Does a Blowjob Toy Need Lubing?

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Id GlideSlippery when wet is not just some road warning people will benefit from. It also makes going up and down your pleasure rod during sexual play a lot easier. So don’t think lubes are only necessary if you feel quite dry down there. It can also stimulate a wide range of sensations and makes you a smooth operator.

Would you need it when using a blowjob toy?

Absolutely. Most devices use a sleeve made from different materials — TPR, silicone, etc., and may need something to make them wet and slippery. With the right lube, a device’s pumping or stroking action would go smoothly and easily, eliminating the possibility of a painful rough masturbation or, in the case of a cock sucking toy, dry dome. When is a mouth ever not wet, anyway?

But the real reason that lubricants should be part of your armory is that it creates extra sensation. The slippery friction that happens between you and the toy will bring out all sorts of erotic experience that will get your gism pooling at the head, ready to fire a few rounds. Haven’t tried it? Make sure you lube your blowjob toy next time.

What type of lubricants can you use with an oral sex machine or masturbator?

Id Glide BigWater-based lubes are the most common, and can be used on just about any pleasure device on the market, whether it is designed for a man or a woman. From the name itself, it is mainly made of water, with a distinct characteristic for being slick and smooth, yet not messy or sticky. Since it is water soluble, any blowjob toy made of skin or mucous membrane will quickly absorb it. Although this means easy cleanup, it also means frequent re-application to keep the toy from drying up. Think of the re-application as a bit of an intermission number. Just pray it doesn’t happen when you are on the brink of shooting off.

Silicone-based lubes are greasier and last longer than the water-based kind. This gives it the upper hand if you’re looking into a long and uninterrupted play with a blow job masturbator. It takes out the fuss and muss that usually comes with using a water-based lube. Some people, however, describe this particular type of lube similar to using motor oil on your body parts…probably because they’ve tried using it before? Well, there is only one way to find out — try it out for yourself. One thing you should also remember is that clean-up would not be as easy, even if you can use a silicone-lubed blowjob toy in water.

Oil-based lubricants are not really that popular or highly recommended, but it pays to known the difference among the three types of lubes. Its bad rep has something to do with it corroding latex, making them very much incompatible with condoms, not that you would enjoy whipping your willy with a plastic in the way. It’s even worse when used with a partner as it is likely to sever ties with your shaft’s best friend due to some health problems. You should not use it on your blowjob toy as well, as it tends to be messy and slimy.

How do you choose the right lube to use?

Id Glide SeriesWater-based lubes are the safest choice, but the materials used on a dick sucking toy or masturbator could still dictate which lubricant is the most appropriate. Opposites do attract, but it is the other way around with silicone-made sexy toys. When silicone comes in contact with silicone, everything just binds together and then starts tearing apart. Yep, it’s that volatile. This goes without saying that you can’t use silicone-based lubes on a blowjob toy made of silicone.

Avoid using oil-based lubricants on sex toys made of PVC Jelly. Since it is a porous material, oil will easily cause it to break down. Would you risk losing your playmate that gives you that squishy satisfying feeling?

One of the materials that are compatible with just about any lube is ABS. A common thermoplastic, this enables the creation of hard and smooth molded products that can be a source of ultimate pleasure. Although it works with all types of lubes, water-based and silicone-based are highly recommended. Most blow job machines, however, use a combination of ABS and other materials, which is why it is best to stick with water-based lubes.

Do you need to lube a blowjob toy? The choice is really up to you. But because lubes promise maximum pleasure and satisfaction, make sure you wet down your ol' slip and slide.