Have you tried Hemp Rope?

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Have you tried Hemp Rope?

Cowgirl-Cutie Cowgirl-Cutie
My hubby and I have recently tried rope bondage. So far we have tried the Japanese rope from EF and regular nylon rope from the hardware store. My question is has anyone here tried hemp rope? How does it compare to other types? Any you would suggest?
01/10/2013
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Sir Sir
I have over 350' of hemp. It's a lot scratchier and firmer than other ropes, and takes time to break in. Keep this in mind. The scent is similar to horses. It holds knots well though, and I feel that it's beautiful on flesh, very natural.

Feel free to write me a message and I will give you some links to places to purchase hemp.
03/23/2013
GirlOnGirl GirlOnGirl
Yes. I'm new to rope and right now I'm working on basic ties and doing it with hemp rope.
03/23/2013
BloodHound BloodHound
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Originally posted by Cowgirl-Cutie
My hubby and I have recently tried rope bondage. So far we have tried the Japanese rope from EF and regular nylon rope from the hardware store. My question is has anyone here tried hemp rope? How does it compare to other types? Any you would ...
I love using hemp. It has a great natural feel to it. It has a nice bite to it and doesn't slide on body like a nylon rope would.
04/07/2013
gsfanatic gsfanatic
I haven't tried it yet, but I've heard good things from my friends that've tried it
04/07/2013
Eugler Eugler
Mistress Midori (I guess) writes that you have to boil it for one hour in water and afterwards treat it with a sort of vegetable oil to make it smoother and softer.

I've never tried, because I love my nylon one.
04/08/2013
Gdom Gdom
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Originally posted by Sir
I have over 350' of hemp. It's a lot scratchier and firmer than other ropes, and takes time to break in. Keep this in mind. The scent is similar to horses. It holds knots well though, and I feel that it's beautiful on flesh, very ...
This. It holds knots spectacularly though it's rather abrasive.
04/08/2013
Sir Sir
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Originally posted by Eugler
Mistress Midori (I guess) writes that you have to boil it for one hour in water and afterwards treat it with a sort of vegetable oil to make it smoother and softer.

I've never tried, because I love my nylon one.
Yes, that is what is written. However, if done incorrectly, it will break down the integrity of the rope and it will unravel.
04/10/2013
Ayogirl230 Ayogirl230
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Originally posted by Cowgirl-Cutie
My hubby and I have recently tried rope bondage. So far we have tried the Japanese rope from EF and regular nylon rope from the hardware store. My question is has anyone here tried hemp rope? How does it compare to other types? Any you would ...
ohhh i l.ike the sounds of that. I love everything else hemp so why not this too
07/17/2013
Thumper Logic Thumper Logic
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Originally posted by Cowgirl-Cutie
My hubby and I have recently tried rope bondage. So far we have tried the Japanese rope from EF and regular nylon rope from the hardware store. My question is has anyone here tried hemp rope? How does it compare to other types? Any you would ...
I love my white hemp. I find it softer than traditional hemp, but it ties just as nicely.
Apr 30, 7:34 pm
Thumper Logic Thumper Logic
Quote:
Originally posted by Cowgirl-Cutie
My hubby and I have recently tried rope bondage. So far we have tried the Japanese rope from EF and regular nylon rope from the hardware store. My question is has anyone here tried hemp rope? How does it compare to other types? Any you would ...
I have some white hemp that I absolutely adore... It's not as coarse as Bavarian or Romanian hemp.
May 12, 8:57 pm
lilswitch lilswitch
Natural fiber ropes, most commonly used are hemp and jute, hold knots better because there's more friction. There's less slippage. Hemp smells earthy while a friend has described jute as diesely. Hemp is softer and heavier than jute. You can buy both raw and process it yourself, i.e. stretch, boil, adding wax or oil, or buy them ready to use.
Jun 20, 9:03 pm
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