MeetFighters.comGeneral Wrestling and Fighting TopicsA question about oil... A question about oil... General TopicsAdultClassifiedsVideos Comments (18) theventure (9 ) 1/03/2018 12:09 AM Coconut Oil +1 Comes out of clothes pretty well Smells good Feels amazing Translate Rocket (2 ) 1/03/2018 12:25 AM (In reply to this)I think the old oil stains are very erotic Translate phyta123 (15) 1/01/2018 9:33 PM Sounds fun, but its carcinogenic. Translate Rocket (2 ) 12/22/2017 7:15 PM My x boy friend and I would change motor oil in the driveway. We would open the drain cock and the beautiful black gold would slide onto our pants and wherever we touched. The idea here was motor oil and a mess. Oh what a mess. The smell of the old oil became intoxicating. But the clothes were very not even good enough for rags. We just like machinesand a slimy mess Translate MudFighterMel (0) 12/27/2017 12:32 AM (In reply to this)old motor oil is so good to wrestle in! have been covered in it too really trashes clothes!! especially if u wrestle/fight in it but u can wrestle and fight in it in leather - I have in a garage in an inspection pit and in a scrapyard in large pools of it - bloody brilliant! Translate Rocket (2 ) 12/16/2017 7:36 AM Oil is a good looking part of any man. The shine of the muscle just send someone like me to the moon. Ya please use oil for your body as well as well as sex. Ouch please hurt me. Translate iceblendedmocha (1) 12/11/2017 11:21 PM I like filtered coconut oil (the kind u cool with like from trader Jose) with a splash of water. U can nuke it for 30s-1 min to get it warm. Easy clean up and zero smell. Washes out nicely too Translate Spruceman (60 ) 12/08/2017 1:31 PM Oil will cause any rubber-like elastics in whichever garments being used, such as the waistband in Speedolike, or plain old underpants. (in the same way that prolonged storage at sub-zero temperatures will do–so don't store those garments in an outbuilding where/when it gets that cold) Use old garments slated for the trash, just as you would for rip wrestling. Translate Merseywrestle (73 ) 11/08/2017 2:36 PM To be honest if you are going to wrestle in a singlet, trunks or underwear, use something old so you can throw away afterwards, as it can be a pain to wash off a lot of oil. If you do want to wash them afterwards use a cooking oil like oilive or rapeseed as they wash off better than baby oil, also dont use too much just enough to coat yourself. Translate Pegasus (2) 11/08/2017 2:48 PM (In reply to this)Oh okay it sounds very risky then to use it on clothes you want to keep. Thanks for the advice. Translate Spruceman (60 ) 12/11/2017 8:13 PM (In reply to this)If you were local, I'd take you on in a heartbeat --- oil or no oil :) Translate Pegasus (2) 12/13/2017 11:27 AM (In reply to this)Haha thanks. Translate Merseywrestle (73 ) 11/08/2017 2:50 PM (In reply to this)If I wrestle in oil I always use something I know am going to throw afterwards otherwise it is naked. Translate Pegasus (2) 11/08/2017 12:42 PM Hello guys, I have never done Oil Wrestling before but I am interested in trying it out so what I am asking might be a fact to you but... is there any kind of oil that can be rinsed off or must you put garments that you are just going to throw it away afterwards? Thanks in advance! Translate midwestboxer (32 ) 12/14/2017 12:00 AM (In reply to this)If you're just looking for a slick oil like substance I'd highly recommend a water based lubricant like Jlube. There is no smell, it's super slick, and washes out easily. It is in powder form and you can mix it to whatever consistency that you'd like. Translate Pegasus (2) 12/15/2017 4:03 PM (In reply to this)Thank you! Translate MudFighterMel (0) 12/04/2017 9:01 PM (In reply to this)I agree with what 'Mersey' said - same when I wrestle in mud and muck! if you are not wrestling naked then wrestle in gear you can throw away after - unless it's leather! which I love wrestling in as it can be cleaned up after and used many times! even in old motor oil in which I've wrestled! Translate Pegasus (2) 12/11/2017 4:46 PM (In reply to this)So leather works? Though I am not a fan of leather but okay if it's not wasted afterwards I might try that suggestion. Thank you! TranslateYou need to log in to post a comment.