Most lube friendly material?

Most lube friendly material?

Inappropriate Inappropriate
I want to get your feedback on what the most lubricant friendly material is.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
22  (92%)
2  (8%)
Total votes: 24
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04/09/2012
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ksparkles16 ksparkles16
It's definitely not silicone...you can't use silicone lube with them
04/09/2012
spineyogurt spineyogurt
Steel or glass
04/09/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
Glass, steel, or plastic. All of these can use all three types of lubricant. I'm not sure what kind of lubricants wood can use and silicone and Vixskin (which is essentially silicone and cyberskin) can't use silicone or oil lubricants.
04/09/2012
WD40watcher WD40watcher
Quote:
Originally posted by Inappropriate
I want to get your feedback on what the most lubricant friendly material is.
Glass, it has very little resistance to lube, slipperiest material out there.
04/09/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Metal and glass are about the same.
04/10/2012
November November
Gunsmoke is right. If I could have voted for both, I would have.
04/10/2012
indiglo indiglo
Glass, steel and plastic are all compatible with any kind of lube and won't absorb any of the lube, making them plenty slippery with even small amounts of lubricant.
04/10/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
I would have voted for both glass and metal.

I love silicone toys, but you have to be careful with lubes around them. We only use water based lube, as most of our toys are silicone, and I don't like the feel of silicone lube. It isn't a problem.

But, if you prefer lubricants other than water based, stainless steel and glass are going to hold up.
04/10/2012
Ciao. Ciao.
Glass or steel I am sure are both about equally lube friendly when it comes to the whole gamut of lube options and because of their naturally smooth and non-porous surface get a really nice slick feel.
04/10/2012
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
Quote:
Originally posted by Inappropriate
I want to get your feedback on what the most lubricant friendly material is.
Glass or steel
04/13/2012
ghalik ghalik
Glass, metal, wood, plastic.

All are nonporous and won't react with any type of lube.
04/17/2012
richsam richsam
Quote:
Originally posted by Inappropriate
I want to get your feedback on what the most lubricant friendly material is.
Glass
04/18/2012
Jenny Smith Jenny Smith
Quote:
Originally posted by Inappropriate
I want to get your feedback on what the most lubricant friendly material is.
Glass
04/27/2012
LoneOokami LoneOokami
glass I dont know of any lube that impacts it adversely
06/13/2013
Total posts: 15
Unique posters: 15