1. Silicone Lube Cleanup

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    KingGrthy [sign in to see picture]
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    I use silicone lube quite a bit and as anyone else who does will know it is a PITA to clean up.

    Sooo, anyone out there find something that works really well that is easy?

    I’ve tried a few things, some better than others but short of properly scrubbing everything the bathroom is still slippery as hell!

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    We quite like the reminder of what we did, soap and hot water is all we use

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    I'm always careful not to spill on the floor but always takes a while to clean it from my bum area. The one advantage with silicone is you don't need much so it's never too great a mess. I usually use something heavy duty like kitchen roll for initial wipe, then baby wipes and either get in shower or wash with hot water and soap. I also use an old shower mat on the floor to take any drips which can easily be rinsed off in the shower also. .

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    Michael777 wrote:

    I'm always careful not to spill on the floor but always takes a while to clean it from my bum area. The one advantage with silicone is you don't need much so it's never too great a mess. I usually use something heavy duty like kitchen roll for initial wipe, then baby wipes and either get in shower or wash with hot water and soap. I also use an old shower mat on the floor to take any drips which can easily be rinsed off in the shower also. .

    I don’t have any issues cleaning myself, it makes skin feel very soft and comes off reasonably easy with soap.

    however, while it takes very little for sex, it also takes about a teaspoon to turn the bathtub into a slip and slide brain injury waiting to happen lol!

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    KingGrthy wrote:

    Michael777 wrote:

    I'm always careful not to spill on the floor but always takes a while to clean it from my bum area. The one advantage with silicone is you don't need much so it's never too great a mess. I usually use something heavy duty like kitchen roll for initial wipe, then baby wipes and either get in shower or wash with hot water and soap. I also use an old shower mat on the floor to take any drips which can easily be rinsed off in the shower also. .

    I don’t have any issues cleaning myself, it makes skin feel very soft and comes off reasonably easy with soap.

    however, while it takes very little for sex, it also takes about a teaspoon to turn the bathtub into a slip and slide brain injury waiting to happen lol!

    Ha that's true but I usually find hot water and power cleaning spray usually gets rid of any slippery remains on the mat.
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    KingGrthy [sign in to see picture]
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    What’s “power cleaning spray”?

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    KingGrthy wrote:

    What’s “power cleaning spray”?

    Bathroom power cleaner spray that shifts most things.
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    Well, my go-to is not using it in the first place but I've done casual sex with people who do and find that the best way to do it is shower with some shower gel. It usually washes clean off once they mix.

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    MK7 wrote:

    Well, my go-to is not using it in the first place but I've done casual sex with people who do and find that the best way to do it is shower with some shower gel. It usually washes clean off once they mix.

    I don’t dislike it, it and hybrids are by far the best lubes. Simply using shower gel does not get it off hard surfaces though.

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    Have you tried classic swarfega, the one with no scrubbing grains in it. It's for oils; and it's non solvent basedd so shouldn't damage a bath. I have not tried it fir this, but it may be worth a try; I don't have any in the house at the momment or I would have done a test for you.

    I don't tend to use lubes in the bath or shower; no one to play with and all that.

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    i could imagine it's really hard if not impossible to remove from say the bed sheets if the silicone gease/spray I use on the car is anything to go by?

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    Quiet ones are worse! wrote:

    i could imagine it's really hard if not impossible to remove from say the bed sheets if the silicone gease/spray I use on the car is anything to go by?

    It comes out in the wash fine, I find it most difficult to remove from hard surfaces.

    Although I did spill some on the carpet and I haven’t found an effective way to clean that up, luckily the stain is very light but it has continued to get larger for about a month

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