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How long does Sliquid Sizzle last in the bottle? What is its shelf life?
All Sliquid lubricants have a 3 year shelf life unopened, and will last 6 to 12 months once opened.
Do sliquid lube products expire? If so, how long are they safe for?
Our water based products have a 3 year shelf life unopened, and a 6 – 12 month shelf life once opened, depending on storage conditions (out of sunlight, lid closed, room temperature, not exposed to bacteria, etc.).
Which Sliquid organics choose against high dryness (for high hydratation) and to avoid very painful (almost impossible) sexual relations ? Because of menopausal state and very rare sexual relations.
I would suggest Sliquid Organics Silk or Sliquid Organics Natural Gel.
From what source do you produce the potassium sorbate that your lubricants contain? Is it created in a laboratory (chemically) or natural? And can it irritate the skin?
We use food grade potassium sorbate that is manufactured to be nature identical. If you are sensitive to potassium sorbate, it is possible that it may be an irritant to you.
I use *a lot* of Sliquid Silk lube (it’s good stuff!) — does it come in larger volumes than the 8.5oz bottles?
8.5oz is the largest size currently available for all Sliquid products.
Hello, I’ve discovered my sliquid has spilled in a drawer- unfortunately with a fabric lining. Is there a recommended way to clean this up? Thank you!
Hello, if the fabric liner is unable to be taken our for washing, your best bet is to soak up as much as possible and then blot with isopropyl alcohol. I would suggest testing in an inconspicuous area first. Also, keep in mind if the fabric is glued down, the alcohol may take that glue off.