How long ROPE do you need for Bed Bondage

How long ROPE do you need for Bed Bondage
To know How long ROPE do you need for Bed Bondage, you should know basics.

How long ROPE do you need for Bed Bondage

Bdsm Ropes for Bondage

You may be surprised, but finding a really good, beautiful and functional rope for bondage or suspension in BDSM is very difficult! There is a wide variety of ropes available in markets, hardware, construction, fishing and climbing shops, but they are generally poorly suited for tying a person. Some strings, when connected, cut into the body, others, stretching, do not hold the harness, others are harmful to human skin, the fourth is not so beautiful, the fifth is too thin or, conversely, thick … At the same time, the modern foreign sex industry has long been producing beautiful, functional and safe ropes for BDSM, the only drawback of which is probably their price. But it is fully justified for the pleasure and safety that you get in your games.

In this article, we will help you find the best rope for tying your bottom.

 

Length, thickness and diameter of the tying Ropes for Bondage

  • Thickness less than 4 mm – not used, because painfully dig into the skin, overtighten blood vessels and tendons, are traumatic.
  • 4 mm diameter – used for finer and more delicate work – for example, when tying hair, male genitals, etc.
  • Diameter 6-8 mm is the most preferred thickness. It does not crash into the body and does not create problems in blood circulation, and looks impressive and beautiful. It is widely used for shibari.
  • Diameter 10 mm – it is more difficult for her to knit, the strapping looks cumbersome, the knots are large. A rope of this thickness is more often used for heavy loads – for example, when hanging.
  • More than 10 mm – used exclusively for suspensions or as a means of the thematic entourage.

When choosing a rope for hanging, the string must be guaranteed to withstand the weight of the bottom. The characteristics of any product indicate its ultimate tensile and tensile loads. Bondage loads are static, so you should focus on the tensile limit. It is better to buy a rope with a margin of safety to avoid the danger of it breaking.

Before using for suspensions, the rope should be inspected for visible damage, and also tested for static and dynamic strength.

As for the length, it is chosen depending on the purpose of the device. For simple binding of the hands at the wrists and feet at the ankles, 1 meter is sufficient. Craftsmen of beautiful straps usually harvest pieces of 7-12 meters. Longer ones are difficult to work with. Thus, you typically choose the length yourself, based on which strapping you prefer.

How long ROPE do you need for Bed Bondage

For full bondage sessions at the initial stage, you will need 4-5 short, 2-3 long pieces of rope.

Preparation method for Bondage

According to the manufacturing method, all ropes are divided into two categories – braided and twisted. Twisted ones are made by twisting several strands, and braided ones – by their weaving. The difference is visible. In classic bondage, twisted ropes made from natural materials are used, but this does not mean that the use of others is not allowed.

In principle, the quality of the product does not depend much on the manufacturing method. It should be noted that braided ropes are often less flexible than twisted ropes.

By the way, the reverse process is also characteristic of the ropes – they can untwist and untwist so that this does not happen, the ends of the pieces are usually fixed in any way indicated below, from spontaneous dissolution. 

Natural fibre Ropes for Bondage

Benefits

  • They hold knots and harness well,
  • Do not stretch.
  • More pleasant to tactile sensations than synthetic ones, except perhaps hemp

disadvantages

  • Natural materials change their properties and characteristics over time. And quite quickly with intensive use. As a result, they can rot, wear out and tear even in the case of a small load.
  • They require increased attention and care. To preserve their properties, they must be thoroughly dried after the session, stored in a dry place in a properly laid state and washed periodically. When using ropes to tie different bottoms, they should be disinfected.
  • Natural materials tend to flicker at the ends. To avoid this, you should fix the strands at the ends with tape, electrical tape, thread or PVC wire. Using fixing materials of different colours, it is possible to indicate the length of a given piece of rope, which is very convenient for complex and combined strapping.

The natural material is usually further processed to give it specific properties. For example, to remove stubborn lint, burn it over a fire. To make the rope softer, boil it for 2-3 hours and then rinse it in a fabric softener or softener. However, it should be noted that after cooking the product becomes not only soft but also more “fluffy”, unwinds and “creeps”, which negatively affects its appearance.

Jute Ropes for Bondage

Pretty beautiful and embossed light brown twisted or braided jute rope made of dense, smooth fibre. Due to the density of the material, jute poorly absorbs moisture, slowly lends itself to dirt and tolerates washing well.

Sisal Ropes for Bondage

Sisal rope is light grey or pale yellow, rather tough and prickly. A characteristic feature of the material is its “shaggy” – the sisal rope seems to be in a halo of peculiar sisal “thorns”. These tough fibres, when pulled, can damage the skin, but when they are neatly and tightly bound over the naked body, they give a very pleasant additional tactile sensation. Sisal bends hard – the knots are rather unaesthetic. If so, it is recommended to soak it in hot water for a while. One of the indisputable advantages of sisal is that the material is not hygroscopic.

Cotton Ropes for Bondage

Soft and delicate material, mostly white. The surface is smooth, not prickly. Bondage with such a rope is comfortable, stress-free and injury-free. The disadvantage of cotton rope is the ability to stretch, “crumb” and “curl” at the ends, absorb moisture and quickly get dirty. Prone to spontaneous twisting. It is hygroscopic when moisture is absorbed, and it swells greatly, wet knots cannot be untied. Wears out quickly, strands exfoliate and entangle. A rope woven from several of these ropes is less prone to the listed disadvantages, but it becomes more rigid.

Hemp Ropes for Bondage

It twisted hemp rope from plant fibre of grey, grey-brown or grey-green colour. Covered with the pile, which crumbles during use, stains clothes, furniture and the floor. In addition, hemp rope can contain a significant amount of foreign matter that can injure the skin when pulled. The material is the least durable of all-natural materials. Hemp less than 6 mm is not used in BDSM and bondage. Easy to knot into knots that can be difficult to untie later. Hemp rope attracts many tying enthusiasts with its roughness and uncomfortable sensations. It is good to use for punishing men and women… However, it is more difficult to work with, it quickly loses its shape, becoming “liquid”, is susceptible to moisture (can rot) and should be stored away from sources of moisture and sunlight. It is also sensitive to mechanical damage, to wear – it can be easily rubbed against a sharp or jagged edge of hard material.

Their relief also distinguishes natural products made of jute and sisal. As a result of the use of embossed ropes and cords for tying, traces in the form of patterns remain on the body, which looks beautiful and attracts attention, but they disappear over time. The time for the disappearance of traces is very individual, depending on the skin and the properties of the bottom of the body, but on average, it is 20-40 minutes.

Jute rope, according to professionals, is most suitable for bondage and tying.

Synthetic Ropes for Bondage

Synthetic rope is not recommended for tying the naked body and is mainly used for tying over the clothing. They are primarily made of nylon and polypropylene. Better quality synthetic braided – made of thin nylon fibre. This is the ultimate bondage rope. It is very soft, thick, and can withstand significant stress. The “rounding” on the ends is often removed by melting the back over a fire and then filing it.

Synthetics benefits

  • Have increased durability
  • Resistant to wear and tear
  • Comfortable with tactile sensations
  • Presentable appearance
  • A large number of colors used
  • Not demanding on storage conditions

disadvantages

  • It tends to stretch, so it is difficult to control the degree of its tension.
  • Poorly holds knots and under load, they can come loose.
  • Quite stiff and can cause injury – burns or cuts.

 Of course, in addition to ropes, you will need many other BDSM toys, the choice of which we will be happy to help you make

 

 

Also Check :-   HOW TO USE A RABBIT VIBRATOR


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