Oil-based lubricants :: tend to stain fabrics and can be difficult to wash off. But such lubes are safe for use during sex. Oil-based lubricants also destroy latex, so you should never use with condoms, diaphragms or other types of contraceptives. Oil-based lubricants are great for those who prefer anal sex or masturbation. Oil-based lubricants, such as petroleum jelly, though inexpensive, are difficult to remove from the body after use. They are not water soluble and require soap and water to clean it up. Despite these facts, oil-based lubricants are the most commonly used kind of lubrication.
You should not use :: douche and enema if your partner suffers from inflammatory diseases in rectum or large intestine, piles. Don't use self made, non standard or defective douche and enema. Nothing but pure water should be injected. Even recommended decoctions and solutions may have unpredictable physiological influence. If you would like to enhance cleansing effect of douche and enema, add a teaspoon of baby soap solution, or 1-2 tablespoon of glycerin. Don't use hot or cold water. If during the procedure your partner complaints about pain stop any manipulations with douche and enema.
You should keep in :: mind using and storing glass toys is that they are made of glass. Glass breaks fairly easily, and broken glass is very sharp. Even a small nick in a glass sex toy may cause pain to your organs. Therefore, you have to be very careful with glass toys, especially when they're all lubricated - the slickness is part of the point, but these suckers are slippery, and they're triple-slippery when they are wet. So keep them well away from hard surfaces. And when you store your glass toy, it's a very good idea to wrap it in a soft cloth, to avoid bruises in the bedside drawer. You may use your favorite lubricants on your sex toy. While the smooth sensation of a glass sex toy will make your natural secretions flow, it is still recommended to use lubricants during your plays.