Waterproof toy lube

Contributor: YukiNoMiko YukiNoMiko
I've heard that water-based lubes cannot be used with waterproof toys. Personally, this just sounds a little weird to me. Is that true or is it only true that water-based lubes dissolve in water?
06/02/2009
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Contributor: GingerAnn GingerAnn
Insightful breakdown of Waterproof vibrators:

Waterproof Vs Splashproof?
I was looking at getting a new vibrator, but I noticed that this one said splashproof instead of waterproof. I'm assuming the difference is in its...

Wittle wabbit waterproof strap-on – strap-on vibrator
How is this one any better then the others?

Is it really Waterproof?
We used this in the shower and then ended up in the bed afterwards. The toy either wouldn't turn on or when it did come on it would shut off when the.

waterproof or non waterproof
waterproof or non waterproof?

Sex in shower waterproof silicone vibrator– traditional vibrator
This looks cute. How well does it work?
06/02/2009
Contributor: Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
Quote:
Originally posted by YukiNoMiko
I've heard that water-based lubes cannot be used with waterproof toys. Personally, this just sounds a little weird to me. Is that true or is it only true that water-based lubes dissolve in water?
Water based lubes will wash away quickly in water - hence not being the ideal lubricant in the shower, bath, hot tub, pool or Lake Minnietonka. Silicone lasts much, much longer in water.

But, other than that, there's really no reason water based lube can't be used with water proof toys.
06/02/2009
Contributor: YukiNoMiko YukiNoMiko
Quote:
Originally posted by Carrie Ann
Water based lubes will wash away quickly in water - hence not being the ideal lubricant in the shower, bath, hot tub, pool or Lake Minnietonka. Silicone lasts much, much longer in water.

But, other than that, there's really no reason ... more
I tried to imagine using a vibrator in Lake Minnietonka and cracked up. XD
06/02/2009
Contributor: Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Carrie Ann hit it on the head. Water based lubes are also water soluble and less effective in your shower/bath/neighbour' s pool.
06/03/2009
Contributor: ScottA ScottA
They do work just fine on waterproof toys, though - they won't damage them, it just washes away if you use the toy under water.

For wet use, silicone or oil-based is the best choice (depending on the toy and the use).
06/03/2009