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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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Fray check a liquid seam sealant that prevents fabric from fraying and secures the ends. Withstands repeated laundering and dry cleaning. This package contains 0.75-ounce 2 bottle per pack. Instructions are fray check will not discolor or stain most fabrics. Always test on an inconspicuous seam to be sure. Place a piece of cardboard between area being treated and other fabric layers. Unscrew blue cap and puncture tip with fine pin. Gently squeeze bottle and apply very small amount of fray check. Allow to dry for 15-30 minutes. Always keep cap on fray check bottle when not in use. Hint-to remove unwanted spots of fray check treat with rubbing alcohol. Test in an inconspicuous area to be sure there is no color change or ring formation. Caution flammable contains normal propanol alcohol. Do not use near heat or flame. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of eye contact flush thoroughly with water. If irritation persists get medical attention. Keep out of reach of children.
Top Customer Reviews
Fray Check is also great for those seams in your clothing or other items that seem to easily fray. I even used it when I made cloth shades for our kitchen: instead of hemming the sides of the shades, I used Fray Check so the shades won't be so bulky on the edges. Perfect!
This may be user error - I had a terrible time pushing a pin through one bottle tip. I totally mutilated it, and still didn't get anything out of the bottle. For the second bottle, I took the tip off and punctured it from the inside. Much better! I'll just swap the tops when one bottle runs out.