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Heather, aren't they something else? Our good friend who lives in Joshua, I think all of her play outfits come from there, shoes included. We are headed that way on 3/30, and I'm definately checking the place out. Theres no place like that in Austin other than a little shop at Highland Mall called Melrose. Shelly

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We Luv Lingerie, Especially Stockings,Garter Belts & Heels, Does Any-One else share the same Fetish>

Hugs, & Lust, J&S

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When we were at Desires last year we saw a number of women wearing really beautiful sheer dresses and gowns for dinner, does anyone have some idea where to find them. They were not the typical club wear clothing we find at some of the internet sites

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you mean those white cotton granny panties are a turn off?

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Id try stretch silks and satins. That way you will still have that shiney and tight look.

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hmmm, I am unfortuneately allergic to latex and all sorts of things, any suggestions????? Would love to find some sexy things that a BBW can wear and be comfortable in yet "enhance" a rather large bustline.

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mrs dzzy is all about 5th avenue. have to feed her some drinks before we get her to the village. too cold now though. spring can't spring fast enough!

mundane lifestyle?? u haven't seen my toy collection!! haha

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should have know i could just ask UUUUU!! ;-)

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part 4

Washing Latex Clothing:

After each time you wear your latex clothing it is important to clean it and put it away properly. Immediately after wearing your latex clothing, to remove sweat and cigarette smoke, alcohol, rinse in lukewarm water with a little soap or mild liquid detergent [mind that you don't use anything meant to "cut grease" because it will damage the latex rubber]. Wipe down [do not scrub] with a soft dampened cloth being sure to wash inside & out. DO NOT USE BLEACH. Rinse the latex rubber clothes well, Shake away excess water & pats dry with a lint free towel and allow drying naturally; do not use heat. Water streaks can usually be removed with a damp cloth afterwards. After washing, hang your latex rubber clothes to dry on a plastic hanger, finally dust liberally with powder.

You can wash your latex in the washing machine at GENTLE cycle [At your own risk, I personally prefer hand washing]. To ensure that your latex is not being damaged, simply add a few towels with your latex clothes, or put the latex in a wash bag [like the ones used for delicate lingerie]. Use gentle liquid dish soap [you don't need much]. Once the wash is finished, get rid of the water excess by holding the garments either on top of your washing machine or on top of the bathtub.

Hang the latex clothing over the bathtub and let the items dry off. This will take several hours to dry. This is an easy way to let the latex dry off on its own.

Some one suggested you can put the garments in the drying machine at AIR CYCLE [NO HEAT!!] with a few dry towels to absorb the water. If your latex is the kind that sticks together when dry, then apply some lube on it when it's wet, before putting it in the dryer. Note: it might be a good idea to put the clothes in some kind of cotton bag in the dryer if you don't want the lube to cover the inside of your dryer. I would not recommend this if you know your dryer tend to work "HOT". Hang the cloth to dry is a lot safer.

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part 3

Shining Latex Clothing:

Most people like their latex rubber clothes to look shiny though this is a matter of personal preference. Some people prefer a matte look on colors like turquoise. Remember that getting a good shine on your latex rubber clothes requires patience, a gentle touch, and practice. The longer you have your latex rubber clothes, and the more often they are shined, the shinier they will be.

To create the effects seen in the best latex rubber photography, the natural gloss of latex rubber should be enhanced by the use of a silicone spray such as Super Shiner, Eros, Rubba Glo, Cult, Wet Platinum or others as designed and silicone based. The use of some household polishes on latex clothing will work, but not recommended, as most can damage the sheen and even deteriorate the latex rubber. Oil based products especially should be avoided. Use a soft cloth when polishing your latex rubber clothes as an abrasive cloth could scratch the surface or remove too much shine.

During the first treatment, mist one side of your latex clothing with a shining product,and then let it sit until almost all of the liquid has been absorbed into the latex rubber. Then flip your latex rubber clothes over and repeat on the other side. You do not want to wipe off the shining product - merely to spread it around. Do not rub hard. At best you will wipe away all the shine and at worst you may damage the surface of the latex rubber. You need to check your work under good lighting and do touch-ups as required. It may take two or three treatments to achieve a nice shiny, mirror-like, finish to your latex rubber clothes.

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