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Aleene's 32137 Fabric Fusion Permanent Fabric Adhesive, 2-Ounce
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- When adhering fabric to fabric, brush on a thin layer without saturating the fabric, then lightly press together
- Washable after 48 hours, turning inside out, washing on a gentle cycle and dry in low temp dryer
- Available in 2 oz. bottle
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While other fabric glues tend to stiffen after washing, Fabric Fusion remains flexible, so your fabrics move with you, not against you.
Fabric Fusion is formulated to permanently adhere a wide variety of fabrics, including cotton, flannel, leather, and jersey, and embellishments for fabric, such as trims, sequins and beads.
Fabric Fusion features a clear, low odor and non-stringing formula, making it easy to work with and easy to wear.
Tips for Using Fabric Fusion
Use Fabric Fusion sparingly – too much adhesive will slow the drying process and over-saturate the fabric, which weakens the adhesion.
Aleene's Fabric Fusion Permanent Fabric Adhesive offers fabric crafters and fashion artists an easy alternative to a needle and thread! This clear, water-based adhesive is nontoxic and machine washable, creating a permanent, flexible bond between fabrics and other embellishments, wash after wash. From clothing to crafting, trust your fabric projects with Aleene's Fabric Fusion Permanent Fabric Adhesive.
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Bc I'm not a maser seamstress, & a basic hemming can take me FOR-EV-ER, by hand, so I thought I'd try a hemming glue.
This crap works to seal the fabrics together, but it made dime sized spots A/O the damn bottom hem. They look like shiny burns or plastic discs, a/o the bottom. I've tried rubbing them out with water, didn't work. The tried Witch Hazel, to no avail. Then Rubbing Alcohol, & NOTHIN'!
This ruined a brand new dress, with the tags still attached!
Maybe it would work for a 3yo's macaroni pictures, but it ruins clothing!!!