tantus anal beads and ryder with silicone lube

tantus anal beads and ryder with silicone lube

flcruiser flcruiser
does anyone know if there is a silicone lube that i can use with the ryder and tantus beads?
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Beautiful Dreamer Beautiful Dreamer
Originally posted by flcruiser
does anyone know if there is a silicone lube that i can use with the ryder and tantus beads?
Generally it's not recommended to use silicone lubricant with silicone toys.

You can try doing a spot test with any silicone lubricant. Simply choose a part of the toy (the underside of the base of the ryder would be a good spot). Rub a small amount of lube on, if it gets tacky, it's not compatible. If it stays solid/lubricated, you may be able to get away with it.

I personally love Toko silicone lubricant. Good luck!
ScottA ScottA
If you don't mind something oil-based, Boy Butter seems to work very well, lasts for a long time, and it won't eat silicone toys. Since you're using silicone toys you don't need to worry about the oil attacking things (unless you're using a condom).
Nashville Nashville
Tantus says all their silicone toys can be used with silicone lube.

What they say about Bodyglide: "20% thinner than Pjur Original Bodyglide. We consider this formula the best lube hands down. It never becomes sticky and is 100% latex safe. An excellent skin conditioner and moisturizer, Pjur Original does not block your pores and requires no clean-up after use. This is such high quality silicone it has no issue with Tantus high quality silicone toys. "
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
The Tantus website also makes this statement:

"Aren't silicone lubricants and silicone toys incompatible? Well yes and no. Depending on the grade of silicone lubricant used and the grade of silicone used in the toys, there is a chance that the lubricant will bond to the toy, creating a gummy mess. Tantus uses platinum grade silicone, so we rarely have a problem with any lubricant; I still recommend people do patch tests on the bottom flange of their dildo to make certain there will be no reaction. The bonding is an immediate chemical reaction and it's impossible to clean a toy that has lube bonded to it."

I have personally tested my Ryder with Toko silicone formula lubricant, System Jo Anal lubricant, and Boy Butter without incident. If I were you, I would find a silicone lube that I think I would like, purchase it and test it on the bottom of the base of my Ryder and somewhere near the base of the beads to test it out. I have heard very good things about the Pjur line of silicone lubes, but have no personal experience.
Avery Dragon Avery Dragon
I tried a few of the Pjur lubricants on my Tantus's. The original and light love didn't get gummy, however the original didn't seem to really lubricant it that much for some reason. I also tried their anal relaxing formula, it didn't get gummy but the toy started to have a pealing effect near the base, it's because of the additives in the lubricant, if it is pure silicone, nothing else added, then it works, however if it has additives in it, it will slowly break down the toy. I love Pjur lubricant, but i do honestly suggest using a nice thick water based like Sliquid H2O Ride/Sassy.
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