What is rubber?

Latex is the name given to various substances, including the latex of the rubber tree. After treatment by smoking and rolling, natural rubber is produced from the latex. The material is hardened by adding sulphur and subsequent heating (vulcanisation). The result is the rubber or latex we know. Synthetically produced rubber from petroleum is also called latex because the chemical structures are identical.  

I am new to fetish rubber, which garments do I start with?

If you are a newcomer to rubber, you are well advised to start with simple garments such as a classic brief, a boxer, gym shorts and simple tank tops. On the one hand, they are not that cost-intensive and on the other hand, they can be easily sold if you don't like them. If you are already pretty sure about rubber fetish, we recommend a well-fitting catsuit.  

What are the material strengths?

The lowest material thicknesses are 0.20 mm and go up to 3.00 mm. Whereas we use thicknesses of 0.5 mm, 0.6 mm, 0.8 mm up to about 1.5 mm for the production of garments. For those who see their rubber as a second skin, we recommend a thickness of 0.5 mm. Thicknesses of 0.6 mm and higher are suitable for clothing that we want to enjoy for longer. It is important to ensure that we retain freedom of movement in our clothing. Thicker latex (from 0.8 mm), on the other hand, fits our body like armour and restricts our freedom of movement considerably. Therefore, thicker material is not suitable for tight-fitting clothing. At this point we would like to point out that although latex is a very elastic material, there are limits. Especially with large sizes in the double and triple XL range, design limits become apparent.  

Which latex colours are possible?

At the moment, we still owe you the answer to this question. It will be answered in the near future. We are working on it.  

How do I clean and care for my latex?

The beauty of any garment can only be maintained in the long run with the appropriate care. Latex is no exception. Therefore, we ask you to wash your latex clothes after every wear! Simply put some washing-up liquid or liquid soap (shower gel) in the sink, fill it with lukewarm water and wash the latex thoroughly. Then rinse it with lukewarm water. Now hang up the latex garment and dry it carefully with a towel or simply let it dry. If water stains appear, wipe them off with a damp cloth. As soon as the latex is dry, oil the garment with a lint-free cloth. If you want to enjoy your latex clothing for a long time, we recommend that you only use talcum powder for care. Rubber clothing that is cared for with talcum is a guarantee for beauty for decades. To do this, place your latex clothing in a blue waste bag, add talcum powder and shake the clothing well. Then take it out, iron it, put it in the garment bag and store it in the wardrobe.  

How do I put on and take off my rubber clothing?

First and foremost, be careful of sharp objects, long fingernails and dirt. Talcum powder or liquid donning aids make donning much easier. If you don't have these, you can also put on particularly tight models in the shower. The water provides a good gliding effect on our skin, as our skin is equipped with numerous talc glands.  

How do I best store my latex clothing?

Deine Latexbekleidung bewahrst Du an einem dunklen Ort auf, denn Sonnenlicht lässt viele Latexfarben vergilben. Am besten auf einem breitem Kleiderbügel (Kunststoff) im Schrank. Bitte achte darauf das es an diesem dunklen Ort nicht zieht oder das Latex keinem  Wind ausgesetzt ist. Wir empfehlen einen Kleidersack zur Aufbewahrung. Wer keinen Kleidersack hat kann auch einen blauen Abfallsack nehmen. Latex ist in seinem Zustand, so wie wir es vor uns sehen, flüssig. Ist das Latex Wind oder Zuluft ausgesetzte, trocknet das Latex aus und hinterlässt eine schimmelartige Oberfläche. Dieser „Schimmel“ lässt sich zwar mit Seife und Wasser entfernen, doch damit wird auch die Oberfläche zerstört, das Latex bleibt an diesen Stellen stumpf und kann nicht mehr auf Hochglanz poliert werden. Vorsicht ist auch geboten beim Zusammenlegen und den damit entstehenden Knicken. Liegt Latex zu lange, können unschöne Knicke entstehen die sich bei schweren Materialien nicht mehr entfernen lassen. Dann lieber die Bekleidung zusammen rollen.  

What do I have to consider when using lubricants, creams and greases?

Latex reacts very sensitively as soon as it comes into contact with fats. Body fat, creams and lubricants that are based on fat destroy latex within a very short time. The elasticity is quickly lost and the material begins to disintegrate. Seams tear and joints loosen. Please only use water-based gels for "playing". You can also use silicone oil without hesitation, as it does not contain grease.  

Our recipe for safe "play".

Babyöl, Melkfett, Vaseline und Speisefette sind Not suitable for latex. If you do not want to do without their gliding properties, then we recommend that you Mixing a water-based gel (self-mixed) with silicone oil. Ratio about 5 : 1. To do this, take a tall mixing bowl, add the two components and whisk it with a mixer for about 3 minutes on the highest speed. You get a very interesting mixture with good gliding properties that can be combined very well with latex. If the gliding properties should decrease during "play" you simply spray some water on it. The gel can also be stored in the fridge for four weeks. If you need it again, leave it out at room temperature for 20 minutes and then simply shake it well. That's it. Try it out.  

Which silicone oil can I use for care?

Prinzipiell gibt es im Handel zahlreiche Produkte zur Pflege von Latexprodukten. Wem diese Produkte zu teuer sind kann sich jederzeit ein Silikon Öl bei Ebay oder Amazon bestellen. Wichtig dabei ist das ihr auf die Viskosität achtet. Je höher die Viskosität ist um so dicker ist das Öl. Medizinisches Silikon Öl hat eine Viskosität von etwa 185 bis 150. Die Viskosität „0“ ist bei Silikon Öl flüssiger als Wasser. Somit empfehlen wir eine Viskosität die etwa bei 200 bis 300 liegt. Damit seid ihr gut beraten.  

Can I have my latex chlorinated?

Unter „Chlorieren“ versteht man die Versiegelung der Oberflächen durch die Behandlung von Chlor und organisch, chemischen Verbindungen. Dadurch werden die Oberflächen versiegelt. Damit ist ein leichtes Einsteigen oder Ausziehen der Latexklamotte gegeben. Die Elastizität und der Glanz von Latex bleibt ebenfalls  erhalten. Ferner ist die Latexbekleidung weniger anfällig gegenüber Fetten. Nachteilig wirkt sich die Chlorierung auf Reparaturen und Anarbeiten (bekleidungstechnische Veränderungen) aus. Da die Oberflächen behandelt wurden sind, lässt sich das Rubber Not or only with considerable, cost-intensive effort. Chlorination is not possible in our business Not possible.