Best Lube for Onahole, Pocket Pussy & Fleshlight

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As explained in the ‘Onahole, Pocket Pussy, Masturbator Buyers Guide’. All of the previously mentioned names in this article are just different names for the same type of sex toy. They are all just different words for a sex toy that you put your penis in, and that you need lube to use. This means that the lube advice in this article will work for you no matter which masturbator you have. In other words, it works for Masturbators, Onaholes, Pocket Pussys, Male Strokers, and Fleshlights. They are all the same type of sex toy.

Let's talk about lubricant or lube for male masturbators. If you have touched any elastomer material made masturbators, you know that there is no way you can penetrate it without proper lubrication. Masturbator skin sticks to the head of your penis, and it won’t let you in.

It's just like an unaroused vagina. It has to be wet. How do you get it wet then?

Since your masturbator does not get aroused no matter how good your skills are, you have to grab a bottle of lube for it.

There are several different types of sex toy lubricants available as you probably know. Make sure to use water-based lubricant for male masturbators. Oil-based or silicone-based lubricants will damage the material of the masturbator.

It is easy to distinguish water-based lubricants. A label on the bottle usually says whether or not it is water-based, or a salesperson at the store you are buying it from can tell you which lubricant is water-based. But it is very difficult to tell the exact viscosity or thickness of the lubricant until you actually use it.

Do we need to care about the thickness of lubricants? It's only lube for sex toys right?

Well, I know it doesn't seem to make much of a difference if the consistency of the lube is thick or thin, but the fact is it makes a world of difference, and I will explain how those thin and thick lube work differently.

Let’s take a woman's tits and nipples as an example. When she wears a thin bra, people can see her nipple right through the bra, right?

A thin bra is like thin lube. What I mean by that is, when the lube is thin, it creates a thin film over whatever it's covering. Because the film is thin, you can see through what's underneath, and most likely you can even feel the texture under the thin film when you touch the film.

Because this lady is wearing a thin shirt, you could clearly feel her nipples if you touched her tits, that's if she allows you to touch them. Thin-film (thin lube) works just like her thin shirt.

What happens when she wears a thick bra or thick shirt? You won't be able to see her nipples or feel anything if she tells you to put your hands on her breasts. That's exactly how thick lube works. Thick lube creates a thick film, and you can't feel the texture underneath.

That being said, thin lube works better when the masturbator is lined with small dots or ribs or whatever may be, because the thin film created by thin lube does not cover up those small dots or ribs completely, and you are still able to feel them.

But on the other hand, should you then use thick lube because your masturbator is lined with large bumps or ribs? That depends. You still can use thin lube so that you can feel stronger stimulation from those big bumps or ribs. Big bumps are meant to give you stronger stimulation. Why would you want to cover them up with thick lube? Thick lube is good when the stimulation is too much for you to handle. Thick lube can weaken the stimulation level.

So, if you like strong stimulation, thin lube like Silky Lube from Tomax would work well for you. But one negative thing about thin lube is that thin lube tends to get dried up much faster than thick lube, and there is pretty much nothing you can do about it. It is water based and “low viscosity” after all. It naturally dries up quickly.

When lube gets dried, you can tell it is losing slipperiness because you feel more drag as you stroke. Then you either have to apply more lube or give it a little bit of spit. Yes, spit works really well, believe it or not. Just a little amount of moisture will reactivate slipperiness.

You bought a masturbator, but you didn't like it, or you thought it would feel better. That actually happens to many people. And oftentimes it's because you are just using the wrong kind of lubricant. Try thicker or thinner lube and see if that changes how you feel.

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