Here’s a formula posted on Amazon feedback from a frequent user, purchaser of the product. Some minor edits were made to correct grammar or spelling…

This lubricant is fairly well misunderstood. It’s not enough to simply mix with water. That makes a lubricant that is either too snotty in consistency or one that dries out too quickly. What you want are the directions for how to prepare this lubricant best to make it more human-useful. Here are my unofficial directions that you never knew you needed but you really really do need a basic guideline how to prepare this personal lubricant best and how to do it according to your personal taste. Myself, ai like lube when it isn’t runny and isn’t constantly in a state of dry-out. Prepare your J-Lube like so for a more silky—not snotty—kind of longer lasting lubricant experience with more feeling to it.

  1. Mix one part J-Lube powder into a large cup with 5 parts water. (i.e. 2 Tablespoons J-Lube with 10 Tablespoons of water). Adjust to preference.
  2. Stir or Blend thoroughly until no white chunks of lube powder are visible.
  3. Microwave for at least 1 minute. Check to see if boiling. Keep microwaving in 30 second intervals until you see the lube actually boil. Then stop immediately! You don’t want to boil it dry or burn it. Just a light quick boil.
  4. Cool lubricant at room temperature. (Set aside on a counter or in your refrigerator for at least 10 minutes to cool off before touching your new vastly improved J-Lube.)

It is the microwaving in step 3 that makes all the difference. Boiling it changes it somehow and gets rid of the snot feeling and adds the silky feeling. Now it’s my go-to favorite lubricant because it doesn’t wear out too quickly, isn’t really sticky anymore, and is cheap as far as other lubes go. Hopefully this helps a lot of you out to prepare your J-Lube for the most pleasurable results possible!

From <https://www.amazon.com/JorVet-J0109-J-Lube-Lubric-Pwd-10Oz/dp/B006G2S17A?th=1#customerReviews>

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