You may already have heard about it... this amazing lube is inexpensive, latex safe, very slippery, and is particularly good for inserting large objects in your butt. It also washes off easily with a sprinkle of salt that breaks down the lubricant's molecular structure. J-Lube is a high tech, long chain polyethylene polymer. It takes some practice to get use to mixing, but its than worth the time experimenting to get the perfect blend!
You add water to the J-Lube white powder to make the lubricant. One 10 oz. container of J-Lube makes an amazing six to eight gallons of lube! This also means you can travel with the powder without the worry of spillage into your luggage and only make as much as you will need. For various desired consistencies, we have shared some of the best mixing recipes for J-Lube below.
Pro Mixing Tips:
Alternative ways to apply J-Lube:
- Mix 1/8 cup J-Lube to 1-1/2 cup water – it can be mixed with a hand-held blender or shaken in a jar.
- Mix 1/8 cup J-Lube for every 1 cup water makes a mix that is way too thick. Use a blender, adding water or J-Lube till the consistency is workable.
- It works best when it’s mixed thick. Make small quantities, since it doesn’t keep well – and you don’t really need 6 gallons of lube sitting around, do you? Make it fresh, or keep it in the fridge for a few days. It freezes well, too, so when you’ve got your preferred recipe down, you can make a big batch, pour play-sized portions in plastic cups, and freeze it.
- When mixing in a blender, put the water in first, turn the blender on and then add (a little at a time) the J-Lube. As the mixture begins to thicken, you will have to turn up the speed of the blades, or you will burn the motor out. Some people never bother measuring the amount of the powder. They just keep adding a little J-Lube at a time, until it’s thick.
- Take one bottle of J-Lube and slowly sprinkle it on 3 quarts of water with the mixer running. A Kitchen Aid with the beater that travels around the bowl works best. When it is fairly well mixed, turn off the mixer and let it sit overnight. By morning all the lumps will be gone. At this viscosity it doesn’t run all over the floor and sticks to dildos fairly well.
- Cold water seems to be the best for mixing. The use of warm water contributes to the lump problem. It can be kept in the refrigerator for up to three weeks. If you don’t like cold J-Lube up your butt, then place the prepared J-Lube in a bowl of warm/hot water for a few minutes.
- Some use just a regular blender. You do have to let it sit for a while to let the froth/bubbles go down. Freezing & thawing it after mixing and before using takes care of any lumps and also make it lots thicker than when originally mixed.
- Frozen J-Lube cubes melt quickly and can be a welcome relief to a well used butt after an evening of play! You can use Popsicle molds, too. Much easier to handle when it’s frozen.
- Fill a syringe or a plastic bottle equipped with a long, narrow tube (like a Fleet enema) with prepared J-Lube. Insert up a butt and give it a good squeeze. Put some on your hand and arm and off you go!
- Pour the mixture into a clean shampoo or hand lotion bottle with a plunger.
- Try putting J-Lube dry in a cup and water in another and just dip your fingers into the dry and apply to the butt and then dip your fingers into the water and presto. Just dip your fingers into the water when you need to refresh. This gets rid of the need to fuss with the getting the mixing right and you use so very little this way.
- Mix ¼ cup of J-Lube with ¼ cup of water. Mix this with half of a 3 pound can of Crisco in a food processor (or in a bowl with a spoon), then add the rest of the can and finish mixing it. Refrigerate or freeze it until playtime.
Size: 286 grams (9.60 oz)
Ingredients: Polyethylene polymer, dispersing agent. Warning: For Veterinarian Use Only. Leakage of this product into the peritoneal cavity may cause illness and/or death.