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2020-08-20 05:56

TheReverend Asked: Silk and silicone toys

Is Silk safe to use with silicone toys?

Sliquid Answered:

Silk is safe to use with higher end silicone toys, usually those that are platinum cured. Softer silicone toys are more likely to interact. We suggest testing a spot on the base of the toy, or using a water based product.

2020-08-10 12:49

Cori Asked: Toy cleaner

Is the Shine Toy Cleaner safe to use on silicone toys?

Sliquid Answered:

Yes, it is safe for silicone toys.

2020-07-15 12:25

Bill Asked: Massage oils questions


I’m wondering if your massage oils can also be used as a lubricant for sex safely and also for toys? I recently received some samples and really enjoyed them. We didn’t intend on using it as lube, but things happen.

Sliquid Answered:

We do not recommend using oils internally as a lubricant, as it can cause issues for some people. That being said, many people use natural oils like coconut oil as a lubricant regularly with no complications. It comes down to your personal body chemistry.

2020-07-10 05:34

Taylor Asked: Difference between products

What is the difference between H20, Sassy, Sea, and Silk Silquid Naturals, please. Thanks. What I’m looking for is the smoothest Silquid without any additives or burning sensations products.
Thanks for your site and products. I’ve been using the Sassy.

Sliquid Answered:

H2O is the base formula for all of the others listed. Sassy is a thicker version of H2O, Silk blends H2O with silicone to make a hybrid. Sea adds seaweed extracts to H2O.

2020-07-10 05:33

Needs Lube Asked: Sliquid Miles

What are sliquid miles? I haven’t made an account yet, and I can’t find what they are on the website.

Sliquid Answered:

Details about the Sliquid Miles program can be found at:


Sliquid Miles

2020-07-10 05:32

Emily Asked: Is heat harmful to the lube ?


I bought a bottle of sliquid sassy and I just got it from my mailbox today. It has been quite hot for the past few days where I live, and when I opened the package the bottle was in fact pretty warm. Although I don’t see anything suspicious inside the bottle (color, etc), I wonder if heat could make the lube dangerous to use (by growing bacteria) or if it could damage it in some way (like irreversibly altering its thickness).


Sliquid Answered:

Extended exposure to heat will lessen the products shelf life. A couple of days in transit shouldn’t have any effect. When the product breaks down due to heat, it will become watery.

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