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When we treat garments with love and patience, they serve us longer. We give them a chance to intertwine with our personal stories. They become a part of our most valuable memories. Therefore, we highly recommend learning how to lovingly take care of Anoeses products. Please, read and follow these essential rules. We got you set up!

Full-grain leather

To make our restraint sets UNO, URANIA, MAYLA, all our men's collection, casual belts, corsets, chokers, bags, and harnesses, we use full-grain leather. This is the most traditional, desired, and expensive of all leathers.

Features of full-grain vegetable leather:

- Unique pattern. Natural scratches and grain make this leather unique and valuable.

- A pull-up effect. It results in the movement of oils and pigment inside the leather due to the capillary effect. It appears on bends and curvatures of leather.

- Non-water repellent and has high absorbency. Being wet, it becomes more flexible and acceptable to deformation. In some cases, moisture leads to the loss of decorative qualities: color, texture, and the structure of the product.

Storage and care:

  1. Products manufactured from full-grain vegetable leather need to be stored in dark places.
  2. Avoid direct sunlight to prevent fading and loss of color.
  3. Do not store in tight spaces to avoid deformational damage.
  4. Use only a cotton cloth to clean the product up if needed.
  5. Avoid any contact with water, sharp or hard objects, and chemicals:
  • acids
  • oils
  • solvents
  • gasoline
  • shoe polishers
Corrected grain leather

Another type of leather we use at Anoeses is corrected grain leather. And from it, we make restraint sets NELLIE and AURA, some blindfolds, and gags.

Features of corrected grain leather:

- Non-water repellent but has low absorbency. In this case, patent leather has maximum protection.

- More resistant to mechanical damage like scratches, especially patent leather. But still, it needs to be taken care of.

Storage and care:

  1. Products manufactured from full-grain vegetable leather need to be stored in dark places.
  2. Avoid direct sunlight to prevent fading and loss of color.
  3. Do not store in tight spaces to avoid deformational damage.
  4. Use only a cotton cloth to clean the product up if needed.
  5. Avoid any contact with water, sharp or hard objects, and chemicals:
  • acids
  • oils
  • solvents
  • gasoline
  • shoe polishers
Biflex and mesh fabric

You can wash biflex and mesh fabric in your washing machine. Choose "Delicate" mode at 30° C. Do not use machine wringing, and wring the water out gently with your hands. Or put your catsuit into the bathtub for water to flow out naturally.
NOTE! that being put into a hot water, these types of fabric will lose all t elastic properties. 

It is not recommended to dry biflex and mesh fabric on heaters or radiators. Place the item horizontally, to let it dry. 

 

Latex

How to properly put on latex items?

  • Before putting it on, use a special polisher to make latex shine and glow;
  • If you have Anoeses lingerie set that covers small parts of your body, then you'll put on bra and panties super easy without a lube;
  • Latex stockings, bodysuits, long-sleeved tops, leggings, etc., should be put on with a small amount of lube. This material is skin-tight, and additional lubrication provides you better comfort;
  • Use spray for a sexier wetlook.

How to launder your latex?

  • Fill the container with slightly warm water and add some gentle soap. Foam water a little;
  • Move the garment around in it so that the water moves in and around the garment. Keep doing that until you feel like the rest of the lube is washed away. Help to remove stains with your fingertips and never use any sponges;
  • Hang your latex item on a paddled or plastic hanger avoiding metal, and let the garment dry on its own.

How to store latex products?

  • Sprinkle some talcum powder, so that the latex doesn't stick together. Use it both inside and outside the product;
  • Store latex in a dry and dark place. You can hang or neatly fold an item in the closet.

As you see, latex is a pretty fastidious material. Here is a list of things that it doesn't appreciate at all:

  • Try to keep it away from sunlight and heat. It can destroy the color and fabric itself;
  • Avoid rubber touching metal: coat hangers, belts, body piercings, etc.;
  • Latex can't stand oils because they leave visible stains. Watch out for baby oils, sex oils, and greasy fingers.

These basic rules will help you to maintain your lingerie always glossy, always spectacular. By following these tips, you'll transform the care process into a beloved ritual. While concentrating on treating rubber with patience and respect, you can start refreshing in memory the kinky adventures of the previous night and plan new ones.