Latex care

Only use products meant for latex care otherwise you risk permanent damage to your goods.

To get the most out of your latex clothing, we recommend following these guidelines:

Dressing in Latex

Latex clothing is designed to be a tight fit. Therefore, it can be difficult to put on. To make putting on your clothing easier there are a few options, we prefer the latter:

1. Lightly dust the inside of the garment with latex powder before putting it on.

2. Use a silicone based oil/lubricant such as BeGloss Easy Glide Premium. If necessary, apply a thin layer to the inside of the garment and to your skin.

We recommend the second option.

Latex can be easily damaged:

  • Mechanical damage – sharp nails (use cotton gloves), excessive force and/or lack of lubrication while putting the garment on (ensure sufficient lubrication), excessive rubbing while cleaning
  • Chemical damage – perfume, metals (copper, brass, bronz), essential oils, oils, grease, solvents, light (UV rays)
  • Fire damage – latex is highly flammable, never expose it
    open fire

Polishing Latex

Your garment will always be delivered unpolished. To achieve shiny finish, we recommend using a silicone-based varnish or oil, such as BeGloss Perfect Shine Premium.

Cleaning Latex

Always hand-wash your latex clothing in clean, warm water with a little soap added to it. Clean carefully, with a sponge or a soft cloth, as excessive rubbing can permanently scratch your garment. For drying, wipe off excess water with a soft towel and allow to dry flat or hang on a hanger. If necessary, turn the latex to dry on the other side. Never tumble dry, dry clean or iron your garment.
If the latex contains metal parts, we recommend only wiping with a damp soft cloth. Then dry these parts thoroughly. Large amounts of water can cause corrosion of metal parts.