Chlorination FAQ


By exposing the surface of latex to chlorine in a special process, the open-ended latex molecules are closed off creating a “glass-like” feel with virtually no more “tackiness”. This also can help slow down the degradation of your outfit and preserve a shine without the need for constant polishing.


Ever wanted your outfits to easily slide on without the need to powder or lube up first? Chlorinating definitely is for you! Additionally, chlorinated latex on chlorinated latex slides with little to no resistance making a catsuited hug or gloves hands giving a massage even more sensual.


Almost anything latex can be chlorinated: catsuits, shirts, pants, dresses, vacbeds, sleepsacks, stockings, gloves and the list goes on and on. We not only chlorinate our own items, we will do any other manufacturers as well. The best results come from tighter garments that are harder to get dressed in like catsuits, gloves and stockings that normally required messy lubes and powders. Any garments or accessories with rivets, buckles, grommets or other metals may tarnish and rust due to the chlorine reaction. Normally the rusting is minimal but not uncommon and precautions will be taken for larger metallic bits to prevent staining if possible.


Any material that is not a natural latex product may not take to the process as well (if at all). PVC, vinyl, silicone, leather, etc all cannot be done. Older items that are starting to ‘melt’ or disintegrate, well worn, not well cared for are not recommended to have done as any weak areas become brittle and create areas where it will tear or fail easily. For those items, there is usually very little that can be done to restore them and replacement may be a better option.


  1. Select Type of Chlorination
    • Standard – The typical process. Both the inside and outside of the item is exposed to the chemical solution
    • Single-Sided – Only the inside is exposed. Suitable to gloves, stockings, most catsuits, and other items that can be sealed off from the chemical solution
  2. Select size of item to be chlorinated:
    • Small size – Gloves (as a pair), stockings (as a pair), masks/hoods, catsuits, corsets, etc
    • Large Items – Vacbeds/cubes, sleepsacks, bedding, etc
  3. Select whether you want us to clean your items prior to processing
    • Prior to Shipping
    • By Us
  4. Select number of items to be chlorinated (Discounts available for 5+ items)
  5. Check out. Ship-to address will be provided after checkout

For bulk services, please contact for us for pricing.


If you choose to clean your items prior to shipping, each item must be cleaned thoroughly inside and out, have no residual lube or shine on any of the surfaces and free of any other contaminants that may prevent a good chemical reaction to the latex surface. If any item is not completely clean, we may at our sole discretion, ask an additional cleaning charge or simply return the item untouched with partial refund.


ll items will be packed and shipped only after everything is completely dry and a final inspection done. Items may be lightly powdered to absorb any residual moisture to prevent sticking or latex degradation.


When you receive your items back, there may be some water spots, uneven coloring, and the material may feel stiffer, less flexible and not as shiny as before. This is completely normal and should go away fairly quickly after wearing. Though not completely necessary but recommended, most people will condition their latex with a polish to help bring back most all of the shine and to help restore flexibility and stretch.


Not sure if what you have is good for our Chlorination Service or want to inquire about bulk discounts? Drop us a line and we’d be happy to help in any way we can!


We do not assume any responsibility for damage to other manufacturers items either due to the chlorination process or subsequent usage.
Latex normally reacts in a predictable way when chlorinating. Our process has been perfected over many years and thousands of items however different ages, amounts of use, thicknesses and manufacturing qualities of latex may cause the process to react differently.
Chlorination is a one-way and permanent process that chemically alters latex and therefore cannot be undone.