy). i strongly prefer silicone, but finding mens toys that interest me and that are safe with silicone is kind of difficult.

are there any specific water based lubes that don't leave a sticky residue when they start to dry?
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Contributor: PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
I absolutely love SPUNK Lube Hybrid. It's not water-based, but it's a blend that's safe to use with your silicone toys. If you want to check it out more, you can find my blog on my profile and do a search for it. I have a review up that will also link you to where it can be purchased.
Contributor: WanderlustinGypsy WanderlustinGypsy
I really like the organic Sliquids. I don't know if it is the plant cellulose or what, but their water based lube stays nice and slippery, no tacky/stickiness like most water based.
Contributor: gwenn gwenn
I'm a big fan of silicone lube, but doesn't always want the little extra cleanup that goes along with it. Hybrids never really did it for me either unfortunately. Give Penchant Pleasure a try- it's a water-base, but somehow they get that nice longevity out of it, like a silicone. Also doesn't hurt that it has a bit more viscosity to it as well. Also like Spunk on occasion as well.
Contributor: TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Oil Based Lubes

If you’re looking for a lube that is seriously long-lasting with a luxurious silky feel an oil-based lube can be a great go-to. Some people find that they prefer the sensation of an oil and oil-based lube is also great for giving massages. However, if you’re thinking about using an oil-based lube, there are a couple of things you need to keep in mind.

The first is that oil-based lubricants aren’t safe to use with latex condoms. They can make the latex porous, or even cause it to rip and tear. This means that oil-based lubes are better for those who do not need to use condoms. Another thing to consider is that oil-based lubes can also be hard to clean off of toys and skin, so be prepared to do some extra clean-up afterward.