Waterproof and protect metal and non-metallic surfaces like rubber, plastic and vinyl with the water resistant silicone lubricant spray from WD-40. This spray is ideal for cables, valves, hinges and locks. The spray and straw allows you to apply two ways.
Silicone-Based Lube Silicone-based lube is slippery and longer lasting than water-based lubes. Unlike oil-based lubes, silicone is also safe to use with latex. You also don’t need to use as much silicone lube to get the same effects, and silicone lubes require less reapplication.
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Pros and Cons of Water Based Lubricants Pros: Water based lubricants will be the preferred sort of personal lubricant on the market today. There are many good reasons for the, which include: Easily absorbed through epidermal tissues. This makes it easy to decontaminate upwards immediately after employing a water-based lubricant.
Certain silicone and water-based lubes are sensitizing, meaning they create warming, cooling, or tingling sensations. While water-based lubes dissolve in water, silicone lubricants do not. They remain slippery and slick in water, making them the best choice for shower sex or solo play in the bathtub.
"Additionally, if you use a sex toy, you will want to use a water-based lubricant instead of a silicone-based lubricant." Sex toys are usually created out of solid silicone, and silicone-based ...
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Silicone-based lubricants will give you an (almost) unrivaled slickness that is long-lasting, condom-safe, and won’t dissolve during water play in the shower, pool, or hot tub. But it’s not without its downsides. Long-lasting is fun in the moment—not so much once that moment has passed.