The chart below shows different types of sex lubes and their compatibility with sex toy materials. Lube Types. Sex Toy Compatibility. Water-based Sex Lubes. Safe to use with all sex toy materials. Oil-based Sex Lubes. Do not use with sex toys made from rubber, PVC or latex. Silicone-based Sex Lubes. Do not use with silicone sex toys.
What Lube to Use with What Sex Toy Material? Let's face it, sex toys are becoming increasingly popular with no end in sight. Every day, thousands of people take the leap and buy their first sex toy, vibrator, or cock ring and there is one serious question on their mind.
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The grease clings to surfaces whereas the water-based stuff just squeegees off. Choose a water-based lube for plugs or the grease will just make it harder to hold it in. Oil or grease attack latex and vinyl and should not be used with these toys or condoms. Toys made of silicone are impervious to grease and oil.
These excellent qualities makes PVC one of the most commonly used plastics today. General properties include fast fusion and good property flow with high heat stability. Hygiene And Maintenance The PVC toys should be cleaned with warm water and antibacterial soap. You may also use an absolutely universal solution - a sex toy cleaner. Lubricants
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The material we are looking at today is PVC (polyvinyl chloride), which is a plastic used in the making of some sex toys. Vinyl chloride is on the Government of Canada’s Toxic Substances List .
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC): PVC is a common material used to make sex toys, including those labeled simply as “jelly rubber.” PVC is known to leach endocrine-disrupting compounds, including phthalates.
Our high end PVC (food grade vinyl) sex toys are phthalate free. We recommend if you are using an inexpensive, low quality PVC (food grade vinyl) sex toy purchased elsewhere, that you use a condom with the toy to prevent the spread of bacteria and possible infection or disease.
Myth 1: Silicone lube will destroy all of your sex toys. Many people are under the false impression that silicone lubricants will damage all of their sex toys. As Lubezilla points out, “silicone-based lubes are fine on toys made of hard materials, like hard plastic, aluminum, ceramic, steel, granite, wood, marble, etc.”