Latex on a Unitard

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Sekular

New Member
Seached and searched but could not find any definitive answers on how latex reacts on application to fabrics.

I ask because I'm planning on building one suit using the Mr. I method (for a male wearer) and another suit with a derivative method from a unitard (for a female wearer).

My primary concern is whether or not a unitard will support the application of the latex? Both in weight and the thickness of the (unitard's) material, ala will the latex seep through and cause issues for it's wearer when it comes time to don it. Would it require some sort of internal reinforcement?

Any thoughts, info or alternative options?

Thanks all,

-Sekular
 

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djgs

New Member
as TMI said iwill hold ok but if you cover the whole suit remember and make a duct tape dummy and place the suit on top
as the suit will shrink, as the latex drys the latex shrinks


also it might be tight to get into, just a heads up to what happened to mine
 

kurtweinreich

Active Member
I found that the latex application to the unitard actuallu hinders some movement and elasticity. This would depend on how much you put on and the thickness.
 

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