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Sex Toy Review: Waifu Goo Mineral Oil Based Lubricant (Sponsored)

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Published on 24 Jun 2022 / In Entertainment

⁣⁣Product Link: https://bit.ly/waifugoo

Developed by Revy Innovations, Waifu-Goo is a lubricant based on mineral oil rather than water. This is especially ideal for TPE dolls. Water-based lubricant can damage a TPE doll if not cleaned out and dried after use, causing unpleasant smells and mold damage over time. Mineral-oil based lubricant will not damage a TPE doll and does not need to be cleaned out. The TPE will simply soak the lube up. Mineral-oil based lubricant can be used in place of standard mineral oil and makes TPE doll maintenance "fun". Can be used as massage oil, moisturizer, skin protectant, lip balm, or any other application where mineral oil can be used. Mineral-oil based lubricant is made from food-grade mineral oil and is unscented. Each bottle contains 8 oz. of mineral-oil based lubricant.

Small batch product
Hand crafted and homemade
Each bottle comes with a random whimsical anime sticker

Background Music: "Fingers" by Otis McDonald. Courtesy of the YouTube Audio Library.

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revy
revy 2 months ago

Firstly: TFM suggests not cleaning out your doll after using the Waifu Goo lube, because it is oil-based and will be absorbed by your doll instead of growing mold. HOWEVER: while the Waifu Goo is oil-based, your cum is water-based. So you still need to clean your cum out.

Secondly, for education, lubricants fall into one of the following categories:

Silicone-based lube:
Most premium "personal" lubricants like KY jelly and Astroglide fall in this category (these lubricants are not water-based unless TFM found another variant).
Silicone lube is known to melt "chinesium" and therefore should not be used with dolls.

Water-based lube:
It is considered to be the lowest quality of the lubes, as it has a tendency to dry out quickly, exacerbating the SRP’s high lube consumption rate.
And yea, it grows mold if you don't completely clean it out.
Also, it risks corrosion to the metal components of the SRP. While effort has been made to make the SRP resistant to fluids, it is far from waterproof. As such, water-based lube is not recommended.

Oil-based lube:
Is not as slippery as the other lubes, but still does a fine job. Plus it doubles as TPE maintenance gel.
But make sure you don't use an "organic" lube like coconut oil, otherwise you run into the contamination problem.
It does not corrode iron (mechanical) or copper (electrical). In fact, it would only act as lubricant for the motor. So it is ideal for the SRP.

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mgtowisfreedom2
mgtowisfreedom2 2 months ago

Thanks revy for invocations

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DutchCobbler
DutchCobbler 2 months ago

Foreplay doesn't have to be about exciting the other person. Some people enjoy performing for their own pleasure as well.

With newer dolls than Celestina oiling monthly is actually not recommended. Newer WM dolls actually suggest oiling about 3 times a year and spot cleaning as needed. i think TPE has come a long way in a short time, but I admire TFM's dedication to keeping Celestina going strong.

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Karuros
Karuros 2 months ago

LOL it looks like TFM's gloves are disintegrating. also it looks like cum.

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revy
revy 2 months ago

Yea I noticed that when developing it ... Was debating marketing it as cum lube or something, but decided against it. Consistency is also very similar to cum. But it's oily, whereas cum is watery

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sardonicsmile
sardonicsmile 2 months ago

So, just to be sure.
Mineral oil is non toxic, right?
It should be non irritating to the urethra opening, right?

Looks like a smart design/mixture. Just the right amount of viscosity.

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DutchCobbler
DutchCobbler 2 months ago

Mineral oil should be safe to use unless you have a personal issue with it such as a demal reaction.

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revy
revy 2 months ago

Mineral Oil is basically the same as baby oil. (usually baby oil adds lavender and scents and stuff) so it's extremely unlikely to cause a skin reaction. Waifu goo has mostly identical chemical properties to mineral oil, so it should also be equally non-reactive

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