DIY Under bed restraints?

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DIY Under bed restraints?

mistressg mistressg
I am wondering if anyone out there has any tips for a sort of DIY under-bed restraint system. I do not have a headboard or footboard on my queen sized bed, if I did it would be easier since I could just keep cuffs attached to it. I am considering getting the Under the Bed Restraint system, but I currently am struggling to pay for all sorts of health expenses, so I am trying to really watch what I buy and only meet my basic needs.

So, any suggestions for some cuffs I could keep attached to my bed somehow, without buying this kit (at least until I can save up for it)? I have other bondage gear I was thinking of somehow incorporating into this, just so I could keep cuffs ready to use at the corners of my bed.

I have each of these things that I could incorporate into it if needed:
- Sportcuffs
- Japanese Bondage Rope
- Fetish Fantasy Series japanese silk rope
- Hog-tied – restraints
11/02/2012
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Ex-prude Ex-prude
All I can think of is nylon webbing (the stuff for backpack straps and leashes - you can get it super cheap on ebay) with metal clips/bolt snaps sewed onto the ends. Then you could run one long piece under the bed to where you want to wrist restraints and attach two long pieces where it runs under that could reach to the base of the bed for ankles. And if you didn't want the webbing falling to the floor, you could use a staple gun to attach it to your box spring's frame. That would also help prevent escapes. If I didn't describe it well enough, tell me and I'll draw a picture.

Btw, one tip you should know about nylon webbing if you choose to use it is that you must use a lighter around all raw edges (ones you have cut) or else it will fray.
11/02/2012
Huff Huff
We've always found old stockings to be best for bed restraints. Both strong and stretchy with plenty of length to reach from ankle or wrist to the beds legs.
11/02/2012
mistressg mistressg
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Originally posted by Huff
We've always found old stockings to be best for bed restraints. Both strong and stretchy with plenty of length to reach from ankle or wrist to the beds legs.
Interesting! Nice suggestion. I might have to try that out...I have plenty of old hosiery.
11/03/2012
stlouisxxx stlouisxxx
Rope, dog leashes, webbing attached to the bed frame legs with dog style leash clips for the cuffs
01/01/2013
MrWill MrWill
Neck ties. Check out a thrift store and get a bunch, then tie them together or use them separately as needed!
01/01/2013
KissTheSkyBaby KissTheSkyBaby
Until recently we didn't have a headboard either and stuck to regular home depot rope. A little chaffing but nothing a strategically placed sock couldn't avoid.
01/01/2013
Thumper69 Thumper69
I dont have a Head or foot noard . Mine are on the sides . works great . I have a Cal. king.still long enough.
01/19/2013
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