Creating a permanent bond between fabrics and
It sticks to itself after washing, is nontoxic, and stays flexible
This is a clear, easy-to-apply product that can be used
It is easy to clean with soap and water
If you apply it, it will not string
Questions & Answers
Do you know if this is suitable for side hems of off-white clothing How many white drapes are already on the wall? I didn't see them until after they were hung, which turned out to be quite a deed. ?
Iron on fusion is what I have used so far. A cloth was placed under the drapes to protect the surfaces, and only the curtains were fused. If you are having trouble setting a low setting, take your time and go slow. The best fabric fusion is the light fabric fusion.
What if I place this on the back of a patch, will it dry in such a way that I can sell it and then I can ?
I think of it as more like The iron should not be used. In addition, it doesn't stick to patches in the slightest.
I would like to know whether this glue would hold metal logo hardware to handbags permanently?
So far, I have only tried it with fabric - A fabric or a Having papers adhere to one another. A bit too heavy for a good bond is what I predict with the metal logo hardware If rubber cement is preferable, then it would be a good choice.
If I use this instead of hand sewing the seam on the back of the tie, I should bear in mind that I will need to pull it on when I make and open the ?
I would not recommend buying this because it does not work
Selected User Reviews For Aleene's 23473 Fabric Fusion Permanent Fabric Adhesive ,Clear,4oz
It is too bad that it does not hold what it should
The Girl Scout patches peeled after one gentle wash, despite the fact that I used the instructions and even weighed it down overnight. In spite of drying, the dried adhesive remains firmly stuck to the vest, even through the fabric's back. We are sorry it doesn't hold what it is supposed to hold! If you want to use it for Girl Scout patches, don't waste your money on Amazon, since they don't accept returns.
| Jul 25, 2021
I was able to do exactly what was As I had hoped, this worked perfectly
The seam of a brand new cushion started ripping when I bought it, but nothing major happened. Although it was not too bad at first, I knew, for such a high-pressure area, that it would get bigger and I would end up with a garage sofa sooner or later. A different type of button sewing thread wasn't going to fix the problem, and I didn't want to approach an upholstery project that would only make the situation worse. In order to prevent it from getting worse, I wanted a glue that would fix it and keep it from moving around. It was much easier to use glue than to press it into the seam, although I used it very gently so it would not be evident. I have now used this product for a year, and my hair looks the same as when I applied it. I have not experienced any ripping or splitting. By putting a dab of glue on foil and letting it dry, you can see that it is highly flexible, which is exactly what you want. Epoxy would have started to crack at the edges if it were rigid. Having flexibility will allow it to hold on to stress but still be able to move with it. As a result, I am.
| Apr 21, 2021
It feels great to be a seamstress now! The Aleene's Fabric Fusion is so much easier to work with than the other fabric glues I've tried! The problem is that I cannot even sew a stitch, so I failed home economics My school taught ec sewing, but I didn't own any needles, thread, or anything similar
I mean, really! I consider fabric glue to be a form of "sewing. "
My daughter made me a quilt several years ago which has a very special meaning for me. This is her first quilt, and it contains scenes Among others, there is the Island Stallion, Heidi, Green Eggs and Ham, and others). She has a few old hand-stitched seams that have become "iffy", and I was hesitant to repair them with fabric glues because all the ones I've used previously seemed to dry a bit stiff. My decision was to use Fabric Fusion on this quilt since Aleene's Fabric Fusion claimed that it stayed flexible. THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Thank you Aleene's, I'm now a master seamstress! I had absolutely no problems with the results and did not feel as if barbed wire had been used!.
| Jul 24, 2021
I'm totally in love with this stuff! The air turned blue as I tried using Superglue to adhere fancy stuff to my crocheted dragons
Eventually I used Aleene's Fabric Fusion glue and it worked great. In an experiment, I glued a "navel piercing" on a female's nose The crystal flatback by Swarovski As if there was a dragon in the belly. It was impossible to remove it the next day. Having ornamented to my heart's content, I went ahead and made a little crown. There are fake nails, fake eyelashes, multiple crystals, beads, fancy braids and sparkly yarn on wire glued on well. We love the fact that everything The outcome couldn't be more perfect for me. This stuff looks interesting. I wish I could buy stock in it. The following tips might be helpful to those tempted to take the leap You need to apply a small amount of glue to the surface and then press the doodad into the glue so that it oozes out around the edges of the blob. It then can be dried and form a sort of plastic bezel to hold beads, gems, etc. firmly in place.
| Jun 16, 2021
There is a possibility that I am the problem
I have been unable to get it to work on anything and it falls apart after a short time. My attempts were successful on all of them. It's said it doesn't work on polyester blends, and I think someone mentioned that. The items were made of cotton, however. Well, I tried it on the front of my tennis shoe that lifted on the top (not at a stress point). There might be something wrong with how I'm doing this. The patch stayed on for a while, so I tried putting something heavy on it. Feel free to let me know if I'm doing something stupid if I am missing something.
| Jan 01, 2021
Prior to using fabric glue, I had a lot better glue
I haven't heard any good things about this glue. It leaves stains on my clothes and doesn't adhere anything. The fabric glue I have now is much worse than the fabric glue I had before. The seller almost sent me a the wrong bottle when I ordered the new one,.
| Feb 04, 2021
There isn't a glue for every job
A couple of pants I recently bought needed to be hemmed with this glue. On denim jeans, it worked great, but on thick polyester pants, I was dissatisfied with the results. There is evident dry glue in the fabric and the hem does not seem as soft and flowing as it should. There were some spots where the glue turned out to be unusable. My plan was to avoid sewing the hem by hand, but I ended up sewing it by hand. Despite trying to wash out the glue within the suggested time frame of 48 hours, it didn't come out entirely. This glue shouldn't be used on polyester now that I know. Denim jeans are surprisingly better suited to this technique than other types of fabrics.
| Jun 26, 2021
I gave them both two stars
Michael's is where I bought this from. On grosgrain ribbon, it worked well. During the night, it was dried. I couldn't get it to dry. The picture illustrates this.
| Mar 19, 2021