What are aleene’s 23473 fabric fusion permanent fabric adhesive features?
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- Permanent bond between fabrics and other embellishments
- Nontoxic, machine washable and stays flexible after washing
- Applies and dries clear, works on a variety of fabrics
- Easy soap and water cleanup before it dries
- Won’t string when you apply it
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Would this product work on the side hems of off-white drapes already hanging? Didn’t notice until after they were hung, which was a major undertaking.
Would this glue work as a permanent bond for adhering metal logo hardware to handbags?
Can i use this instead of hand sewing the seam on the back of a tie, remembering it will be pulled on when making and opening the tie’s knot.
Can this be used to attach iron on patches to a denim jacket? The adhesive on the patches them selves does not work as hoped, and i need a better glue
Does it let marks?
Would this product glue stroller seatbelt straps?
Can i use this for red stain ribbon? Or will is bleed through permanently?
I need to hem my scrub pants. Would this or the hem tape work? Which do you recommend?
Does this dry clear, i want to mend one of my white shirts that ripped?
Currently i’ve torn the fabric sequined layer off my ugh ugg boots and want to glue or add a different fabric to them…will this work?
Can i sew through this glue?
Will this work on the part of my wheelchair backrest that has come unsewn?
I have a lift chair that is worn on the arms and seat. I want to place a fabric over both the arms and seat. Will this work?
I will be making lace runners for wedding tables. Can i lightly brush the glue on the cut edges of the lace to prevent raveling?
Can this product glue fabric into metal purse frames?
Would this work for patches on hat?
Does this product stay soft and pliable
Would this work on stretchy fabrics?
Would this work for gluing a embroidered patch to felt
aleene’s, a duncan enterprises company
I want to glue an old tshirt design i cut out to a plain shirt would this work and be washable
What are our customers saying?
What i mean by dries uneven is you have to have something keeping the item completely flat the entire time it dries or it gets that wave type of thing going and the fabric it’s difficult to even iron flat later this having been used on men’s suits type fabric. It might work better with a less pliable fabric light denim
Since i’m not an expert at sewing i used this to put on my husbands work patches on his shirts . So far a month later and several washes they have not fallen off.
Fabric glue is surprisingly very durable
It worked good
I needed to glue a hem, worked great
It was pretty good, dried clean, not discolored
This seems like cheating, but once you get over that, it’s incredibly useful for joining fabric. I found that you don’t even need to sew seams together (but you can if you want). This was used for large curtains where the seams were made by ironing the fabric and then joining them with the adhesive. On the first set of curtains i also sewed the fabric after the adhesive had dried. This saved pining the fabric and then pulling the pins out as you sew. On the second set of curtains i just used this adhesive and didn’t bother sewing and am impressed by how well it holds together.
Product received on time and works as advertised.
I’ve never used fabric glue before but i bought this so i could fix the seats in my truck and let me tell you… I love it it dried quick, it was thick so it didn’t run down, and it washed off my skin without a problem. Idk if there’s better brands than this one but i now have a brand that i will continue to buy in the future if i need fabric glue.
Used to glue waist band on underwear, dried, but was stif
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Worked exactly for what i needed it for! It was easy to use and dried in an adequate amount of time
Used it to re-attach a hatband.
Sure it will be handy for other quick repairs and projects.
Should have had this in the house anyway.
Beats white glue for durability and is supposed to be waterproof.
Worked great used to glue a denim patch onto pocket of denim jeans , held up to a wash & dry !
Inexpensive free shipping …
Not quite as good as crafters pick for adhesion
I tryed to use it but it wouldn’t whole it together so i could not use it
Used it to repair piping on seat cushion, where it had torn away. Did the job. Dries clear, and reduces in volume as it dries. Seems to be water based. Did not observe any color run. Applicator tip adequate for my needs.
I made a quilt for my daughter and because she loves it so much 2 plastic pieces, in the literal middle of the top of the quilt, were coming off. I researched what i could use to attach the plastic piece back to the fabric square without it ruining the entire quilt and something that would actually stick. Well i finally decided on this and it worked. This was used to attach 2 small plastic pieces about the sizes of nickels to fabric. I was extremely worried that it would bleed through to the back of the quilt…but it didn’t. I assume this is b/c the batting was in the middle of the top and bottom pieces but still, i’m calling it a win. The glue was a little runnier than i expected, not quite as thick as elmers school glue. And the adhesive did dry clear but noticeable if you look closely where some of it oozed out. Overall i am thrilled! Fingers crossed it’ll hold when i wash the quilt in a week or so.
I bought this to repair some cellular blind. I cut too much of the snout but this did stick well. It will take several hours to fully stick ( roughly 2-4 hours depending on how thick). Hints for fixing blinds, cut the snout small, put the adhesive as little as possible, run your hands if you have to. Then attempt to fold the separated area close for 30 seconds, then pull the blind half way. Leave it half way for several hours. Do not use a clip to force the separated area closed, this unfortunately lead to several folds been glued together for good. Also note, don’t use too much, as this will show on the blind as big wet blotches from where the glue sat.