FRK Cheep DIY FS Gear Options

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  1. ShoverBot

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    The FS FWB is probably going to come over in the next week or 2:wiggle:, and were both wanting to get a lil more into the FS than last time. I know somebody has mentioned fabric stores sell Curtian or whatever cording thats soft and fairly cheep(just hand/arm restrait now, not full bondage or anything). Im also looking for ideas on a cheep paddle, flogger, a spreader bar would be nice too. There's a Tractor Supply down the road might have to venture in there and see if theyve got some crops or whips or something. All ideas welcomed.
     
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    Depending on what kind of cuffs you have (if any), you can make a spreader bar easily. At least I was able to, but that was mainly due to my wifes cuffs having build in d-rings.

    If you have access to a dremel (makes for faster sanding / smoothing) and an electric jigsaw, you can easily make a paddle with some wood from home depot for like.. $4. As for restraint rope.. also Home Depot or Lowes, get some cotton rope. Won't be silk, but it should hold decent and not be too expensive or abrasive. You can also make a bit / gag with it rather easily as well.
     
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  3. MrSlappyPants

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    get some 3/8" braided nylon rope (usually sold at home improvement stores, or anywhere that they sell boating rope by the foot). It's softer than the cotton against the skin, will last longer, and doesn't really have any give to it. Easy to work with for tying and untying... and best of all... cheap too!

    A few things to remember though, when playing with rope, be sure to have a pair of EMT shears nearby just in case (can be bought at any drug store for less than $10). Also, make sure you know what knot's you are using. DO NOT use any knots that will slip (like overhand, or grannies) as they can lead to loss of circulation (continually check extremities for any change of color. If they are turning tints of red/purple/blue, the rope is too tight. Untie immediately.) Instead you should be using knots like square knots, and the french bowline (use about 3 loops of equal pressure) is great for wrist/ankle restraint when tied to bedpost etc... They keep someone retrained tightly, but completely safe.
     
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