As a fetish blogger, I have written a number of fetish guides dealing with different aspects of latex fetishism and the fetish community. How do you come out with a latex fetish? How do you go to a fetish party? How do I meet other people into latex? How do you wear latex in public? These are all questions I try to answer here.
Taking care of latex clothing is essential for ensuring that it lasts for a long time and looks great every time you wear it. Proper care involves the following steps: putting on the clothing, polishing them, cleaning them, repair them and storing them. The following are some tips and tricks for each step of the process.
Putting on Latex Clothing
When dressing in latex, it is essential to have enough time to take the process slowly and relax while getting dressed. Avoid stress as it causes sweating, making it difficult to put on latex. Remove jewelry with sharp edges to prevent rips and tears in the latex, and wear gloves if you have long nails. It is also advisable to prepare your skin by showering to remove body oils that may cause the latex to break down.
Lubricating your body with a fragrance-free talcum powder or silicone-based lotion reduces friction between your skin and the clothing, making it easier to put on. Avoid using oil-based lubricants such as Vaseline, as they dissolve and destroy latex. Undo any zippers or buttons before wearing them, as this prevents tearing.
Polishing Latex Clothing
When new, latex clothing is often dull and not as shiny as it appears in photographs. Therefore, it is essential to polish the clothing before wearing it. Latex clothing items that are covered in talcum powder should be washed first. Once it has been washed, lay it flat and polish it with silicone polish. Using a soft cloth or sponge, coat the clothing with polish to build up a beautiful shine.
Cleaning Latex Clothing
After each use, latex clothing must be cleaned properly. Take off the clothing and soak it in warm water. You can use mild soap to remove sweat and bad odors if you have been sweating a lot while wearing latex. Towels can be used to remove excess water from garments. Hang them to dry using a plastic or natural wood hanger.
Repairing Latex Clothing
Despite our best efforts, latex clothing can get damaged occasionally. When your latex clothing tears or breaks, you can have your local latex tailor repair it or buy a repair kit and do it yourself. Learning how to perform basic latex repairs can help you preserve your latex clothing from being ruined at the first sign of damage.
Storing Latex Clothing
Store latex clothing in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight, as exposure to sunlight can cause the latex to break down. Avoid folding the garments or storing them near sharp objects that may cause tears. It is also advisable to store garments separately, as different colors may stain each other. When storing latex clothing for an extended period, it is best to keep them in a garment bag.
In conclusion, proper latex care involves putting on the latex clothing with care, polishing them to maintain their shine, cleaning them after each use, repair them if they rip and storing them in a cool, dry place. With these tips and tricks, you can ensure that your latex garments last for a long time and continue to look great every time you wear them.
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Cosplay, short for costume play, is a form of performance art where participants, known as cosplayers, dress up in costumes to represent their favorite characters. However, for some, cosplay is more than that – it’s an opportunity to express their love for latex.
Latex cosplay offers a unique and eye-catching look, providing an amazing chance to dress up in latex in public.
Getting a Latex Cosplay Costume
The three ways to obtain a latex cosplay costume are: DIY, off-the-rack, or made-to-measure.
Creating a latex cosplay costume yourself is a challenging task that requires knowledge and skill of the material and craftsmanship.
Jessie latex cosplay from Pokemon by Lena Foxx.
In addition to latex sheeting, you need a range of supplies and tools – latex adhesive, rotary knife, latex cleaner, talcum powder, and more. You need to research all materials and tools you need for your latex costume, so you can plan ahead and ensure you have everything you need. Latex Kitty’s “making latex clothing guides” is an excellent place to start researching.
If you don’t feel comfortable making a full latex costume from scratch, consider using off-the-rack latex clothing. Maybe you need a latex crop top as part of the cosplay, then buy a full top in the right color and cut off the bottom part. Maybe you need some details, lettering, or color panels, then buy some latex sheeting in the right color and decorate the latex pieces as needed. It is possible to make a professional-looking latex costume using the right tools, materials, and techniques.
One last option is to order a latex costume made-to-measure from a professional latex designer. You get what pay for, so make sure it’s a high quality latex costume that fits perfectly.
You will likely need to provide a list of your measurements to the designer, so be sure to ask a friend for assistance and use this guide on taking measurements.
Dressing Up as a Latex Cosplayer
Putting on a latex cosplay requires a bit of preparation for a comfortable and flattering fit. This may include shaving or waxing body hair, trimming nails, applying baby powder or lubricant to the skin.
Rushing when putting on your latex cosplay is not recommended, as latex is fragile and can easily rip when stretched too hard or even pierced by sharp nails or jewelry. Just take it easy and don’t stress. When you are fully dressed, remember to shine the latex using latex polish and a soft cloth.
It’s essential to be aware of potential health risks associated with wearing latex, such as allergies or overheating. Bring a coat if it’s cold or move to the shade or an air-conditioned room if it’s too warm. Bring som latex polish along to buff the shine of the latex, and some water to keep you hydrated.
Taking Care of Your Latex Cosplay
Proper care and maintenance of your latex cosplay costume is crucial to keeping it looking its best. This includes cleaning it after use, storing it away from direct sunlight or heat, keeping bright and light-colored latex separated, and using special products like silicone polish and talc powder to keep it looking shiny.
Good Cosplay Etiquette
Always behave respectfully toward a cosplayer, latex-wearin’ or not. If you want to take their photo or take a photo with them, make sure to ask them first. Just because someone else has permission to take photos, doesn’t mean you can too. “Cosplay is not consent”, so don’t touch a cosplayer without their permission.
Latex cosplay is an art form that requires skill and dedication, but it can also be incredibly rewarding. Whether you’re creating a costume for yourself or making a statement with your cosplay, latex cosplay is a great option to consider.
Nine years ago, I published the Ultimate Latex Penis Sheath Guide on my blog, which quickly became one of my most popular and most commented posts. Several years later, I noticed that Toylie, a German latex manufacturer, introduced a new line of latex cock sheaths.
In my professional capacity as the world’s foremost expert on latex cock sheaths, I could not pass this opportunity up. A follow-up post was inevitable.
So last month I contacted Toylie, who graciously sent me a few samples of their premium latex cock sheaths to review… And here it is – the Toylie Latex Cock Sheath Guide!Read more...
A lot of people are curious about wearing latex in public. Daring, exciting, frightening, and even shameful for some, it is all these things and more. Here is my guide to wearing latex in public.
Many people wear latex in public because they enjoy the look and feel it gives them. Some love to flaunt their latex in public and get a kick out of seeing how other people react to their attire. Others are not that keen on flaunting their latex fetish in public and might not have a strong desire to do so.
If you want to wear latex in public or not, it is 100% up to you.Read more...
Aside from latex, I have a deep love for Japanese animation and comics, more commonly known as anime and manga. I found a great way to combine the two: I bought myself a latex dakimakura body pillow!
What is a Dakimakura Body Pillow?
Originally from Japan, Dakimakura is a long soft pillow used for sleeping with a print of an anime character, similar to Western orthopedic body pillows.
Typically available in two sizes, 180 or 150 cm in length and 50 cm in width (100 cm circumference), with a pillowcase made from fabric and an insert filled with fibers.Read more...