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Old 07-31-2014, 11:37 AM   #1633
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Originally Posted by olwen View Post
Just to add to this, nylon rope is also quite slippery and stiff, so not good at holding knots, and you'd need to pull it a bit tighter to make it stay, which is not good for people with circulation issues. I think this type of rope is okay for making wrist and ankle restraints to use for hog ties and such, but not so good for shibari.
Washing it a few times does help with the stiffness, but yeah, if you want to do anything more complicated than single column ties or a super basic chest harness, you're better off buying rope that's designed for bondage, whether it's hemp, silk, or something else.


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