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Odif Usa 505 Spray and Fix Temporary Fabric Adhesive, 10.93 oz.
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- Temporary, repositionable, fabric adhesive used to temporarily bond fabric
- Odorless, colorless, no mist, does not gum sewing needles
- Use for machine applique, quilting and basting
- Excellent for holding fabric to stabilizers in machine embroidery and hemming
- Acid free – no CFC’s
- Great for sewing, applique, quilting, and crafting.
- Includes one 10.93 fluid-ounce aerosol can
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Spray and fix fabric adhesive 505 is a temporary fabric adhesive designed for quilt basting, applique, sewing, embroidery and crafts. Eliminates pinning and allows repeated repositioning. Odorless colorless and acid-free. Bottle contains 10.93-fluid-ounce. Made in France.
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This works nicely at holding my stabilizer to my fabric for embroidery. Sometimes, though, I find that what I want to embroider on has a lot of sizing in it from the manufacturer. When that happens, I need to first wash the fabric or garment, iron it and then I can use it, otherwise the sizing does not stick too well.
As is to be expected, it does have an oder, but it is slight. Just make sure you use it in a well ventilated area as you don't want to be inhaling an adhesive type product. You only need a very light spray as it is very adhesive and seems to last a long time. I've never left it on for days on end, but I've heard that you can do that and it will still hold.
I've only used it a few times in lieu of pinning something that I am sewing basically because it is so expensive for my tight budget that I would rather pin my sewing and save it for the embroidery stabilizer where I would not want to be pinning. I have always pinned, so it really is no big deal for me. Plus, I am not doing large quilts where the time savings in using this versus pinning would be significant.
I find that it rinses out just fine and does not leave a gummy residue nor have I had any problems with it gumming up my needle. BUT, you should only use a very fine spray. If you should have gumming issues, it is because you are spraying too much product on it.
Much faster to use than pinning or basting. Holds the stabilizer in place for embroidery. You can reposition as needed.
EXPENSIVE. When I purchased this on Sept 8th, it was 12.4 ounces for $19.88. It is now 10.93 ounces for $20.35.
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You should spray this very lightly for 2 reasons:
1. It's really bad for your lungs. I setup 2 portable fans circulating the air and use a face mask. Best yet, use it outside where you get the best air. Regardless, open your windows.
2. You don't need much. Using more doesn't make it work better. It's so tacky that a light spray from above works best.
Tip: I lay my quilt sandwich [backing, batting, quilt top] on the floor, then use a long handled paint roller to flatten after misting with 505. Start in the middle rolling towards one end, then mist the other half. You need a helper, but will have a perfectly basted quilt without wrinkles/creases.