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Apprentice

Registered: 09-2004
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Differences in Types of Latex


I have read about 'Slush Latex' and want to know is this the same as 'Liquid Latex'.

After typing that, it even sounds stupid.

Its just that being from England I cannot find (google search) any companies that supply 'Slush Latex'.I have found plenty that supply liquid latex.

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Registered: 02-2004
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Re: Stupid Question on Latex


It may be. Mask latex, slush latex are the same thing. Mold latex is a different thing. Depending on the source will tell you what liquid latex is. If its from a shop that sells it to be put on the skin :firemad
Than that might be a fetish thing. If it comes in gallons than that might be a mask making thing.

Now thats allot of things emoticon

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Registered: 02-2004
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Re: Stupid Question on Latex


Companies use different names to describe the same thing. Slush is a liquid. Slush usually isn't watered down as much. The ammonia and sulphur content may be higher in slush. Casting latex is commenly refered to as "slush". Liquid is sometimes used to refer to "fetish" latex also. This has some of the "bad stuff" taken out. Also you are running into the difference in jargon from one side of the pond to the other. Call the companies in your area, tell them what you what the latex for and have the suggest a grade from their stock.

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