Seeking info on rubber/latex glueRequest

I have recently been purchasing rubber / latex clothing for my more proportionately built other half. Most of the clothing is of the thin latex type found in most non-specialist stores. The problem we have is finding stuff small enough. My other half is a size 8 or a very small size 10, often the S-M cut sizes require modification.

Many of the items fit well in most places, but things like shoulder straps on dresses and bikini straps are way too long. Thus leaving the garment somewhat baggy where one would most like to see the tight effect that only latex offers.

Can anyone recommend a glue product we can use so that these garments can be modified and hold up to the vigours of a night out clubbing or a night 'in' :) ... most of the glues we have tried will hold, until movement of an average nature is tried when the glue just seems to peel back.

Any help much appreciated



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Re: Seeking info on rubber/latex glue#1

Two part adhesive, the sort sold by dive shops

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Re: Seeking info on rubber/latex glue#2

It may be a bit late now! But I think (and I could be wrong) that some sort of heating may be necessary to bond the latex.
I also wonder if there are articals of clothing in a thicker rubber/latex.....for a better feel !!!

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Re: Seeking info on rubber/latex glue#3

My other half is a UK 8, USA 6. We found some lovely stuff at Inner Sanctum (actually bought it at Skin Two Expo in London).

Recently at Erotica in Manchester we spoke to the designers from Torture Garden and they had no problem making anything from their range in the right size.

It's all beautiful (we have a rubber fetish) and very well made. Helen Berlin in Manchester has some nice things too but sizes tend to be a little larger so you have to catch them on the right day.

Most of the exhibitors at Erotica and Skin Two make their own gear to order so you should really have no difficulty (apart from price but then good rubber isn't cheap).

Hope this helps.


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