Clingfilming is a favourite activity for many people. It's inexpensive and all the materials you need are readily available. The time it takes can vary from about 15 minutes to as long as you like. Allow yourself a reasonable amount of floor space to work in.
You will need:
A roll of clingfilm
Safety scissors (as a safety measure, but should never be required)
glass of water
The clingfilmee should be naked and stand upright, with their arms up. Long hair should be tied up out of the way. The clingfilmer takes the roll of clingfilm and begins to roll it around the torso of the clingfilmee. You want to be able to place the clingfilm against the body and unroll it, with the leading edge facing away from the body, rather than towards it. The reason for this is that if you do it the wrong way, you end up with the roll of clingfilm getting tangled up on the already clingfilmed torso. By unrolling it away from the body, it's a lot easier.
Wrap the film around the torso about three times, pulling it quite tight. Get the clingfilmee to put their arms down and, starting from the shoulders, go around another three times. You want to make sure that its nice and tight, and work downwards, smoothing as you go. Alternatively you can clingfilm each limb, then wrap as above. Work your way down to the knees and tear the film off at this point. Help the clingfilmee down onto their knees, and then onto their back. They will not be able to help much in this manoeuvre so be sure to support them firmly. Cross their legs at the ankles, placing cottonwool between the joints, and carry on clingfilming, all the way down to the ankles.
It is not recommended that you cover the head and face with clingfilm because of the dangers of suffocation and overheating. If you want the head covered it would be more ideal to use a BDSM hood. However if you do decide to proceed this way with the clingfilm make sure that the mouth and nose are exposed and free to the air.
Using a blindfold to deprive the clingfilmee of vision heightens the sense of hearing and the reception of touch. If working in a group, many hands touching the blindfolded body can get the sub's mind racing.
Light or heavy pressure
Try stoking the body in a gentle relaxing way at first. Stroking the exposed skin on the neck or face, then stroking the wrapped skin demonstrates the difference in sensations. The body can be rolled over so they are face down and the arse spanked or beaten.
Keep a close watch on body temperature and make sure they don't get too hot.
With a great deal of care you can cut away the clingfilm from the breast, nipples, buttock cheeks and genital areas. In the free air the sub will experience the difference in temperatures and these areas will feel, and be, more vulnerable than the rest of the body. This will heighten sensations in these areas. It also leaves these areas open for beatings and torture whilst the sub is unable to move.
Try taking an ice cube, slipping it under the film against their skin, and pushing it around. Do this after a few minutes in the film, as the body temperature should have increased and it has more of an effect that way.
Carefully cut a hole in the film and use the straw to blow a bubble of air between film and skin. Patch over the hole with gaffer tape. You can then chase the air bubble around the body.
Wrap gaffer tape around the body making it impossible for them to even try to loosen the film. Avoid using gaffer tape directly on the exposed area of skin as it is very painful to remove.
When it is time for release you can let the clingfilmee wriggle their hands free so they can puncture the film and release themselves, much like emerging from a cocoon. If you have used gaffer tape you will need to cut through that first. The clingfilm loosens naturally because of body sweat or water from the ice cubes but if the clingfilmee has trouble freeing themselves from the wrap help them by cutting through and releasing their arms.
Provide lots of post clingfilming comfort. Some people get very relaxed and sleepy so bear this in mind if you're planning a number of activities. They may also feel dehydrated, so have water on hand for them to drink.
An alternative to clingfilm is shrink-wrap. This is applied in a similar way but will tighten around the body when heated with a hair-dryer. Be careful not to use too hot a setting or hold the dryer too close as you do not wish to cause heat burns or have the wrap melt onto the skin.
Have "safety scissors" on hand in case you must quickly cut the sub out; note that this is not a quick operation. [Safety scissors, which have one blunt end, are also known as surgical scissors, and can be obtained at surgical supply stores.]
Leave both nasal *and* mouth passages open to assure no breathing problems. Since the sub can't move, check often to be sure he or she does not begin to choke.
Check throughout that the sub is not experiencing tingling due to circulation cut-off
Be sure the sub has urinated if the scene is to be a long one.
Put some cottonwool between the sub's knees and ankles if they touch when his legs are together. Otherwise the tight bindings will eventually cause unwanted discomfort.
For longer scenes, offer water periodically to prevent dehydration due to excessive sweating. Have towels ready for when you unwrap the clingfilmee.
If they begins to panic, especially when in a head mask, offer comfort and reassurance, as you quickly uncover the eyes and remove the mask. Having them count slowly from 10 to 1 out aloud may restore calmer breathing.