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Latex vacuum bed

Well I built a vacuum bed week before last. Bed part worked great wife wanted me in it next day with my private parts out so I added a extra peice of latex where I was going to go though at and it busted wide open. :(. So I am...

Chloe, September 4th 2018 12:58:31 pm

IMHO the most commonly used thickness for a vacuum bed is .50mm, and .35mm being a close second.You can use any...

, September 1st 2018 9:22:22 am

Can I please ask how thick of a material you used for your vac bed? I want to make one but wondered what...

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newbie

The product become to thick.

The product  become to thick. Is there any way to make it thin. 

Chloe, March 12th 2018 11:47:19 pm

Adnan - presumably you are talking about latex adhesive when you say the product has gotten too thick?  If...

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newbie

first round of trial and error done, I'd like to coffee-talk

Lessons learned:I had no idea that one must clean off the latex before applying adhesive; otherwise, the adhesive will not stick not one bit not at all. Whoopsies. So now having perused this forum for solutions, I've ordered some...

JP, April 13th 2018 3:57:03 pm

Cleaning - many solvents can damage latex, so be careful.  The solvent MJ Trends sells for their...

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apprentice

PVC/Latex adhesives

Is there a way to adhere the back (non-shiny) side of 4-way stretch PVC to latex? Or the non -shiny side to the shiny side without sewing? I know PVC can be sewn to itself but not to latex and the adhesive sold at MJ only bonds...

Zavora, January 24th 2018 7:11:22 pm

Thanks so much, Chloe!

Chloe, January 24th 2018 9:39:16 am

You could try to rubberize the backside of the pvc fabric.  You'll want to use the ammonia based adhesive and...

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