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Dritz 395 Liquid Stitch Permanent Adhesive, 2-Ounce
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- This liquid stitch is non-toxic permanent adhesive
- Use for hems, appliques, patches, zippers and more
- It is machine and dry washable
- Always test on a scrap of your fabric for satisfactory results, pre-wash fabrics before using
- The package contain 2-ounce adhesive bottle
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This liquid stitch is non-toxic permanent adhesive. Use for hems, appliques, patches, zippers and more. It is machine and dry washable. Instructions are always test on a scrap of your fabric for satisfactory results. Pre-wash fabrics before using. 1.Unscrew cap and lightly squeeze tube from bottom to apply adhesive. Apply adhesive to wrong side of fabric or applique. Smooth with fingertip or cotton swab for even distribution. Position fabric or applique and gently finger press in place. Allow to dry for 30 minutes. Do not iron until dry and do not wash for 24 hours. Adhesive is water-soluble until dry. The package contain 2-ounce adhesive bottle.
Top Customer Reviews
It's white, like Elmer's, and it dries perfectly clear (give it the full 24 hours if possible) IF you apply it thinly and evenly (a big glob would never be clear because the interior of the glob would never get air enough to cure it). NOTE: Elmer's won't hold up in the wash!
Other fabric glues may SAY that they dry clear but actually turn a hideous brown with a little time. This does stay clear.
If I am going to use it to apply something like rick rack or an applique I use a quality flat watercolor brush to evenly apply it to the underside. And since it does cure so slowly it is no problem having enough time to clean the brushes and the bottle's top with warm soapy water (no different than if you were painting with acrylics).
Also store the bottle of Liquid Stitch upright with the tip tightly closed OR alternatively you could place a little clear plastic to the top of the bottle before you screw the clean tip back on.
SUGGESTION TO THE PEOPLE WHO BOTTLE THE LIQUID STITCH: Why Don't You Have A Temporary Seal (Like They Have On Catsup Or Mustard) on A New Bottle! I had to struggle clearing the solidly clogged glue in the top and tip - so much that I nearly tossed it!
NOTE: it is a bit toxic so wash your hands well and even then be careful not to rub your eyes. As I learned the hard way.
What a fun and useful tool to add to my sewing supplies!
SHE ALSO USED THE STITCH WITCHERY CLOTH.YOU IRON WITH THE 'WITCHERY' AND IT DOES STAY ATTACHED WITH WASHINGS.
BOTH WORK GREAT.
TO BE TRUTHFUL, I USE THIS FOR QUICK CRAFTING.