Let’s face it, I’m not a fan of silicone-based lubes For one thing, my collection of sex toys is almost exclusively silicone, which is not supposed to come in contact with silicone-based lubes Also, water-based lubes are just safer and more appealing to me.
1. The same ingredients found in silicone lube can often be found in moisturizers, shampoos, conditioners, and de-frizzing products. Use silicone lube to smooth out your skin or your fly-aways.
2. Is that squeaky door bugging you? Drip some silicone lube on the hinges and forget about it.
3. Instead of shaving cream, try a layer of silicone lube. It’ll help your razor glide smoothly and cut the hairs closer. It can also minimize razor burn and those stupid red bumps. Then, just wash it off with soap and water.
4. I’ve used silicone lube to seal a little wooden box I made. If your wood has a finish, or your planning to add a finish, don’t use silicone lube. It can turn your finish into a sticky, gooey mess.
5. Since silicone lube doesn’t get washed away easily by water, you could use it to slick yourself up before a swim meet. It’ll help cut any drag when you’re in the water. Probably works on boats and water skis, too.
6. If you have any latex clothing like I do (Review of the Latex Basic Cincher from Liberator & Review of Liberator’s Latex Pencil Skirt) it should have come with a bottle of silicone lube to keep it polished.
7. Shine your shoes! Works well to add a water-repellant coat to your boots and whatnot. Don’t use it on suede, though.
8. Sexy slip n’ slide time! What? I know some adult companies that have done that. I’m not liable, if you get hurt.
9. Slippery wrestling matches, which will be very messy and possibly dangerous. I’m not liable for anything.
10. Cut down on static cling and chaffing with silicone lube.
Have another random use for silicone lube? Let me know in the comments!