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Thermoweb Heat'n Bond Ultra Hold Iron-On Adhesive-7/8"X10 Yards
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I first tried this on a piece of scrap fabric to figure out how it works because I was a bit confused by the instructions on the back. After figuring out how it work I used it on my yoga pants and some maternity dresses.
It takes a few minutes for it to cook off. If you tried to mess with it or see if it stick, you would peel it apart. It stuck pretty well until I washed my clothing. After washing and putting it in the dryer some of it actually separated. Kind of disappointing. After about maybe 3 washing and drying it all separated which was kind of annoying. So I stashed it away and stuck to hand sewing to hem my stuff.
I decided to give it a second chance cause I didn't know how to sew satin. I actually peeled off the backing BEFORE ironing first. This way is actually a lot easier because you would iron once instead of twice. Also, I noticed that doing it this way actually made it stick better.
Overall for $3 it's a good buy, but I wouldn't put the garments or whatever this is used on in the dryer.
sort of contact adhesive.) It was pretty easy to stick it to the rug backing, only a few seconds of rubbing with extra
pressure at the edge set it up properly.
After removing the paper backing you then place the cloth edge over it and iron. This was the more difficult part because
the edging was pretty thick and required multiple passes to get it all completely stuck. I ended up overheating some areas
of the edging ( it turned a bit tan ) but since it faces the floor it doesn't matter in my case. Saved $56 ( $28 per rug )
which is what the dry cleaner wanted to reattach it.
I would recommend this for rug repair and possibly drapes, anything that won't get washed /cleaned very often. I would
also recommend working in a well ventilated area since the overheated adhesive ( and you will overheat at least a few
areas ) is a bit smelly.
You also shouldn't "test" the bond until the garment is cool or you'll mess it up. If you see the adhesive "seeping" into the fabric, you're holding the iron on it for too long or the iron is too hot. It's supposed to be a medium heat. You're also supposed to wash the garment before using the Thermoweb. I didn't wash the ribbon and it worked fine -- as long as I allowed the first bond to COOL before peeling the backing off! This product actually works extremely well - as long as you follow directions. I'm planning to spot clean the garment, so I won't find out if the Thermoweb holds up in the washing machine. I suspect it might not.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Concept great- execution so-so.
Read the reviews, followed instructions on the box, followed the recommendations by fellow Amazon reviewers and still it didn't work as well as... Read more
This worked better than I expected, and the instructions were easy to follow. After heating it and pressing it into clothes fabric, I put a patch on top and re-heated the area. Read morePublished 16 days ago by BiancaMonica
I didn't care to much for it. Sorta hard for it to bond to the clothes. Well jeans any way. I used it with the denim iron on patches. To get a better bond on the mend.Published 17 days ago by Jaye-Leigh Hamilton
Tried using as directed on several different items. Wanted mainly for jean patches and couldn't get it to work. Softer materials worked but don't need very often.Published 1 month ago by Lin
Every household should have some Heat'n Bond but it sometimes loses its hold and I can't quite figure out the perfect method for making it go the distance.Published 1 month ago by GA_PEACH
Had trouble. Didn't bond very well for me so I had to use glue. Gave 3 stars because it may have been me doing something wrong and I don't think the fabric I was using worked... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mmatzdorff
This iron on tape works great! Sooo much easier than having to sew a hem....and less time consuming. Holds up great through washes too.Published 1 month ago by Chrissy Gee
Awsome product, it sacred me hundreds of dollars in repairs to my SoffaPublished 2 months ago by Timothy Holloman