How to care for your latex?
After each use, wash your latex, soaking it in lukewarm water and mild soap. Hang to dry or towel dry. Then powder the inside of your garments and polish the outside using a silicone lubricant. Do not let your latex come in contact with copper, brass or bronze, as it will permanently stain your garment.
Do not let your latex come in contact with copper, brass or bronze, as it will permanently stain your garment.
Do not allow latex to come in contact with oils or petroleum-based products, like massage oils, as it will destroy your latex.
How to store your latex?
Do not allow latex to come in contact with oils or petroleum-based products, like massage oils, as it will destroy your latex. Keep your latex away from intense heat and direct sunlight. Store in a cool, dark and dry place.
What is latex and where are the items made?
It starts with the transformation of quality, natural, raw, liquid latex into sheeting, to hand-cutting each piece from a pattern, to assembly and finishing, no machining or short-cuts are ever used during our Canadian manufacturing process. This is POLYMORPHE. Every item is 100% hand-made, lovingly crafted and manufactured in an artisanal fashion. Each step of the garment-making process is done by a person.
Within its spacious 4000 square feet of clean and contamination-free workspace, POLYMORPHE crafts, stores, and displays some of the most stunning and innovative latex fashion-wear designs.
Is Polymorphe's latex hypoallergenic?
The latex we use is natural, medical grade deproteinated latex. It is safer than what will be commonly found on the market. However, if you have an allergy to natural latex, it is not recommended to wear any latex garment.
Is it possible to repair a latex garment?
Most of the time, we can repare your latex clothing. Just send us a picture of the damage for estimation. Except for dipped items such as gloves, masks, penis sheaths and socks, which cannot be repaired.
How to put on latex clothing?
When dressing, always be extremely careful of sharp objects such as jewelry, rings, fingernails that can tear the latex. Use a flat, broad hand to pull your garments up. Use a silicone base lubricant or non-perfumed powder to get in your latex clothes more easily.
Do you offer made-to-measure items?
If you need an adjustment on any of our items, just send us a message with the item number and the adjustment you need to make. We will send you specific measurements to take and send us back for a perfect adjustment of your items and the best comfort. Additional costs may apply. Please take note that finished clothing cannot be altered.
We also offer a made-to-measure service at our workshop, by appointments only. Contact us for more details.