Latex Care

Latex care instructions are available upon request. We also send latex care instructions and warnings in each order we fill. If you have questions about care of your latex items please refer to those documents or contact us.

  • All Latex CLOTHING & TOYS are talced for shipment and storage, to protect the latex.

  • Make sure your item fits before washing. A small amount of Talc and glue may be present in the seams of the garment after washing. This is normal and can be removed with a good silicone shiner and vigorous rubbing with the finger tips.

  • Wash your garment: use lukewarm water and soap(1 drop of mild soap) to wash, then rinse thoroughly! Hang to dry, then turn inside out when dry and repeat. Generally soap washing need be done only once. Rinsing should be done each time you wear your garment.

  • Transparent Latex will have white spots or streaks after washing and most will disappear when completely dry. Your garment may need to hang dry for several hours or up to a full day to dry thoroughly. If any streaks remain a good silicone polish will make them disappear.

  • ALWAYS Store your toy or garment out of sunlight, preferably in the dark, NEVER on a metal hanger. Heat or cold may damage latex, and UV light will cause it to oxidize.

  • BEFORE attempting to put the garment on, be sure that your body and the inside of the garment is heavily talced or lubed. Slide it on gently, taking care that fingernails, rings, etc., do not snag the material. Pulling hard with your fingertips will leave permanent dimples or tear the garment.

  • MAKE IT SHINE by applying a "medical grade" silicone lube or Black Beauty, Cult, Wet, EROS, Vivishine.

  • NEVER use OIL-based lubes: they will do permanent damage! ONLY use silicone-based or water-based lubricants. Never ever use Baby Oil, ever.

  • KEEP latex garments away from ANY oil-based products; body lotions or oils, hair gel, body glitter, makeup, hairspray, perfume; nicotine, metal including pennies will stain the latex; sharp objects will do permanent damage to your garment.

  • Human Skin has oils and salts that can break down latex if not removed promptly. Wash after every wearing.