Latex Po is made from rubber. A natural material gotten from the sap of trees, most commonly the Amazonian rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis).
Latex clothing is a must-have for any fashion-savvy individual. Not only do latex clothes provide an incredibly comfortable and gorgeous look, but they can also help you stay safe when it comes to health risks. With all the benefits of latex clothing, why wouldn’t you want to add it to your wardrobe?
Latex is a versatile material that can be used for a variety of purposes. While it may not be the best material for every project, it has many benefits that make it worth considering.
Latex clothing alongside the latex Po, the trendiest garment/material all over the world.
If you outwear latex during this period, you tend to make your eyes roll as you walk. Yes, you’ll make a statement with your latex outfit, trust me!
Little wonder the Tv empress, Kim Kardashian is doubling it pretty well on her love for latex outfits, all these were displayed all over the Fall and Winter of 2022. Vogue says it all about Latex and Kim Kardashian. Vogue says it all about Latex and Kim Kardashian.
If you’re looking to experiment with latex printing, or are just curious about what it can do, read on for more information. Once you’ve got a better understanding of latex’s potential, you’ll be able to choose the right type of latex for your next project with confidence.
For those who are discouraged by the cost of clothing, here is a way to get your latex fetish on without breaking the bank.
This blog is about brand-new fashion trends like street-style outfit; in the world of cosplay, and latex. What exactly is latex, you ask? It is a type of fabric that is incredibly stretchy, durable, and breathable. Plus, it does not get wrinkled or damaged easily.
Latex can be found in various colors – red, green, blue, and black. These are just some of the wonderful features to come with this amazing fabric.
Why is Latex clothing so expensive?
I ask myself this question, inasmuch that Latex Po is made of similar material to the world talk about Latex garments. Why are they so very expensive?
Well, I gathered that the reason isn’t far from these:
Latex rubber is a natural material from the sap of trees. The bark of the tree is always incised and allowed to ‘bleed’ sap, which is then collected and processed into latex rubber, it can further be processed into latex sheeting, that’s if you desire that.
The amazing latex outfits, accessories, and even latex Po are all made either by using latex sheeting in combination with traditional dressmaking techniques specifying the materials or by using the latex in liquid form.
Waoo! The process is awesome, isn’t it?
Now, here is the likely reason why latex material is very expensive:
Latex sheeting is not cheap, few companies worldwide produce it, and even less than standard quality.
Now listen! Apart from the price of the material, it’s the process of making it into a garment that’s so precious and expensive.
How is Latex clothing made?
A design for a certain garment is first picked out, and the sizes provided by the customer are then carefully altered to fit the design. The latex sheet is then manually cut out on a flat piece of wood, and the seams are then sealed with latex glue, which is primarily an adhesive made of rubber cement and solvent.
Clothing is sewn to various befitting styles, but the case is different for Latex Po or latex, in general, is glued, why? This is because it’s a rubber material. The surface is peeped with chemicals and then a new chemical bond is formed as each seam.
The process of gluing seams requires great manual agility which is learned over many years of practice.
How do you clean Latex clothing?
Learning how to care for your latex Po and properly preparing for your Latex outfits before wearing, is as much as how to properly get an idea of how to store them before and after use.
Note this: There are two types of Latex namely: (1) the shinny Latex and (2) th matte Latex.
For Matte Latex clothing:
– Hang it up to drip dry on a non-metallic hanger. You may wish to shake most of the water so it can dry on time, but never hang it over a radiator or use heat to speed up the dryness.
– Once dried, sprinkle a small amount of talcum powder on both the inside and outside of the garment, also, make sure it’s covered and must be sticking to itself anywhere.
For shiny latex clothing:
Let’s take Vivishine (VIVISHINE is the optimal basis for the shine and care of latex) as an example:
– fill a basin or sink with enough lukewarm water to overflow your latex garment.
– Dilute a small amount of the polish in the water.
– Turn the garment inside and out, rubbing the surfaces together to work the polish into the Latex.
– You may also leave the garment to soak for a few minutes.
– After covering the clothing in polish, you may hang it up on a non-metallic hanger to drip dry.
If you cherish your Latex outfit, keep all these below points in mind.
* Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight, natural light will degrade the long-term originality of your Latex.
* Don’t store your light-colored latex garment in direct contact with darker colors latex outfits, as the color may transfer over time.
* Never allow sharp objects to come in contact with your latex clothing, latex can easily be ripped off if pierced. Even the smallest hole can become a very big rip if the garment is worn.
Always inspect your latex clothing before and after use.
* Avoid contact with Nickel and copper alloys (such as coins and some jewelry). Latex gets stained instantly and permanently with those metals.
* Avoid contact with oils and petroleum-based lubricants like baby oil or Vaseline. These can degrade the latex. Use Silicon-based lubricants or talcum powder as a dressing aid instead, and avoid applying body oils or creams beforehand.