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Beacon Fabri-Tac Permanent Adhesive, 4-Ounce
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- Great for leather, wood and lace
- Contains 4 ounces
- Made in USA
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|Item Dimensions||1.97 x 6.3 x 1.57 in||2 x 2 x 7.88 in||1.69 x 1.69 x 5.81 in||1.69 x 1.69 x 5.81 in||3 x 1.5 x 6.75 in||1.05 x 2.85 x 7.71 in|
|Item Weight||4.73 ounces||0.57 lb||5.44 ounces||0.32 ounces||1 lb||1.8 ounces|
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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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Fabri-Tac is very messy to work with, but it does the job. On a recent camping trip, we treated the bug netting with due care, but we were able to attach and detach the bug netting as needed. I'm ordering more for the bug netting on several other windows and a bug curtain that hangs in a doorway. I stapled the "hook" side of the Velcro to the window frame after the glue dried, but I don't expect to need to reinforce the "loop" side by sewing it to the fabric.
This product is like a hybrid of rubber cement and airplane glue. Put a sheet of plastic on your work space, and open a window to get rid of the fumes. When each piece of your work has set up for a few minutes, pick it up from the plastic sheeting so it doesn't become attached. Be prepared to get glue on your fingers. You can choose between peeling it off after it's dry, or sort of getting rid of it with nail polish remover. If using a light fabric like bug netting, you may see dried glue through the fabric.
I wouldn't be willing to spend 30 years using this product in a job as a glue application technician in a bug netting factory, but it's worth the minor complaints for this small job. It's doing the job very well.
It saved me $50.00 worth of great socks and it washes well too. I love this stuff and you get plenty of it as well.
Apply glue to cloth and press object for a couple of minutes making sure edges get glued and once adhered let dry for a few days before washing.
Also the red cap unscrews and is used to reseal container, I think some have accidentally cut this part making it without a way to recap the bottle
It applies clear and looks clear until it's fully cured, and the evaporating solvents form many tiny bubbles in the adhesive itself, that makes it appear white/cloudy. If you are applying it to where it will be visible on the fabric, it will look terrible, but as long as the glue is not visible, it looks the same as any normal seam