Skin Staples Component

Skin Staples Component Description

While Play Piercing is a lot of fun, sometimes you’re just looking for something simpler. Skin staples fit the bill nicely. They are simple to use, versatile and easy to remove when you’re done.

Skin staples are the point and click of the medical play world. Their ease of use and simple learning curve make them ideal for a number of situations. They’re great when you don’t want to carry around boxes of needles and a sharps bin. They’re fantastic for attaching things to your bottom. Of course, they can also add a nice, decorative touch to a play piercing project.

While they are quite simple to use, you do need the appropriate tools. A skin stapler remover is essential if you ever want to get the staples out. Again, it’s really easy to use, but it always helps to be shown how things work.

Don’t forget that whenever skin is broken, the proper medical aseptic technique must be observed – skin staples are no different in that regard.

Available in various ‘shot’ capacities – the number of staples each unit contains – skin staples are a great addition to any medical toy bag.

Skin Staplers Component Length:

This component takes 45 minutes, including demonstration and question time.

This component is available as part of the Medical Play Intensive.

Some components may not be available in all areas, due to legal restrictions. If you are unsure about the legal restrictions in your area, please ask.

Skin Staplers Component Details:

This class is best suited to groups of 10 – 25 people.

The workshop generally involves demonstrations on live models. This means that there will be small amounts of blood. All biohazardous material is disposed of in a way that complies with local regulations.

The Skin Staples Component is presented in gender-neutral terms, in recognition that not all people conform to a gender binary. This class is a safe space for LGBTQA people, attendees are expected to respect that.

The Skin Staples Component has an optional PowerPoint presentation, to help visual learners. A screen and projector are required for this option.