Picture of Ace Brand wrap in package...this is what I use...now you know what to get!

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Had a few guys ask me for a picture of this stuff in the package to eliminate buyer anxiety/confusion. Here it is!
 

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Hey SWM, I posted a few weeks ago that "Vet Wrap " is very good also. It can be used over and over and over. It is available in all colors and is very elastic and can be pulled tight or loose. It is also cheap! You can get it at most feeds stores or horse places. It is used to wrap a leg or knee. Imagine, green, bright red, yellow if you want, and even hot pink! GS
 

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So it is the self adhesive ACE bandage. Here's something worth noting on that. The cheaper brands that they sell right next to this on in the store are not as good, so be sure to buy the ACE brand.

I am not affiliated with the ACE brand in any way.. Just that the alternatives brands are thinner and don't work as well.
 
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Yep MDC is right on the money with his reply! The off brands are thinner, less self adhesive, and much less durable....they may save you a buck or two up front...but, you will spend more money long term because of having to buy wrap more frequently.
 

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Have you tried the Johnson and Johnson brand? I can get that here, not ace... :(

Also, what kind of manual stretch grip does the wrap provide? I think it would be better and easier to get a grip on a thicker object (a wrapped shaft) provided the wrap doesn't slip at all.

Still, what do you think?

How 'bout giving the old prick a tug or two after you wrap to see how it works manually for us non-hangers?
 

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RB,
The ACE bandage does not work well for manual gripping. You're much better off using talcum powder.

I have used the self adhesive bandage in the past for hanging . It worked well for me other than irritating my skin.
 

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I find golf gloves provide the best grip, with a section of white or brown paper towel second, and baby or talcum powder to messy for a stealth stretcher like myself :)

I was hoping the wrap would provide a good hold, so I could build up the thickness and apply more force with my hand squeeze. Oh well...
 

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Don't let me discourage you from trying it. It's only a couple of bucks. If it doesn't work for your Penis Enlargement, you could always keep it around in case you need it for it's intended use.

I thought you said once that dried vaginal lubrication worked best? ;)
 

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Yeah, it works well... Trouble is it's never around when you really need it :)
 
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stillwantmore always good info and pictures never hurt as well

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