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View Entire Thread: LIQUID LUBRICANTS in General (start separate threads for specific brand names)

  1. #231
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    Default Re: LIQUID LUBRICANTS in General (start separate threads for specific brand names)

    well, it depends about the quantity of vitamin E too - if' there are only a few milligrams, it won't hurt.

  2. #232
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    Default Re: LIQUID LUBRICANTS Best lube for the Money

    OK this sounds crazy but I found the best dressing lubes for the money. They are water based lubes use by veterinarians for cattle insemination. The good news is they are totally water-soluble, contain no harmful oils of silicone, safe for soft tissues (skin), clean up like a dream, and cheap as dirt. A gallon (yes he said gallon) typically sells for around $10 to $18 dollars (US) and are available from any farm of cattle supplier. I have used them for years without any effect on my latex. The best thing about them is they dissolve completely in water and unlike J-lube, wash out completely in the shower. The negative side is they do not work well to shine the suitís exterior.
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  3. #233
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    Default Re: LIQUID LUBRICANTS in General (start separate threads for specific brand names)

    I tried some wetstuff with Vitemen E on an old catsuit. Super slippery, but overall didn't like it. The catsuit moves all around & the clean up is alot more.

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