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Beacon Fabri-Tac Permanent Adhesive, 4-Ounce

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  • Formulated for fast grab, fast dry, and flexibility
  • Great for leather, wood, and lace
  • Contains 4 ounces
  • Made in USA
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 4 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00178MNFO
  • Item model number: FT4D
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #296 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Fabri-Tac is a crystal adhesive. It's formulated for fast grab, fast dry, and flexibility. It won't stain or soak into fabrics. It's great for leather, wood, and lace. May also be used for home decor, bridal, wearable art, and quick repairs. Not recommended for dry cleaning.


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Customer Reviews

It dries flexible, clear and launders well.
Maggie Carter
First time I washed it after having it set for a week, it was like I never used the glue.
Kristin Bowman
For repair patches, it works better than iron-on patches.
Stoney

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Stoney TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 20, 2012
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NO MORE SEWING
Beacon Fabri-Tak does an excellent job of bonding fabrics, without soaking through. For guys, its a Godsend---no more stapling torn pants pockets or hemming pant-legs with duck-tape. I've used Fabri-Tak to hem pants, to apply patches to holes in work-clothes, to apply uniform patches, even to make up straps and belts with webbing and plastic buckles. For repair patches, it works better than iron-on patches. The only real major limit is seams which come under alot of stress, such as pants inseams (i.e., crotches) (including zippers), or children's play clothes.

TACKING
Another use is to make difficult sewing jobs easier. For example, you can "tack" material together for a rough fitting, adjust to a tighter fit, and then sew the seams. Or you can assemble a garment with Fabri-Tac, and then sew it easier (i.e., with simple stitches rather than multiple rows or complicated stitches).

FOR COSTUMES
Although no other reviewers mention it, Fabri-Tac is ideal for assembling costumes which will only be worn a few hours and probably never be washed.

FOR UNIFORM OR DECORATIVE PATCHES
1) Mark the target area. I suggest using a soft pencil (or water soluble felt-tip marker) to mark underneath the edges of the patches (where the marks won't show) For round patches, mark the orientation, i.e., the exact top and/or exact bottom. Do NOT wash the garment immediately after applying patches.
2) Apply a light bead of glue 3/16 to 1/4" from the edge around the circumference, and then thin parallel lines about 3/8" apart across the interior which corresponding to embroidered parts of the patch.
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Maurice Martin on January 18, 2009
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I make purses, and this product is the best and safest I have found. It grabs and holds wherever it is needed.
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77 of 81 people found the following review helpful By doug wyatt on February 14, 2009
I wasn't expecting this stuff to be very effective. I have a pair of jeans I really like that were patched/reinforced (on the inside) with iron-on stuff. After several washings, the patches were coming loose, but the fabri-tac really glued them back down tight. The jeans have been through the wash a couple of times now and the patches are holding-up well. I also have a big cushion for an teak outdoor loveseat. The stitching was rotting and the whole thing was coming apart. It took several days of gluing different sections, but I was able to put it all back together again. The new seams are a bit stiff, but they're very strong. I used very little of the product for these two jobs. I'm impressed.
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Maggie Carter on July 11, 2010
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I have been a "crafter"-"sewer" for over 60 years and this is my favorite item in my sewing basket!!! It dries flexible, clear and launders well. It tack fabric together instantly but will pull apart, to readjust, if needed. MAC
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Angela T on June 16, 2010
This fabric glue is the best I've ever found. I've tried a couple of others and haven't been pleased with the results because they don't stand up to washing and start peeling off far too soon. The fabri-tac does actually seem to be permanent or as permanent as a fabric glue is going to get. I even used it to install zippers on the pockets of several jumper dresses and they are all still holding up after multiple times through the wash. The only thing negative is that it can come out of the bottle in globs and it dries extremely fast so it's very important to be quite speedy and precise when using it so I probably wouldn't recommend it for childrens crafts or similar uses.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tina B. on November 29, 2011
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I wanted to wait until I had a chance to wear/wash this several times before I review it. I had 3 items of clothing that needed a quick hem, and I don't know how to sew. It's probably easy, and I'm probably really dumb for not trying to sew, but there's awesome stuff like Fabri-Tac that means I don't have to learn to sew yet. I had literally had these brand new articles of clothing hanging for months before I thought to try fabric glue, and I decided to go with Fabri-Tac, and I'm glad I did. The application went smoothly, the tip is great, it left very little mess (at first). I set the items aside and waited the recommended 24 hours before washing them and wearing them. Something kind of weird happened at some point after application. The Fabri-Tac became really hard and crunchy, My pants were frozen in a weird, oblong shape. I had to massage and work them until they were even wearable, but afterwards, it wasn't very noticeable to others, although it still felt a little weird to me. This only happened on one of my items, the other two were fine, but it was strange. Also, I had re-sealed the Fabri-Tac using the little red lid that it comes with, but when I returned to the bottle a few hours later, glue had oozed out from under the cap and was making a mess. It actually ruined a little part of a wood dresser. However, I have now washed and worn all of these items several times, and they are holding up great. Maybe my mishaps were user error, I dont know. But I'm wearing clothes I haven't been able to wear in months, so I'm pretty happy.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lee on March 3, 2011
I love this glue. I use it for crafting items, and this is a dream. It requires very little for most tasks to hold extremely well. Also if this glue spills it tends to turn into a solid rubber glob, that can just be rolled off fingers. What has sold me on this product is that it doesn't seep through things like felt when sticking areas together, and then not ruining the outside look of the item I'm making/building. One draw back, I find (but only when the bottle is nearly finished) is that the thick consistency can be hard to squeeze from the bottle, giving you a little cramping in your hand. I recently ran out of this and my local store doesn't carry this brand anymore, so I bought Arlenes Tacky Glue (pen style) and 'Arlenes clear gel tacky glue'. Neither stuck well at all, and both soaked right through the felt to stain the outside of the felt. Go with this product.
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