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Wrapping techniques

Wrapping techniques

Am having some trouble wrapping.

I am circumcised

When I wrap, at the moment only using clothe, and they an elastic band for traction when I put my home-made Bib on how can I prevent skin movement? Even though I pull the skin back ,have read that is the thing to do with a circumcised member? I find that I get too much forward movement by doing this. What difference does the theraband make?And what is the primary function of the theraband? What it’s purpose?
I can get the device to stay on, it’s just that I get alot of bunching at the head of my penis and a lot of skin, how can I avoid this from happening?

Would it not be better to push all the skin forward like an uncircumcised person, then there would be no forward movement of the skin, right? Maybe I should experiment with that idea, or is that pointless?

Keep reading how important wrapping is for hanging, however do not see too much literature on it or detailed explanations on how to do it without skin movement restriction.

Any help and suggestion are greatfully received

Regards

What position are you hanging in?

With BTC and straight down, there will be skin stretch no matter what.

Personally, I`m uncut and as I`m writing this post I`m hanging very comfortably with my Bib Starter.

Don`t retract your foreskin. Pull it back slightly perhaps.

Here`s how I do it:

Pull back the foreskin slightly, grap my penis at the head with my left hand and stretch my penis outwards (to resemble a stretched position). Then I smooth all loose skin towards the base with my right hand. Use my left hand to help keep it there and then I start the wrapping process using both hands (while maintaining the stretch). Spiraling down and all the time making sure that loose skin is not under the wrap.

Earlier I used only theraband, but now I have started using a few passes of a thin cloth first and it seems to be more comfortable.

The primary purpose of the theraband is to provide a good surface for attaching the hanger.

Just re-read your post and I see that you actually are circumsized. What I said should still apply though.

For further information, read my thread further down: “How I attach the hanger!”

Btw, there are a video about hanging here on Thundersplace. You could learn a lot from that one.

Hey Renholder , thanks for getting back to me!

Thats the problem I have, even though I pull the skin back, it comes forward, it’s as if it is on rollers when it comes to adding weight to my hanger.

I think it is to do with how I am wrapping more than anything.

Today I bought a great wrapping device, it is used for wrist support for sports activity, also has velcro on it so can be attached with ease.

I also bought a tennis handle grip instead of theraband, as is hard to get hold of where I am, this another very good traction device. Am hoping these two new additions well aid my Bib hanger.

I have not tried yet, girlfriend is home, but she is working tomorrow, unexpected, so will have more time to play with my new tools.

My Bib hanger is the homemade one, with the pipe<tubing> just a simple devise,also I think I need ot find a better fastener for it, at the moment I am only using velcro, but do not think I can get it tight enough so will have to add something that can make it more secure/tighter.

Will let you know how I get on tomorrow

How long is your piece of clothe Renholder ? And how long a piece of theraband do you use? Or anybody else who uses these materials :D

Theraband has two advantages: 1. it protects the skin. This stuff really works for this purpose nothing better. 2. it will grip the skin. this is the important part because it will hold on firmly enough under any pressure.

Now comes the most difficult part: Gripping adequately enough to prevent ANY movement on the shaft. If your seeing any slippage then your not getting enough grip pressure. Yes your dick will feel like it is in a vise but that what it takes. When your loaded up you’ll forget about the tightness and realize that your actually comfortable. The Glans should be soft to the touch and remain pliable.

I haven’t tried the tennis Racket grip material but from what I understand is should be comparable to Theraband

One other trick that will give more comfort is to do this: after you have the wrap on and the clamp is installed but before full pressure is applied pull the clamp and your penis to first one side and pull the skin out from under the clamp and wrap. Then pull the clamp to the other side and do the same thing. Now apply full pressure to the clamp and then load up the weights.

What this does is prevent the skin from stretching from the sides. you’ll find it will give you relief from stinging skin stretch.


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Thanks Monty! Helpful indeed. I will really have to look into theraband.

I do not think my problem is so much slippage, the clamp does not move from where it is fastened, my main problem is skin movement < I do not know if the two are the same>

I stretch my penis out, pull back the skin add a cotton wrap and then add the tennis grip Bib clamp < what I ahve done is stuck the tennis grip iside the home-made Bib so I do not have attach it individually. Then I get hoseclamp, which comes with it’s own screwing device so I don’t need a screw-driver. It clamps firmly and is tight, however once I add the weights, inevitably it rolls forward, the whole lot, it is still on, but is uncomfortably at the head of my unit, and my skin bunches up at the top by head. I get a lot of veins popping up in that part of the skin too and my head becomes hard.
Have tried over and over with the same result of the rolling forward.

Well, the skin obviously moves because of SLIPPAGE. You are not grasping the internal structures and you are not forming “shoulders” in front of the head.

The tennis grip may be okay, but it is not okay to just stick it inside the hanger. You need to wrap it like you wrap the cotton. The hanger needs a solid bundle (not saying THICK) in order to grasp the internals.

Hoseclamp? I`m not sure if I understand your set-up. Sounds complicated. Have you considered buying a Bib?

And lastly, please view the video here at thunders on how to attach a hanger. It should help you.

Yeah what renholder said.

How about a picture of your homemade Bib and wrap prior to mount-up?


09-2003 BPEL:6.0x5.5

11-2004 BPEL:8.25x6.25 . . 9+ by Spring is the goal AIR CLAMP

Now BPEL:8 5/8 x 6 5/8 PE Weights

However am thinking of getting one of these, looks like it could grip well

RUBBER LINED PIPE HANGING CLIPS RING 15MM + BACKPLATE

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Originally Posted by Monty:

One other trick that will give more comfort is to do this: after you have the wrap on and the clamp is installed but before full pressure is applied pull the clamp and your penis to first one side and pull the skin out from under the clamp and wrap. Then pull the clamp to the other side and do the same thing. Now apply full pressure to the clamp and then load up the weights.

What this does is prevent the skin from stretching from the sides. you’ll find it will give you relief from stinging skin stretch.

I learned this the hard way after a year of hanging. I don’t think many people have posted this part of setting up your hanger, but its one of the most important, as far as comfort goes.

Great post Monty.


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