Latex fetish

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Women in latex clothes

Latex fetish is a subculture of rubber fetishism. The major difference is that its followers have a specific desire for latex rather than other forms of rubber.

Latex clothing comes in two distinct types: moulded latex and cut and glued latex. To summarise briefly:


Moulded Latex

Items are made by a process of dipping a former into liquid latex and then curing the latex by a process called vulcanisation. The items that result tend to have a dull finish, and can have uneven thickness and weak spots caused by small air pockets in the item.

Cut and Glued Latex

Items made by this method use latex sheet which is produced by a continuous casting process. The rolling of the raw material between highly polished rollers gives the highly polished surface associated with latex sheeting.

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