latex wear

Posted by Mangilal Goyal on November 27th, 2020

latex wear - Your one stop shop for everything from fetish fashion to heavy rubber bondage, ball gags to body bags the rubber eva shop has it all. Made to order handmade latex with a huge range for men and women which can be fully customized.

Please visit at:- https://www.rubberevashop.com/

Hello and welcome to the page which hopefully explains the chlorination process. So what is chlorination of latex/rubber? Well without going on about the chemical process too much, it is a way that allows rubber to be worn without the obvious draw backs of sticking to you or a partner and also eradicates the use of lube and talc.

PLEAE NOTE: Even though the greatest care is taken sometimes transparent or pale colours can discolour for no apparent reason. The garment would have been chlorinated and hung to dry seperatly and away from any surfaces. It maybe a stain on the latex itself, along the zip or around a metal rivet. It is rare, but on the occasion it happens we do not refund the customer or make a new item.

So how does it work? Ok, the rubber is put in to a solution of water bleach and acid with put simply fills the microscopic holes, lines or grain (call it what you like) in the surfaces of the rubber sheet.

Why do it? I can think of several reasons, but the main ones are: Dressing (especially in tight clothes say like a rubber catsuit), takes little time at all, there is generally no need to talc or lube and therefore cuts out that procedure, unless of course you like it ;) also when snuggling up in you rubber bed or with your rubber covered partner, there is no sticking to them or as providing the person or the bed is also chlorinated the sensation is just one of super smooth non sticky rubber! Plus washing is easier as there is no residual talc or lube to get rid of.

Why are you doing this now? Well we have been testing this for the last year and now feel we have go the balance right, most if not all our chlorinated clothes have at least two or sometimes three processes so we make sure the rubber is a smooth as it can be. Plus we have had so many requests we thought now is a good time to start.

Can you chlorinate any rubber garments? As long as they are bought new from us we can. From moulded to handmade, the process is the same.

Is there any downside to chlorination? The only drawback we can see is you do loose most and sometimes all of the rubber aroma, however! we have noticed that after some time and good airing of the garments that the smell does return to some degree, we just can guarantee it sadly. It can also feel a little stiffer to the first touch but again once worn and used it seems to be perfectly back to its rubbery self :)

Does the process make allergic reactions disappear? There are several trains of thought on this issue, all I would say is it does help a lot and some people are now able to wear chlorinated rubber that couldn't before, but you would have to test this for yourself.

Can I get a sample? We will be doing sample swatches from March 2012, just email support@rubberevashop.com and there will be a small charge for the postage, so please be sure to include your location.

Do you chlorinate old clothes or from other manufactures? Sadly no. These clothes have to be new for us to do this otherwise the cost of cleaning etc and still no guarantee that the clothing will take the process correctly. There are no exceptions so please do not ask ;)

Can I still use shining products? Yes we have both lubed and spayed the outer side of rubber clothing and it takes and probably holds a non streaky shine better than non chlorinated rubber. Obviously we would advise leaving the inside as it is otherwise you would lose the silk soft effect.

What about Metal ? The chlorination process will tarnish most metals including buckles, eyelets, valves, corset boning which can stain the latex close to it. But if you do not mind a little discolouration the chlorination process is still the same and does not degrade the metal.

Overview: Chlorination is in our view great for playing in rubber and makes the whole rubber experience a smooth and silky one, unless you are sweating a lot lol. For anyone who has grown tired of the rather long and sometimes painful experience of say putting on a tight fitting catsuit etc, then I would say this is definitely for you. Plus when introducing rubber to someone for the first time it can seem much more let's say "user Friendly" We will also be adding some videos for those of you wishing to see the finished articles in action, plus I am very excited to get my bedding done so I can sleep a little less sticky at nite hee hee...

Luv Eva.

Hi and welcome to the Rubber Eva Fetish Shop! Started in 2006 we have grown the shop to what you see today, we have everything from ball-gags to body-bags! and most things in between. Our depth of knowledge of the Fetish World and working in it for over 20 years gives us the knowledge and expertise in designing and making the highest quality and functional rubber garments available.

Also I am proud to see the continuing strength of my own "Rubber Eva Clothing" brand going from strength to strength! This clothing label is made in our London based factory and is made by hand and to order All of my rubber designs are 100% exclusive to my shop and are Unavailable elsewhere! So enjoy your visit around the shop and if you have any questions, ideas or custom work requests, just email or use the contact form.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Have any questions? Need advice on your purchase?
email the shop team at: support@rubberevashop.com and we will do our best to help.

Please remember orders can take up to 35 working days to despatch due to many items being hand made to order. This is made clear before payment is taken. If you would like to track the progress of your order then please go to the "Order Status" login page of the site where you can see what stage your order is at.

EMAIL:
support@rubberevashop.com

POSTAL ADDRESS
R.E.Productions
UNIT 3, THE MEWS,
ALSTON WORKS,
BARNET
EN54EL
UNITED KINGDOM

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