Latex fashions should in general be treated like any other fine clothing such asas fine silks used for evening wear. Although latex, properly constructed, is less subject to damage than silk, affording your garments the same care you would give to an expensive dress or suit will help avoid the pitfalls below, which even the best latex fashions are subject to. Corn Starch: Much finer and safer than baby powder or talc.
Latex rubber is used in many types of clothing. Rubber has traditionally been used in protective clothing, including gas masks and Wellington boots. Rubber is now generally being replaced in these application by plastics.
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Latex, also known as natural rubber, is a milky sap harvested from rubber trees. In its commercially processed state, latex is highly resilient, elastic, and water-proof, making it a great product in many fields. Surgical and household gloves, rubber bands, and condoms are just some of the many items manufactured from rubber latex. Latex is also found in some clothing with elastics and lace.
Let's start with a few basic principles about removing paint from textiles. The first is to treat stains as quickly as possible, and hopefully before they dry in place. Stains that have dried are harder and sometimes impossible to remove.
Worldwide there is no natural latex without allergic properties! Regardless of what a latex sheet or fashion designer told you. If you are allergic to latex condoms and gloves, you probably are allergic to our latex as well.