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Glue in self-bondage
#1
Eventually, I think about using glue in SB, for example to create "inescapable" clothing, masks or whatever. I guess the arousing factor is that you can't get out "legally" and have to destroy something that you might rather keep intact - a psychological timer. A few things that I have would make me resist for quite a while, for example a leather skirt that I can't pull over my hips when closed and a leotard that I can take off only when opening the crotch. The skirt could last for days when I am alone at home, the leotard would be trouble for certain natural actions (and I am not fond of diapers). Actually, I am not sure if the skirt can be fastened in a one-way fashion. The leotard simply needs to be glued at the stud-fasteners and opening that by force would probably rip apart the crotch.

Just ideas for the moment, but perhaps we could start some brainstorming and even come up with realistic ideas. Instead of glue, one could use padlocks and dispose of the keys before locking them.

I think it is more interesting to lock stuff that leaves you enough freedom to stay on a long time. The only limits to my skirt would be either running out of supplies (or any other inescapable reason to leave my house - no way I am going out with it) or my house-mate coming home. If there was a way to use the WC in my leotard, it would have no limit at all, except that it would take quite some time after washing. A tiny waistband could indeed last forever, provided you keep your weight stable, but it would be a bit dull (well, perhaps not, it would need testing).

Looking forward to your ideas.

PS: Once I read that jesters used to be stitched into their almost skin-tight costumes including the hood. It was quite an arousing thought when ignoring some pesky details.
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#2
Quote:Actually, I am not sure if the skirt can be fastened in a one-way fashion.
Cyanoacrylate adhesive on the teeth of the zipper should do it, I think.

Quote:PS: Once I read that jesters used to be stitched into their almost skin-tight costumes including the hood...
I understand Marilyn Monroe was sewn into some of her costumes too.
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#3
Finally someone brought up this subject ;-)

I used to glue pantyhose to my skin with rubber glue and two tights together (one pair on my legs another one on my arms) to make a transparent lycra catsuit.

Other ideas were:

- glue rubber strips on top of the zipper of a catsuit
- glue rubber clothes to my skin
- use old ripped latex piece of clothes for these purposes
- glue a rubber tube to the skin of my penis to create a "piss condom"
- then glue the tube to a lockable gag
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#4
At the moment, I am not ready to ruin any clothes for this idea, but perhaps in future. Right now, I want to buy a special glue for silicon breasts. I only need a bit more information about the removal. People are eager to discuss adhesion, but don't seem to care about later. It is probably as unpleasant as removing adhesiv plasters but that doesn't matter.
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#5
I bought the hollister medical adhesive spray and fortunately the remover as well. This adhesive is quite effective, I tested it for a couple of hours with silicone breasts. Removal was a bit painful but not too bad - I didn't use the remover for taking off the breasts, only for cleaning. And you have to clean yourself and the breasts, this adhesive sticks like hell. Actually I lied when I said that removing the breasts wasn't painful, one edge stuck fast on the skin near one armpit and pulling this off was nasty.

Another idea was a mouth cloth - something like latex or similar of course. Not like a plaster but much loser, allowing for mouth and chin movement but no comfortable breathing, eating or talking through the mouth (nose has to stay clear of course). I am wearing it now, it sort of works but not completely airtight. It isn't that easy to apply the adhesive properly. Still about the wanted effect, no smoking, eating, drinking, talking and almost no breathing through the mouth.

By the way, technically speaking, this adhesive is a mess. It takes a lot of time to remove it. The remover weakens it considerably, so taking off stuff is not painful at all, but the adhesive still remains on the skin and the object. And when applying the adhesive, you quickly get dirty hands - literally: adhesive on hands plus dirt from anywhere you touch. So this stuff is not for a quick session.
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#6
(13 Aug 2010, 23:38 )Strappado Wrote: I bought the hollister medical adhesive spray and fortunately the remover as well. This adhesive is quite effective, I tested it for a couple of hours with silicone breasts.
I wonder how long it will stay if you do not use the remover. Even cyanoacrylate come off in a couple of days (together with the old skin of course).

(13 Aug 2010, 23:38 )Strappado Wrote: Another idea was a mouth cloth - something like latex or similar of course. Not like a plaster but much loser, allowing for mouth and chin movement but no comfortable breathing, eating or talking through the mouth (nose has to stay clear of course).
Still, I prefer gags. Imagine a medium latex gag glued to the lips/cheeks?

Mmmm... what about a "pantyhose gag" glued to your face?

(13 Aug 2010, 23:38 )Strappado Wrote: this adhesive is a mess. It takes a lot of time to remove it.
I remember an ad in "Skin two" or "Marquise" about a "latex stockings glue" to keep stockings up without any suspenders/girdles. The site is dead since years ago, but I wonder if there is another source for that glue.

(13 Aug 2010, 23:38 )Strappado Wrote: So this stuff is not for a quick session.
A butt-plug can be glued in for a couple of days (after a proper enema, of course) Big Grin
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#7
LikeRa, are you perhaps thinking of 'sock-tachi', the water-based glue used by Japanese schoolgirls to keep their thigh-highs or baggy socks from falling down?

http://www.jbox.com/SEARCHES/loose_socks/
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#8
Thanks for the tip, Culmor! It does not look like the glue I've seen in the magazine, but it's probably based on the same water-based "substance". I hope it's latex-friendly.
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#9
I often use super-glue on the business end of plastic clothespins to help keep them on.
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#10
(24 Aug 2010, 05:10 )Green Wrote: I often use super-glue on the business end of plastic clothespins to help keep them on.

That's cruel!!! Shok (but very creative)
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