rnch saidwhen bottoming, have ya'll noticed any difference between silicon and water based lubes in terms of comfort and longevity?
Not to be a nitpicker here, but I think you mean SILICONE, not SILICON.SILICON
(without the "e" on the end) is defined by the Miriam-Websters online dictionary as:"a tetravalent nonmetallic element that occurs combined as the most abundant element next to oxygen in the earth's crust and is used especially in ferrosilicon for steelmaking, in other alloys, and in semiconductors." SILICONE
(with an "e" on the end) is defined as: "any of various polymeric organic silicon compounds obtained as oils, greases, or plastics and used especially for water-resistant and heat-resistant lubricants, varnishes, binders, and electric insulators"
Somehow I think a SILICON lubricant would be, at the very least, a bit...rough