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What material is best to do a mummification scene? Saran wrap, duct tape, food wrap, etc... I want to experience this on me and is curious what materials is best.
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Take what I say with a grain of salt because I've never actually attempted this, but I've heard that it's best to do 2 layers. An initial layer of saran wrap and then another one out of duct tape or vetwrap or whatever, which gives the mummification a much "smoother" look to it, and also reinforces it. I think that if you did a criss-cross layer of electrical tape on top of both of those layers you'd have yourself a pretty secure package, but again, please take what I said with a grain of salt. Hope it helps!
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I've been wrapped in a few layers of seran wrap once. Would definitely recommend as it felt very secure.
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Post by ExcessivelyCurious »

My practical experience is limited, but I've seen the 'saran wrap with duct tape on top' technique in a lot of videos. Should also help limit the 'tape on skin' problem.

Vet wrap gives a very interesting appearence. Haven't got to try that myself, but it looks very interesting.

If you want it more secure, could always just add more layers. I've also seen rope over mummification, which feels like overkill frankly but whatever gets you going.
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So if you want to be able to wriggle about just being wrapped up in seran then duct tape is fun. But if you're looking for really rigid restraint then getting wraped to a board is the way to go. A good tip for either one is to wrap the arms up individually first, that makes them stick tight to the side of your body. Then tape their hands flat to their thighs. That adds about 40 minutes to the escape time.
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Saran /pallet wrap as the first layer. Then add tape on top. That should secure you nicely :)
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Post by cellofello »

Svpmissive wrote: 3 weeks ago I've been wrapped in a few layers of seran wrap once. Would definitely recommend as it felt very secure.
You really do want another layer over it, such as tape, at least over the hands. I have found that with just plastic wrap, the trick to escaping is to poke through with a finger, then start tearing. Tape will reinforce the plastic so that the victim can't stretch and tear the plastic by concentrating force with a fingertip.
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Thanks for all the advice
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I personally prefer vet wrap over plastic wrap and tape. The tape isn’t breathable, so it got pretty warm, especially since I’m a struggler. Vet wrap is a little more breathable but still durable. And if your arms and legs are wrapped separately before being mummified, you won’t be getting free any time soon.
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I've also heard that the choice of material, number of layers, etc. should be take into consideration how easily the layers can be cut with scissors, since you always want to have a quick way out in the unlikely event of an emergency. If there's a dom in the room monitoring for safe word gestures, signs of a medical emergency, distress, etc., then it's easier, but self-bondage somewhat less.
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I haven't really gotten a chance to try mummification yet despite it being one of my favorite ties, but I just came here to thank you all for sound advice!
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Post by tapetaratv »

I've found that tape is the best thing for being mummified with clingfilm saran wrap is ok for mummification but I do find it does make me feel hot and sweaty (eww gross) so I would personally stick with tape I found clear packaging tape is surprisingly good for this
But there's no harm in experimenting with different types of tape but do it safely
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