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It's the king pack of Vivishine, 2,5 liters to shine and help put on latex.
Long lasting, visible deep shine and intensive care for all latex and rubber products. It perfects the latex feeling on the skin. Solvent-free and odorless.
VIVISHINE is the optimal basis for the shine and care of latex. Ideally, VIVISHINE is added in the rinsing water right after washing, and thus distributed perfectly over the entire surface of the material. The application is particularly simple, economical and effective. This process protects the sensitive latex surface and preserves it at the same time as there is no friction created during polishing.
After treatment with VIVISHINE, the latex clothing can easily be hung in the closet or stored in a garment bag. When dressing, the latex clothing shines from the roots and the surface feels smooth. With VIVISHINE, latex outfits remain permanently shiny, smooth and graceful as on the first day.
Polydimethylsiloxane, pectin, nitrogen
Wash the latex thoroughly after wearing. VIVICLEAN is the most suitable for this purpose, which not only washes gently and thoroughly but also cleans hygienically and removes germs and bacteria. This prevents the formation of bacteria, sweat or the like in the material. It is best to take off the latex under the shower and wash it.
After washing, run a few liters of clear water into the tub and add some VIVISHINE. The latex should be bathed in it for a short time, so that all areas are evenly wetted. Dosing tips are found on the next page.
Shake off the surplus water off the latex and let it hang up for a few hours to dry and air out. With hard water (chalky water), it is recommended to dab the water drops with a towel. A perfect shine is ready.
VIVISHINE is particularly economical to use. The latex surface is wetted thin and very uniformly, thus avoiding a greasy surface that can happen in many other cases.
For a Catsuit, it is sufficient to add about one tablespoon of VIVISHINE to the tub or wash sink with clear lukewarm water. The amount of water is rather unimportant: a few liters will suffice, just so the latex can be well immersed in it.
After pulling the latex, it is immediately noticeable how the water bubbles form and a shiny surface appears. The latex then feels glossy and smooth without sticking together. If oily droplets can still be seen after shaking off the water drops then the dosage was too high. While this is not too bad, it attracts lint in more than necessary.