Everything You Need to Know about Saran Wrap Bondage

September 01st, 15   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment

Bondage in saran wrap or bondage in cling wrap: whatever you want to call it, bondage with this simple method has exploded in popularity lately. A quick look at porn and Tumblr sites can show exactly how popular this bondage method has become. Not only does it allow a simple and quick way to restrain your partner, but it’s easy to get ahold of and easy to use. Whether you’re used to escorts & babes or just want to try this with your partner, that saran wrap box is about to look a whole lot more kinky when you see it in the kitchen!

Ready to experience plastic wrap bondage for yourself? If you’re hoping to receive cling wrap bondage or do it to your partner, here are some answers to frequently asked questions.

Why Would I Want to Do This?
There are lots of reasons you’d want to do saran wrap bondage instead of any other form of bondage. The most noticeable one is that you want to practice bondage without lots of practice involved. Saran wrap bondage is extremely simple for anyone to get into – you don’t need to learn knots, and since it doesn’t press on nerve joints with pinpoint pressure, you don’t need to worry so much about nerve issues.

Saran wrap bondage is also something that can be done by virtually anyone. If you have access to a grocery store, you can purchase what you need. You don’t need to get cuffs or rope, and if anyone sees a box of saran wrap in your home, it’s totally normal.

Unlike other types of restraints, saran wrap is also pretty absolute. If an arm is restrained with cuffs, you can still move the elbows and arms themselves – the arm is just tethered to a point. With cling wrap bondage, it turns almost into a mummification. The arms and limbs will stay exactly where you put them as long as you do enough wraps with your saran wrap. This can provide for absolute bondage.

As a final bonus, some people really love that plastic wrap bondage is entirely see-through. After you wrap your partner’s genitals or body, you’ll see be able to see everything about them.

Why Wouldn’t I Want to Do Saran Wrap Bondage?
Of course, there are some reasons that some people prefer to use another method for bondage. For environmentalists, as you can imagine, this can go through a lot of saran wrap that needs to be discarded after use. This can also add up in cost as well (as opposed to something reusable like rope or cuffs).

Who Shouldn’t Do Saran Wrap Bondage?
Saran wrap bondage can be practiced by most people without a problem. However, like any other BDSM activity, you should go through a thorough negotiation before attempting something like this. Because of the finality and difficulty in escaping this type of bondage, it should ONLY be attempted with someone you trust. Do not try this with strangers or play partners you’ve never played with. If you must do so, limit it to torso bondage and leave the limbs free in case of an emergency.

People who are claustrophobic or terrified of being unable to move may also not do well with saran wrap bondage. If a person has circulation or body heating issues, you may want to limit the amount and expanse of saran wrap bondage that you perform.

What Safety Things Do I Need to Know?
While the deaths or injuries from cling wrap bondage are pretty low, it has happened (mostly due to drug use and bad judgement in that case). The most important thing to know about saran wrap bondage, like in most types of bondage, is that you DO NOT leave the bound person alone. Period. You don’t go to work for 8 hours. You don’t out on a girl’s/boy’s night. With some common sense, you can usually leave the room with periodic check-ins, but the safest option is to be available in the room – especially if your bound person is new to saran wrap bondage. You never know how someone will react to something – even something they thought they’d love.

It’s also important that you keep safety shears and blankets on-hand. The body is going to get very warm inside your saran wrap bondage – even if the person is naked. (Think of it as a Pro level blanket burrito) The air is going to feel extremely frigid after they’re out of their cocoon, so a couple layers of blankets can be very helpful. The safety shears should be kept around in case of an emergency; regular scissors could easily cut or harm your partner, but the blunt end of safety shears are specifically designed to be safe to skin while cutting off things. If you’re short on money, do NOT skimp on the safety shears! By them from a mainstream website (as they’re a medical device) instead of a kink website to save extra money. (Amazon is selling a pair for $5 right now. There’s no reason to not have some on-hand)

While doing saran wrap bondage is fun, don’t do it for too long. The sweating and the heat can dehydrate the body pretty quickly, so don’t spend hours upon hours in your bondage set-up. Remember to use common sense.

