3 Pack of Silicone Self Adhesive Sheets
Includes: 3 Sheets, 2 Part Mix (A+B) in Syringes, Popsicle Sticks for Mixing, Mixing Baggies, and Printed Instructions.
Note: This product is ONLY available as an add-on when making a purchase of a Custom Prosthetic Purchase. Ordering it without a Custom Prosthetic will result in a refund and you will not get the product. I only stock these as a customer convenience for those who are ordering a Prosthetic and wish to get all their products in one shop and not pay multiple shipping charges, especially for those internationally. This product is never available for discounted purchases.
For Prosthetics with smaller tabs, the sheets can be cut into half prior to installing and you can have enough for 6 uses instead of 3. I recommend tracing the tab onto a sheet before cutting to make sure you know where to cut.
What it is:
These are from the newest Gender Mender batch and are the STICKIEST sheets yet!
100% silicone and body safe! Turn your prosthetic into a self-adhesive packer, or STP.
How it works:
Follow instructions (via YouTube) on how to install or replace an adhesive sheet.
I recommend wearers be clean-shaven or use an electric razor to trim to about a #1 Guard.
Simply stick on to the body for use, wear all day. When you're ready to clean use non-moisturizing dish soap. Let it dry and repeat. The included spray cleaner is a great alternative when you need a quick rinse of the fuzzies, but don't have time to let it do a full wash and air dry.
What can this be used for:
This is for use with the lighter weight packers and the tabs of the STPs.
They can be used with the erect models, but due to the weight, they will not hold by themselves.
Something called "Cure inhibition" - this is when the sheet is unable to be fully glued to the prosthetic as well as when it won't stick to you. Certain body products can cause this if they contain moisturizers - lotions, oils, or anything that leaves a residue behind on the skin. Read product labels before using directly on the prosthetic and make sure your body is fully dry before applying to avoid cure inhibition.
Not made for use in water:
While it might be dysphoric to think about showering without your new prosthetic, this is a great time to give it a good cleaning, while also taking the time to clean your genitals. Washing your anatomy is important to maintain a healthy body - and preventing unwanted doctor visits! Just wash your packer and adhesive sheet in the sink before you head into the shower and by the time you're done showering and are fully dry it should be too!
While you might not be able to go skinny dipping with the prosthetic and have it stay in place, simply wearing a pair of fitted briefs or a jockstrap under your swimming will help keep it from falling out of a pair of swim trunks.