Latex & Rubber
Latex and rubber is the ultimate fantasy fashion material for cosplayers, kinksters and creative dressers of all types.
PASSIONAL latex is currently available in three varieties:
- Standard Rubber- sheeting is created from rubber tree sap and dyed. Usually patterns are cut from the sheeting and glued together
- Datex- spandex sheeting that has been coated on the exterior with natural rubber
- Safer Rubber- latex sheeting made from a proprietary formula that has had most of the proteins removed. Some proteins remain (a similar level to a banana or avacado) but many folks who have developed latex protein senstivity can still wear this material. Upon request, we will provide a wristband for you to test this option to see if it is viable for your body chemistry
Caring for latex:
- Avoid any contact with sharp objects or any oil based lotions or creams
- Use powder or silicone glide to get dressed in latex, creating ease of application. Using silicone and water to dip the garment before dressing will remove any powder and put a layer of slip and shine.
- Remove the latex when you are ready to wash your body.
- Wash thoroughly, towel dry, air dry and then dust with poweder and store in a closed bag to prevent material from sticking to itself until you next wear it.
- Do not expose to excessive heat or sun. Should be stored in 70 degrees F 20 degrees C maximum temperature
Additional rubber types we stock:
- Heavy Rubber - a synthetic waterproof solid neoprene strapping for bondage an accessorizing that is non staining and compatible with latex catsuits and other styles.
- Neoprene - A thick spongy waterproof fabric sewn into singlets, harnesses and other garments. Waterproof and easy to clean, however neoprene garments cannot be crushed or permanent creasing may occur.