Latex boxer short with Penis Sheath piss bag
- A penis sheath is built in these pants
- with piss collection bag
- 100% real Latex
- 100% hand-made (Made in China)
- Thickness: 0.4mm
Remarks: Color: penis sheath is make by mold. Color should be a little different from the latex sheet for the whole latex pants.
1) purple and transparent natural color:
How to Wear Latex clothing
Pulling on latex clothing – which tends to be tight and fit snugly – can easily damage it, leaving permanent finger marks, stretching, or even rips and tears, in the material. Have patience, and use baby powder generously on the inside of your garments. Another option is to use a silicone-based shining product or a NON oil-based lubricant to make putting on your clothing easier.
Instead of grabbing the latex material with your fingers, which increases the likelihood of leaving finger indentations or causing damage to your clothing, use your whole hand to pull the clothing. Use your hand to shift the latex and gradually shift until the garment is in place properly and you are comfortable. Use as much baby powder or lube as you feel you need; excess can always be wiped off as needed.
Be sure to watch your fingernails and any sharp edges on jewelry or watches, as these will catch the latex and possibly cause a tear.
To remove your clothing, follow this same ‘pull and shift’ method to remove garments with care.
Hand wash latex clothing in mild soapy water and hang inside out to dry (or towel dry).
On no account iron your latex clothing!
Clean latex clothing within a couple of days of wearing (leaving them dirty with sweat and body oils weaken them).
Do not allow light colors to come into contact with copper-based items (money, jewelry- some jewelry appears silver but contains a copper core) because it will stain very badly. Take care especially if you have been handling such items as even your hands may stain the rubber.
Never expose your garment to naked flame and fire as rubber burns.
Keep latex clothing out of sunlight and always dry them out indoors and away from sources of light such as windows.
Always store latex clothing in a dark place (it’s quite a good idea to hang them inside a black plastic refuse bag!).
Latex doesn’t like oil, so don’t rub your latex clothing with it or allow them to come into contact it in any way (clean hands are always a good idea!).
Store lighter colored latex clothing so they are not in direct contact with any darker pieces (the darker color can discolor the lighter ones if left together, even for a short time).
Polish latex clothing or powder lightly before storing, to prevent garments sticking to themselves.