FabriCan: Spray-on Lingerie!

FabriCan: Spray-on Lingerie!

Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
Okay, when this is finally available, Eden should totally carry this! Imagine the possibilities: you could design your own custom-fit, seamless lingerie in addition to any other type of garment you may desire. No word on how expensive this stuff is though.

Would you guys be willing to try this out? One potential drawback is the possibility of inhaling pollutants into your lungs when spraying on/designing your new garment, so I could not believe that the model (nor the designer) in the video was not wearing a face mask for protection.

I assume, however, that the spray is free of dangerous chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin, though that is one more thing I would check out before buying it. But, if that safety requirement checks out, I think the possibilities (not to mention the fun) involved with this product are positively endless!

Here's another article on this product with another video.

What do you guys think about this?
09/16/2010
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Jul!a Jul!a
Win!!!

Can it be worn again tho? Dude in the video made it seem as though it could be, but the shirt the model took off didn't look like it was in any shape to be worn again really.
09/16/2010
Blinker Blinker
Let's forget about spending money to fight cancer and AIDS, we need to make spray on clothes! I don't understand how money is wasted into this kind of bullshit.
09/16/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
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Originally posted by Jul!a
Win!!!

Can it be worn again tho? Dude in the video made it seem as though it could be, but the shirt the model took off didn't look like it was in any shape to be worn again really.
Yeah, supposedly it's supposed to be wearable again. I was definitely impressed that it is washable. I would have liked to have seen the model try it on again though.

The material is certainly unique though. It almost looked rubbery (though they said it felt kind of like suede). To me, however, it seems almost like a knitted or crocheted fabric.

If there are no dangerous chemicals that could leach into the skin (and if it is not too expensive), I will definitely give this stuff a try! I'd just make sure to wear a protective mask to avoid inhaling any of the spray -- a must when spraying anything, IMO.
09/16/2010
Alicia Alicia
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Originally posted by Jul!a
Win!!!

Can it be worn again tho? Dude in the video made it seem as though it could be, but the shirt the model took off didn't look like it was in any shape to be worn again really.
I imagine that it'd really only be suitable to be worn again if the person who applied the spray did it evenly and thick enough that it wouldn't just fall apart. I also imagine that it'd probably need some trimming of all the rough edges and such.


Personally I wouldn't care for it for clothing, but I did like how they mentioned it could be used for upholstery..now that seems pretty fun!
09/16/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
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Originally posted by Blinker
Let's forget about spending money to fight cancer and AIDS, we need to make spray on clothes! I don't understand how money is wasted into this kind of bullshit.
I can understand what you are saying, particularly if this stuff is outrageously expensive. But if it is relatively cheap and if I thought I could get some good use out of the clothes I create with it, I'd be willing to give it a try. There are plenty of novelty items that make life fun and there is nothing wrong with enjoying them responsibly.
09/16/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
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Originally posted by Alicia
I imagine that it'd really only be suitable to be worn again if the person who applied the spray did it evenly and thick enough that it wouldn't just fall apart. I also imagine that it'd probably need some trimming of all the rough edges ...
Yes, this would definitely be nice and easy-to-use for those who need new upholstery to extend the life of their couches and chairs. I loved this possibility.
09/16/2010
Sammi Sammi
This does look like an interesting product! I'd try it if it wasn't ridiculously expensive.
09/16/2010
kck kck
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Originally posted by Blinker
Let's forget about spending money to fight cancer and AIDS, we need to make spray on clothes! I don't understand how money is wasted into this kind of bullshit.
but it's hIgH fAsHi0n, gUrL!!!1/ s0o0o kewl.

Heh.

Yeah right. And I don't think it looks sexy at all.
09/16/2010
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
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Originally posted by Selective Sensualist
I can understand what you are saying, particularly if this stuff is outrageously expensive. But if it is relatively cheap and if I thought I could get some good use out of the clothes I create with it, I'd be willing to give it a try. There are ...
Indeed.

None of us complain when Tantus, Fun Factory, Lelo and Vixen spend a bunch to research and market new products. Heh. Hell, I cheer.

I also think the fact that it has a potential use as bandages is amazing. Think of the convenience for troops in the field, in emergency medicine...

Amazing.
09/16/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
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Originally posted by Carrie Ann
Indeed.

None of us complain when Tantus, Fun Factory, Lelo and Vixen spend a bunch to research and market new products. Heh. Hell, I cheer.

I also think the fact that it has a potential use as bandages is amazing. Think of the ...
Oh, I most heartily concur about the amazing potential this product has for the medical field. It is absolutely perfect for bandages. And I didn't even think about the convenience of this product for troops in the field.

I don't subscribe to the notion that it is only okay to invest your creative energies inventing something if it can be deemed practical. Having an outlet for creative expression has actually led to the invention of many products that were eventually used for something very practical. And having an outlet for creative expression is also what enriches our lives as human beings and makes life even more worth living.

I am just grateful that there are people who are willing to think outside the box and allow their imaginations free rein to create things. There are many uses for inventions that people initially looked down upon and deemed ridiculous, wasteful, and unworthy. Also, in research, it is often by serendipity that anything that is "useful" is discovered. Penicillin being one of them. Curiosity leads to many great things.
09/16/2010
iceman681 iceman681
i think something like this would start a whole new fad. where you'd take old ripped or warn through clothes and make patches. or make an skin to clothes seal in harsh weather such as at the wrist or ankles.
09/16/2010
Hannah Savage Hannah Savage
I feel bad for the model, she looks like she is shivering the entire time. YES! Spray me with freezing cold canned air!
09/16/2010
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