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Beacon Adhesives Felt Glue, 4-Ounce
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- Great for all felt projects
- Non-toxic, dries clear and cleans up easily with water
- Bonds felt, chenille stems trims, pom-poms and more without soak-through
- Made In USA
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Style Name: white | Size: 4 oz.
Top Customer Reviews
Oh and a little side note, this glue still had a fairly strong odor for about a day after I used it. Eventually it does go away, but it should probably only be used in a well-ventilated area unless you happen to enjoy the chemical smell of adhesives.
In case anyone was wondering what kind of felt I used this with, I work mostly with recycled poly felt. It (poly felt) works great with hot glue as the heat basically melts the pieces together. This glue seems to just be regular craft glue that somebody decided to label as specifically for felt. It may work with other types of felt, but on poly felt, it's basically useless.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this for some crafts I wanted to do for my son's birthday party. This didn't work AT ALL. I wasn't able to glue felt no matter how much I used. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Preeti Lal
This felt glue is great! You do not however have to cut the tip as the directions say to do. The glue is very smooth and you only need a small amount to make your felt stick.Published 13 days ago by JVR
Felt is tough to glue in general, but normal white glue does the same as thisPublished 17 days ago by Stefan S
It was too thick to flow through the tube (after cutting 1/2" off tip) but I removed the screw-on top and was able to pour it on the felt and spread it with a plastic knife. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzanne C. Benning
Very happy with product. Used for anatomy project and it held the felt in place very well, let the pieces sit overnight before trying to manipulate. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brian D Faust