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Vinyl adhesive?

So I want to make a Super Kinzie cosplay from Saints Row 4, (link to pic: http://assets1.ignimgs.com/vid/thumbnails/user/2013/08/19/SR4_Kinzie_L.jpg) and while I can sew on the pink stripes, the pink fleur-de-lis on the sides of...

coocj, February 24th 2017 2:30:12 am

@Chloe, That's good idea to use vinyl.vinyl lingerie

Chloe, January 16th 2017 12:00:50 pm

The vinyl adhesive will only glue the shiny side to shiny side of the material, so it probably won't work for what...



Recommended glue for cotton-latex bond

Hi everyone!I would like somebody to recommend me a specific brand of glue.I want to add snap closures to latex sheeting. I already have the pliers and everything, just dont know what glue I should use to paste the cotton stripes...

JP, January 22nd 2017 9:48:19 pm

I don't believe an ordinary white school glue wold work -- water-based latex glue looks similar to white glue, but...

DAVID QUINONES, January 19th 2017 8:41:59 pm

Thanks again JP. Do you know of any well known brand I might use from my local store? I had seen in tutorials they...



chair cushions with patent vinyl

I was gifted a set of retro kitchen chairs and table (actually new to look old) and am about to undertake recovering the cushions. Previous owner had cats... enough said.I thought of using the red patent vinyl. I only have an old...



Yellow .30 mm Latex Suit Used for Performance

My name is Mark. I am a contemporary Artist in Louisville, KY, USA. Here is a performance I did (description at www.vimeo.com/zenbutoisshoni/akinarukaze) using a yellow .30mm latex suit I created from materials bought at...

crow-killer, November 10th 2016 11:25:02 pm

なかなか変な動画ですね。How much experience do you have with latex prior to making that suit?

markmarsmark, November 9th 2016 11:11:35 am

The link to the performance on vimeo does not work, so please use this one...



Measuring Latex Thickness

Is there a tool available for measuring the thickness of latex sheeting? Or is the accepted method just a matter of swatch comparison and learning what the various weights feel like?

JP, November 6th 2016 7:13:49 pm

I use a cheap jeweler's-grade micrometer -- doesn't need to be machinist quality for sheet thickness....