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static cling lingerie looks like wet garments

hydrophobic polymer with PVDF coating is static cling central, make shiny, consider polymer linked to multibranched polyethylene glycols thus its like a wackywallwalker on skin
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I urge you all to watch the youtube video

Urging...Urging...Urged!

The effect is just like that only the water is optional. actually I think I prefer actual nude women wading around happily at pools yet this idea permits the look anywhere even at the office

static cling comes from static. PVDF is a piezoelectric polymer that makes static electricity with motion Thus it seems like siliconized microthread nylon with PVDF threads would look like clingy oil soaked cloth

Further to make this obviously different from vinyl it clings all around the breasts rather than stretching across. It does this with a layer of multibranched polyethylene glycol on the body side fabric surface thus actually clings to the breasts much like a wacky wall walker might

The general effect is very sexy, possibly sexier than existing lingerie

It might be possible to make ornaments that actually use a battery to generate static cling from a battery then use a conductive polymer fabric that is hydrophobic (keeps static) to create the look as well

beanangel, Nov 24 2011

watery garment look just right at the office http://www.youtube....&feature=plpp_video
I can imagine her comfortably typing underwater at a laptop being competent as well as visually generous at the same time [beanangel, Nov 24 2011]

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       Why women?
pocmloc, Nov 24 2011
  

       //Why women?// You're kidding, right? [+][+]
Grogster, Nov 24 2011
  

       Can somebody make a 'typing pool' joke and get it out of the way?
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 24 2011
  

       When they put the electric typewriters in the typing pool the copy editors noticed a lot more double ds.
rcarty, Nov 24 2011
  

       In a way i admire your brazenness, [beanangel], and yes, i wonder if it's possible. I think it might short electronics out though, wouldn't it?
nineteenthly, Nov 24 2011
  

       Three words:   

       Seven   

       Of   

       Nine.   

       We consider this Baked.
8th of 7, Nov 24 2011
  

       The technology described is unnecessary. Static cling is a common nuisance occurance. Clothes dryers impart this effect to most fabrics. Indeed a small device could probably be created that imparts a static charge on most fabrics.
rcarty, Nov 24 2011
  

       Latex body paint.
jmvw, Nov 24 2011
  

       OK, so I watched the video, for science.
tatterdemalion, Nov 24 2011
  

       please link to any fit blokes in garments that look a bit wet and sticky... would be nice...   

       I think [bean] is attracted to all those smiles! poor model is probably paid a pittance...
po, Nov 24 2011
  

       I think [po] has found me out I often think about living underwater among pleasant beautiful women although it is possible the video is also sexy mostly it reminds me of a comfortable way of living. The suggestion of wet cling garments at the office is actually a kind of nostalgia about the extreme mildness of being an office worker combined with the practicality of being an underwater nude
beanangel, Dec 05 2011
  
      
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