Sweet HTW wrapping technique
To anyone who followed Xenolith’s HTW thread, you’ve probably learned that HTWs can make an excellent wrap for hangers. They are smooth and seemless, and provide counterpressure to prevent lymph buildup and soreness.
After a recent bout of chemical peels aimed at attacking my discoloration, my skin was left a bit more tender than usual. My subsequent return to hanging, even while wearing 2 HTWs, was still a bit painful to the skin.
Then I came upon an idea—to use the HTWs to create a back-stop for the hanger. The idea is quite simple. I think words will be adequate to describe it.
- I apply two HTWs, as directed in Xeno’s thread. One is applied on top of the other to form a double-wrap. The double-wrap extends the full length of my shaft, and overhangs the tip of my glans by about 1/4” or so.
- Next, I fold back the overhanging region of HTWs to expose the last 1/4” or so of my glans. The area just below the fold and extending about 1/2” down thus comprises 4 layers of HTW—2 from the double-wrap and 2 from the folded back double-wrap.
- Now I repeat the fold, to create an 8-layer wrap. The second fold exposes my entire glans, including corona, and fits snugly into the shoulder formed between the shaft and corona.
When the hanger is applied, I find that the “ring” forms something of a “back-stop” that the hanger approaches but does not push past. In fact, I think the hanger might cause the “ring” to bite in harder, resulting in a very good stretch.
So far, hanging with the “ring” has been much more comfortable than hanging without it. I have had no problems with skin pain or circulation.
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Last edited by ModestoMan : 06-24-2006 at .