Dritz 1674 Fray Check Liquid Seam Sealant, 0.75-Ounce, 2-Pack
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- Fray check liquid seam sealant
- Prevents fabric from fraying and secures thread ends
- Washable and dry cleanable
- Unscrew blue cap and puncture tip with fine pin
- This package contains 0.75-ounce 2 bottle per pack
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It works pretty well. I had a couple of cotton T-shirts with snags in them, so it keeps the snag from unraveling. It's also good for any hand-sewing you might be doing.Published 2 days ago by J. Bauza
I do inkle loom weaving, and find this great to keep the ends from fraying when I cut the inkle straps off the loom. I used the straps as ties for some seat pads I recently sewed.Published 8 days ago by J. Daniels
Works well at what it does: stopping fraying.
The only downside is that it changes the color of some fabrics, leaving them looking like there is a stain. Read more
I've gone through a few different seam sealers and this is the only one that doesn't leave a residue on the stitches.Published 12 days ago by Joan Smith
Totally in LOVE with this! I'm making my wedding dress so everything HAS to be perfect. All the other reviews of other fabric "stays" kept coming back as drying "off... Read morePublished 26 days ago by England
I had an old backpack that has sentimental value to me but the canvas type material kept unraveling and it would get caught up in the zipper. Read morePublished 1 month ago by GSW
these have sen a favored item for years with the best results to catch any frays or to strengthen an 'iffy' spot on clothing - all it takes is a droplet and the area fuses nicelyPublished 2 months ago by Amazonian Maven