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Slippery clamps

Unread postby Cheshire » Tue Nov 24, 2015 7:58 pm

Have one little problem vith my bondage gear. Specifically with nipple clamps.
One of them (with rubber cover looked like this ... SX300_.jpg ) first time worked perfectly. But, in one day, covers just get too slippery and they start fall off, and i don't know, how prevent it...
Yes, i can take off rubber part, but those sharped claw are... owwwh... it's very arousing and pleasurable, but also very painful afterward, so i can't wore them too often.
May be i should clean them with something special?
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Re: Slippery clamps

Unread postby Franzia » Wed Nov 25, 2015 2:27 am

I don't know why they usually use those shiny rubber tips, add a bit of perspiration or skin oil and they get even more slippery.

You could bend the jaws slightly for more of a 'tweezer' effect or a use a bit of detergent or soap to wash off any oil. You might also try the naked jaws over a top, as any cloth will lessen the bite.
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Re: Slippery clamps

Unread postby d3vious.g3nius » Wed Nov 25, 2015 2:38 pm

Try cleaning them(the clamps and your nips) with rubbing alcohol.
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Re: Slippery clamps

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Re: Slippery clamps

Unread postby Johnr104 » Thu Jan 07, 2016 4:53 am

Get yourself a can of Hollister 7730 medical adhesive (it's a spray can used to adhere silicone breast forms to the body). Just the tinyest dab on your nipple and the clamp won't come off.
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Re: Slippery clamps

Unread postby FatherOfFour » Thu Jan 07, 2016 9:17 am

A - if You want them with both functions (with _and_ without rubber tips) You have to increase friction on the metal part.
- Sand it (the metal part of the jaw) a little bit, and try if it slips or not
- Eventually cover metal jaws (after sanding) with tool-dip, nail-resin or other non-slip surface
- There is a 3M spray with the post-it adhesive. Use it on the jaws (no contact with skin and ould take apart easy)

B - You'll use them only with rubber on: contact cement, any rubber adhesive (careful: poisonous and flammable vapors), leather adhesive, shoe adhesive, etc. on sanded metal jaws and they'll never slip off again

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Re: Slippery clamps

Unread postby lanad » Tue Jan 26, 2016 10:56 am

You cold try changing the rubber sleeves to a different type, or glue on some harder pads, ouch, god how I love these things.
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