Make a Lube Injector

Having a tool to get lube up your ass for fisting or toy play is, in my humble opinion, essential for safe and pleasurable play. Good lubrication reduces friction between skin and toy surfaces with the sensitive tissues in you lower gastrointestinal (GI) tract . Lubrication also captures bacteria and may even help reduce the chances of STI infection.

Getting lube in your hole is not too hard. Depending on what kind of lube you’re using you can easy squirt or push it in. But, what if you’re a depth-player. I love depth play and depending on the size of a man’s arm I can usually fit him in from anywhere pre-elbow to mid-bicep. So for me getting lube past my second hole is absolutely necessary.

Pushing and squirting lube in me just won’t to the trick. I looked for lube injectors in sex shops but found all of them woefully inadequate. Since I like creating things, do-it-yourself inventions, I decided to make my own. I went through several variations until I came up with a design that is sturdy, effective and relatively safe (depending on how you use it of course). The simple designed worked really well for me and continues to do so after many years.

My design was simple and very basic. All I did was to find a commercially available BBQ juice injector and make a couple of minor modifications. I have two versions that I use; one for getting Crisco a few inches inside my hole near the middle of my rectum. I use the other for depositing J-lube past my second hole. It’s important to note here that you want to use small quantities of lube because if you use too much, a hydraulic effect occurs and creates uncomfortable pressure as you try to move an arm or a toy up your GI tract.

My Crisco lube injector

To make the first injector, all I simply had to do was find a juice injector with a silicone o-ring plunger and throw away the injection needle. You want a silicone plunger because it will not degrade like rubber or plastic will. Rubber quickly becomes “gummy” and unusable. Some plastics will too, but plastic plungers are not recommended because they simple don’t fit tightly enough within the cylinder.

You can find scores of different brands online and on Amazon. I haven’t used this particular brand before, but this one looks ideal and only costs about $7.00

The second injector I made for depth to deposit my J-lube, was one I found at Home Depot. I later found the same model on Amazon for a lower price. With this one, all I did was to take one of the injection needles and cut it in half and then take a 1/4″ tube approximately 6″ to 8″ long and force it over the remaining part of the needle. It’s important that the fit is tight. I took a cigarette lighter to slightly melt the edges at the other end of the tubing to eliminate any sharp edges.

My deep J-lube injector

The tubing adds the necessary length to get the lube deep and also make it easy to siphon lube out of a bottle or other container

If you don’t use J-lube, due to the small diameter of the tube, you should be aware that thick lubricants won’t work. They will be nearly impossible to draw up into the cylinder. Lubes with a liquid consistency will work best.

Another Great Lube Mix

I’m always experimenting. That’s what I do. That’s who I am. I’m also always playing with toys…really big ones.

Some time ago a man from Germany living locally said he wanted to fist me and laid out his plans for us in his fantasy. In them he said he’d lube me up with vaseline. I’d never really thought of using vaseline as fisting lube because it worked miserably for regular sex, so I asked him why. His only answer was that it was thicker than other lubes and lasted longer.

The Boss Hogg

We never hooked up, but the idea of using vaseline stuck with me. Then I bought a Boss Hogg toy from Mr. Hankey Toys, which has 5 sizes. Of course I bought one of the biggest. It was a really tight fit and Crisco didn’t seem to do it, nor did J-lube, even really thick J-lube. Then I remembered what my German friend said about vaseline. I had some in the bathroom so I fetched it and gave it a try. As a lube it was better than Crisco, but more tacky and difficult to work with. I use a kitchen juice injector to insert lube deep into my hole. Trying to stuff it with vaseline was really messy no matter how hard I tried to keep things neat and clean. Normally I can just put J-lube in a small container and draw the mix up with the injector. With Crisco I could take the end off the injector and plunge it into the can of Crisco and pull it out. But not with the vaseline.

Homemade lube injectors made from commercially available BBQ juice injectors

My solution was to mix all three ingredients to see how that would work. It took me a bit of experimenting with the right proportions, but I finally came up with a mixture that was equal parts Crisco, vaseline and J-lube. J-lube is the variable though. It really depends on how thick you make it which is a personal choice. The J-lube mixture I used was as thick as a heavy syrup. The combined concoction was thick as a paste but thin enough that it could be sucked up by the juice injector.

I’ve used the mixture now for several months and I really like it. It coats the surface of the Boss Hogg really well and feels great for fisting. It’s easy to make although more complicated than whipping up a batch of J-lube. It’s easy to bottle and use in my juice injector and best of all, a little goes a long way.

On the down side, it is harder to clean up. Vaseline doesn’t dissolve with dish detergent as easy as Crisco does. J-lube is difficult to wash off, and any utensils you use in the mixing process are a pain to clean up unless you use a dish washer with high heat and a hefty batch of detergent. It’s also a bitch to get out of fabrics.

Fortunately for me I have a dedicated play space in the garage with a big wash tub/sink and plenty of really hot water. In my case, the pros outweigh the cons. I highly recommend try giving a couple of small batches a try to see how you like it.

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J-Lube Formula & Instructions

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>