Anonymous asked: Hi, I saw the tank top binder post on here and was really excited about it and checked out the page. It turns out it only takes Paypal. I have a prepaid credit card thing to buy binders but that's obviously not Paypal. Would anyone here be willing to buy it for me and send it to me (I could pay you through the prepaid credit card thing) Or alternatively does anyone have any advice about this?
followers, you got anything? (too bad you’re on anon b.c the followers who know something outta be able to message you instead of going through here, but oh well)
feminist-scumbag asked: Hello, I am having a problem figuring out why my binder is stretching out so quickly. I have gone through 2 going on 3 in the past 3 months, is this typical? I just found out that you aren't supposed to dry them in the dryer, but my first binder (double compression tank from underworks) rarely was and stretched out so much it was better wearing a sports bra. A friend of mine said it could be too small and I was stretching it out too much and needed a larger one? Does anyone have this problem?
That’s definitely not normal. If you take good care of an underworks binder, it should last 6 months to a year.
Measure yourself carefully before you order a binder.
Take it off as often as possible! This important for your body as well as your binder; don’t wear that thing more than 12 hours a day.
As for washing, wash that thing in COLD WATER. If you’re doing it by hand, cold water. If you’re doing it in a machine, set the machine to cold. If you can run the machine on a delicate cycle, do so. Hang up on a hanger or something to dry.
When I swim, I wear a binder. But after exposing it to chlorine or ocean water, rinse out IMMEDIATELY (like before it dries) and launder it within 24 hours.
If you are washing it properly, that will actually help it last longer, so try to wash it at least once a week if its your only binder.
Anonymous asked: oh.
<3 sorry anon i didn’t mean to be short i woulda let you know personally but you were anon, i just didn’t want you to think we were leaving you hanging.
b/c when binders101 leaves you hanging by never responding to questions because i’m a lazy fuck, i want you to know that THAT is me leaving you hanging, yknow?
that said if you wanna come off anon we can probz chat on my personal tumblr. ^^
hey uh just a reminder that we at binders101 do not answer personal advice questions, just ones specifically about binders. =]
I have bought at lest 3 binders so far & I must say I’m not 100% about the results. I still have a bump look to my chest & it makes me more uncomfortable. More so in the last month or so.
my breasts have gotten bigger D’:
yeah, it has not been fun. so I thought I could asks you all on what binder I should get for next time. I’ve had the T-Kingdom Model 690, Model 1980, & Model 1700
if it helps I’m a 34 DD/E at the last check
any advice will be gratefully welcomed!!
Hey, homie. We here at Binders101 recommend T-Kingdom for folks in the smaller range of chest size, A’s and B’s pretty much is it for that site. Take a peruse through our page for more advice that we give to bigger-chested folks: search “big chest” on our search bar and scroll away.
Good luck and hit us up if you have specific questions you want answered!
Anonymous asked: Hey I don't know if you've reviewed them but there's an ebay seller (WomanHappy) who sells one type of binder and it's a really good binder for cups A-C transman who are on a budget. I recently bought from them and I'm a 40in bust and my binder is really comfortable! So for those who need that, there's that!
write a review! with pictures! and links!! plz plz plz
Anonymous asked: Is it ok to wear a binder over a binder if it flattens more and feels comfortable or is it not safe
Anonymous asked: yo im trying to size myself for a binder but i dont get how to measure my chest? like for lesloveboat or whatever it says to measure snugly w/o pressing down and i cant figure out how to get it "snug" w/o pressing down and im pretty sure im off on sizing
Wrap a tape measure around the widest part of your chest. As for “snug,” make sure that it’s running evenly around your whole body, parallel to the ground, with no lumps or tangles or droops. Dont squeeze super tight but you can press down a little. If you’re really nervous, drop the measuring tape and repeat the measurements a couple times and average your results.
Anonymous asked: i bought a binder from underworks a while back, it's one of the longer ones, but i have a really large chest(like a g cup ew) and i've found that the only way to get my binder to work very well is to sort of fold it over so it's more shaped like a tri top with two layers on top, and i've found i like the way that stays on better, but i wasn't sure if that much compression was safe so i was wondering what you thought?
Yeah, that’s definitely not going to be unsafe. I even know some folks who put a tri-top under their full-length binder.
The more layers of compression you have, the more careful you have to be. Pay close attention to your body, take deep breaths throughout the day and if you feel any kind of pain as you fill your lungs, give yourself a break as soon as possible. Avoid binding for long periods of time, even if that means shedding one layer or unfolding your binder for your lunch break or other times mid-day. When you take off your binder, touch around your ribcage for any tenderness, and lay off if you feel that. Stretch your back, chest, and torso muscles after your binder comes off.
If you have any any any concerns, consult a medical professional, of which I am not one.