How Much Do I Need?
You’ll go through a decent amount of cling wrap for bondage, but it depends on what you want to do. Full-body mummifications can easily go through 4 or 5 200ft rolls of cling wrap. That’s about $9-16 worth of wrap depending on your local store prices. However, if you’re looking to experiment more with smaller areas, you can get away with a roll or two to just wrap limbs.

You can purchase decently-sized boxes of cling wrap at your local store; you may even want to check the dollar store as the brand-name certainly doesn’t matter for these activities. Some people prefer to purchase the “pallet-sized” cling wrap that’s designed for industrial use to wrap up pallets. You can certainly do this as well, and you may want to “graduate” to doing that. However, for beginners, starting with a cheaper and smaller option will help you get used to the sensation and safety involved with cling wrap before you try and handle a human-sized roll.

How Do I Do Plastic Wrap Bondage?
Honestly, this is probably the simplest form of bondage you can experience! Just keep wrapping the desired bondage areas until your captive experiences the inability to move out of those areas. That’s it! You’ll need at least a couple layers of cling wrap to experience that. You want to wrap it tightly enough to provide a binding experience without going too tightly. Remember, we don’t want to cut off circulation or anything. Having it reasonably tight without pulling it taut should provide the reasonable middle ground. Don’t forget to leave it a bit looser around the chest area to allow for the chest to expand during breathing. This is something you’ll just learn as you continue to perform plastic wrap bondage.

Before you play, you probably will want to have your partner strip down to as little clothing as possible – naked is optimal, but skintight clothing (like tight underwear or a bra) can work as well. This makes it much easier to cut off the bondage when you’re done. Also, as mentioned before, it gets hot in there, so you want to start them off with less clothing. Make sure you and your partner have agreed upon what you both are okay with before you start.

After you’re done, you’ll want to slowly cut off the plastic wrap with your safety shears. If you’ve done a full-body wrap, consider cutting each limb out at a time and gently massaging the tissue. As you’ve had the body in the same position for a long time, you want to get blood flow moving easily again as you cut them out. Don’t forget to have a blanket and lots of aftercare cuddles available.

Where Can I Use Plastic Wrap Bondage?
Plastic wrap bondage is really versatile. You can use it for a bunch of different uses. Consider leaving the limbs free while wrapping the torso and hips (much like a piece of clothing). You can then use your safety shears to cut out small holes for breasts, vagina, or penis stimulation. You can also bind the legs together from the knees down or the hips down. This makes it easy to keep your play partner from moving while you still have the rest of their body to enjoy. Arms and limbs can also be saran wrapped to external fixed objects to keep your partner from moving.

Don’t forget about full-body mummification. That can be done as well. As it’s very intense, make sure you both have agreed this is something you’re comfortable with. If someone is afraid of being unable to escape, this is not the way to start with saran wrap bondage! Consider wrapping up each individual arm and leg before doing the cling wrap over the entire body. This will provide an even-more-intense bondage experience. If you’re doing the full body, please remember to have common sense and leave holes to breathe as well.

How Can I Accessorize My Wrap?
You don’t just have to stick to the basic saran wrap! In fact, if you want to get playful, consider looking for colored cling wrap during the holidays. December almost always gets green and red wrap in retail stores – while you can purchase most colors year-round from various online retailers.

If you’re going for a full immobilization experience, consider blindfolds and earplugs before putting on the bondage wrap as it may intensify the entire sensation.

Looking for even more fun? Consider doing a very light layer of saran wrap. After that, use duct tape over top of the saran wrap, going line by line. Cut the tape after each line to get a nice, even wrap with each line. This may take longer, but in the end, you’ll have a person that’s duct taped into bondage without any of the downsides of having tape pull at the body hair.




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