Welcome to the delight of rubber fetish clothing 🔥 🔥 🔥
When it comes to texture and appearance, rubber fetish gear is in its own category! IYKYK! There’s nothing like slipping into your favorite new piece of latex and adopting it as a slick, seductive second skin. Wear it wherever and however you dare - it’s a seriously-sensual, sensory experience. It’s stretchy and tight, but forgiving. What are you waiting for?! Our rubber collection is a favorite, and for good reason. Our quality and price is amazing (REALLY AMAZING)! This gear is great for wearing in a playful situation or under your everyday clothing for a stealth experience(maybe on your next video call). If you’re a newbie to rubber, be sure to check out our care instructions for some do’s and don’ts.
Take care of your rubber fetish gear! And it will take good care of you! 👍
Rubber gear comes with great rewards…and a little responsibility. Keep a few things in mind and your rubber fetish gear will be with you for a long time 💙 💙 💙
1) Oil and latex(rubber) DO NOT MIX!!! Keep this in mind with any oil/fat that might come in contact with your beloved gear. Think about Lube/Crisco, lotions, body products(deodorant), food, people’s hands/body oils and residue from any of these. Oils will weaken and degrade your latex items, resulting in tears or worse.
2) Be mindful of metal! Some metals can damage rubber. This can happen quickly. Think about metal on clothing (rivets/zippers), harnesses, coins, keys, belts and any surfaces you might come in contact with. Stainless steel SHOULD generally be okay, but please be mindful.
3)Dressing! Most form-fitting latex will need some help getting onto your body. Two of the easiest ways are a liquid or powder dressing aid. These can come in many forms. The most common forms of these are silicone-based (latex LOVES silicone based lubes) and some sort of ‘Talc’ powder to slip into your skin-tight sensual delights. Lastly, don’t forget to keep it clean and shiny!
-Clean, polish, dry and use dressing aids with your rubber gear
-Pay attention when ordering for sizes and thickness (as needed)
-Store your gear appropriately - using appropriate products/conditioner
-Avoid direct sunlight to avoid degradation/deterioration
-Avoid any fat/grease/oil-based products or contact
-Avoid unknown metal contact to avoid melting/discoloration
-Use any oil-based products
-Rub/scratch/sit on abrasive or sharp items
-Store your gear dirty/wet/compressed
-Hang to dry in the sun or on metal hangers
-Leave your rubber dirty after wearing