• Gay Brindle says:

    Wow that is just like my catsuit which was treated to a chlorination by Latex Essence.Certainly is nice to avoid all the talc powder mess.

  • Dark says:

    Proof: Getting dress is no excuse any more honey. I do think the socks and briefs helped a tad, but the neck entry going on like that was impressive.

    Can we see how long it takes him to get out of that?

  • Phil says:

    I don’t think I’ll ever wear anything else than Chlorinated latex. I wish every big latex shop would offer chlorination. Any list of chlorinated latex shops?

  • Ellendyl says:

    Chlorination can be done easily, simply and at a very low price at home.
    I’ve made a small txt about that on Fetlife:
    (English is not my first language, so there may be some inaccuracy in the text, all my apologizes)

    “Tired of using talcum or lube for dressing aid?

    You can chlorinate your latex, to give it a silky smooth feeling, by blocking the “rubbing” molecular bonds.

    Informations in english here:…
    Small equivalent in french I shared via this blog:…

    I can write a summary on the how to:
    (my english temrs could be wrong, because it’s not my first language)

    What you need

    – 3 buckets at least 12l of volume (one is preferred to be closed, but a plank on top is enough)
    – 2 measuring bowls going to 200ml
    – 2 big plastic spoons (the kind for kitchen is good)
    – lots of tap water
    – bleach water (typical standard un-flavoured un-perfumed one, non concentrated… the basic one)
    – vinegar (the white, basic, un-flavoured, un-perfumed, got the idea ;) )
    – an aerated room (or better, an outside)

    What to do:

    – First, clean your garments to remove talc, polish, lube, other bodily fluids ;op
    – Fill two buckets full of tap water (the ones you will not close), they will serve at rinsing. The closable bucket will serve as reaction bucket.

    – fill the reaction bucket with around 7l of tap water.
    – measure 200ml of bleach water in the first bowl, pour it in the reaction bucket and mix water and bleach with the first spoon.
    – measure 200ml of vinegar in the second bowl, pour it in the reaction bucket and mix water with the second spoon.
    – the reaction is beginning, put the garment (or two small garments like skirt or top) in the reaction bucket, push them with the second spoon, once it seems well in the water, close the bucket.
    – we will let it around 15 minutes in it, afterwards there is nearly no more chlorine. In the meantime, I mix and check every 5 minutes, mainly to avoid latex sticking to itself, then impeding chlorine to touch its surface.
    – when the 15 minutes are ended, pull the garment out, put it in the first rinsing bucket, mix a bit.
    – then put it in the second rinsing bucket, reversing it inside out between them.

    You have to do this cycle at least 4 times (twice inside, twice outside the garment). But it depends on the latex, Libidex/Radical Rubber is needing at least 6 cycles.

    Then, let dry, you’ll quickly feel the difference!


    – Chlorine is a dangerous gas. But here it’s very small amount. Anyway, prefer to do it in a ventilated place.
    – Chlorine is heavier than air, so if latex is out of the water, it will still bath in the chlorine gas. Best to put as much as possible in the water, but don’t be afraid of out-of-water parts, they are treated as well. What you want to avoid is latex sticking to itself, so move it to have water in between
    – Bleach os not that harmful for skin, neither is vinegar. When they are reacting, the cancel each other, so don’t be afraid of putting your hands in this.
    – the result mix can be thrown away in the sink, it’s just some kind of salt, unharmful.
    – I’ve seen no influence on the elasticity of the latex (no reason to, it’s surface treatment, elasticity comes mainly from volume)
    – I’ve seen no influence on the glued part, it’s still strong. What is true is that treated latex will not be glued afterwards, since chlorine is taking the same place as the gluing molecules
    – I’ve seen no influence on colors, but I treated only black, red, metallic blue, metallic green, purple and pink. Maybe other colors could have reactions, I don’t know.
    – you may be wanting to keep some zones untreated, like the top inner part of legging or stockings, so that it’s still kept stuck to your skin there, just put some tape over that zone to avoid water and chlorine to reach it.

    Besides that, I don’t think I forgot something.
    The method is easy, cheap, quite quick, and really really worth it.
    That turns people from “yuk, latex, keep that away from me” to “hmm, latex, I can’t stop touching myself while wearing this” :op

    I stay available for any question!”

  • Gian911it says:

    WOw. That’s the ultimate solution ! Great and really comfortable !

  • Dark says:

    Yea… why the hell don’t they all – that is the sellers sell ONLY chlorinated latex? I suspect it would be very popular and boost sales. I don’t get it.

  • Lady Arrakis says:

    I just got my catsuit from jlatex chlorinated by Catalyst latex and I’m very pleased! Vid is not very usefull by using untypical suit to put it on. I can put on my suit in equal time, including zipping it up (fron zip option).

  • Utaszz says:

    Thats a small company from Poland working with radical rubber latex sheets. They chlorinate every garment you order. And they do “made to measure” for free. All you have to do is to register and input your measurments.
    From what I know, they use a computer software for making personalized pattern. And then they cut the latex sheet by using laser plotter. So the the measurment data goes straight from your account to the laser.

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