What is latex?
Latex is a milky-looking emulsion and hollow texture, which originates in a lymph from the gum trees.
Once collected the Materia Prima can be converted to dry rubber and then stored and used over time for the production especially of car tires, shoes soles, rugs etc.
Or be kept in the liquid state by adding ammonia and in this case (commonly called Lattice) must enter into the production cycle in a short time, mature ripening.
Latex is used for diving products (eg gloves and condoms).