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Discussion in 'Help, Questions and How-To's' started by XLsInMyAss33, Oct 21, 2020.

  1. XLsInMyAss33

    XLsInMyAss33 New Member

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    Is J-Lube safe to use as an anal lube?
    Also, how much powder per liter to make it as thick as bad dragon cum lube? Would be nice to know if anyone's figured this out.
    And then lastly, how much titanium dioxide do I add to make it white and not have a toxic amount of the stuff in the lube?

    All replies are appreciated :)
     
  2. Gandalf

    Gandalf Active Member

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    Never used J-lube before but I'm guessing it is quite similar to X-lube and if I'm correct about that, it should be safe for anal use.
    I usually mix a bit overfull lid with 0,5 L water and that gets it close to BD cumlube. No idea about the titanium dioxide though.
     
  3. XLsInMyAss33

    XLsInMyAss33 New Member

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    Well thanks for your knowledge, ill try a small test batch like that and i guess add the TiO2 until it's white
     
  4. grigori

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    Even if in use I don't see much difference from X-lube, but in the long term, maybe some health issues could exist with J-lube. It is rated for use once in horses giving birth, not daily, weekly or monthly use in humans. No way to know.

    So I stopped using it. It's production standards does not grant the level of safety for human use. That's why on the label it says it its veterinary only. Having something as X-lube in the market I see no reason not to take the extra safety as it is certified as non cito-toxic.
     
  5. EntroP

    EntroP Active Member

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    J-Lube is NOT like X- or K-Lube! It has a lot of sugar in it, whereas X- and K-Lube is 100% PEG (and in the case of K-Lube, a minimal amount of conservatives). It's just not worth the risk of it spoiling when X-Lube already only costs like 1,50€ per liter.
     
  6. XLsInMyAss33

    XLsInMyAss33 New Member

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    Thank you both for the heads up, I'm pretty dumb when it comes to lubes and actually had no idea about x lubes so I'll look into that. Is it clear though just so I know whether to order some TiO2 or not
     
  7. EntroP

    EntroP Active Member

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    Yeah, it's clear after its mixed.
     

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