Due to the difference in curing, liquid latex can be applied to sheet latex clothing to add unique patterns and designs which can be peeled off the sheet latex afterwards. Sheet latex is the preferred method for items like catsuits, that do not need such perfect form fitting, and are easier to create with sheets compared to the large molds required for body suits. Putting on latex clothing can be difficult, because latex has high friction against dry skin. Then the sheet latex is cut out on a flat board, by hand: lastly latex glue generally rubber cement solvent-based adhesives is used to join seams together. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Kadence. Age: 23.
Only being able to order half-kilometre long batches of sheet in the colour and thickness they wanted, meant that designers and clothing producers often had to co-operate, or face long delays in supplying their customers, if they wanted to be in the rubber clothing business.
Jillian. Age: 22.
Due to the difference in curing, liquid latex can be applied to sheet latex clothing to add unique patterns and designs which can be peeled off the sheet latex afterwards. Thus, wearers of skin-tight latex or PVC garments may be perceived by the viewer as being naked, or simply coated in a shiny substance like paint. Latex clothing is generally made from large sheets of latex which are delivered in rolls. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Latex clothing. Rubber has traditionally been used in protective clothing, including gas masks and Wellington boots. To make it easier to put on, wearers often use talc to reduce friction against the skin when putting the clothes on; then, because stray talc is very visible against the rubber, wearers generally polish off any visible talc.