Leather Help!!

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Leather Help!!

Jenimi Jenimi
Hi, so I just bought some lovely but medium priced leather bonds (wrist, ankle, collar) and I've been treating the leather with some conditioner to soften up the "skin" but every time we've used them I ended up with rub rash just around the edges. I think that the edges aren't properly done, I wore them over night only once and it actually cut my skin. I'm not allergic to leather, just in case anyone asks. I asked the store from where I bought it but the only advice I was offered was to sand down the edges... Honestly spending $100 on a beginner bondage set and then not being able to really use them kind of sucks, and is a bit of a turn off to this experience. Any help folks? or should I fold, maybe look at a more expensive set when I finally have the money.
Thanks for any input!
12/13/2011
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(k)InkyIvy (k)InkyIvy
You could try modifying them yourself, getting some soft fabric or faux fur and gluing or stitching it to the inside, right up to the edge so there is less rubbing.
12/13/2011
Jenimi Jenimi
Quote:
Originally posted by (k)InkyIvy
You could try modifying them yourself, getting some soft fabric or faux fur and gluing or stitching it to the inside, right up to the edge so there is less rubbing.
thanks i'll see if i can find some sort of fur to line it with, i was hoping there was a trick or something but i think you might be right. Thanks again i really really appreciate it!
01/07/2012
Rey Rey
if it's because of rough leather edges, you can 'fuse' the fibers together using friction.

Get yourself a plastic chopstick, hold your leather item firmly in your hand and rub the chopstick along the leather edge, in a fast motion.

You should end up with a glossy finish to the edge, from the friction 'melting' the fibers together.
Repeat along all edges. Shouldn't take long

06/03/2012
Bill Ditchburn Bill Ditchburn
How thick is the leather?
06/06/2012
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