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iCraft Pixie Spray Stencil Adhesive, Repositionable, Low Tack

Icraft Pixie Spray Stencil Adhesive, A Sticky Residue

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What We Like

  • The formula does not leave a sticky residue behind that prevents the surface from damaging
  • The formula hardens quickly that offers a long time
  • The formula is easy to use that allows to use it on any surface


  • The nozzle does not work properly

Results of our analysis:

We analyzed 5,573 reviews for 17 products in the Adhesive Sprays category.

We then analyzed 59 reviews for this product. Of these, 39 reviews were recent.

Around 71% of reviews were positive and about 22% were negative.

Final Score:

9.62 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Adhesion
  • Easy to use
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Packaging
  • Portion size
  • Quality of material
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about iCraft Pixie Spray Stencil Adhesive, Repositionable, Low Tack

    I didn't know if I needed this spray, but I bought it anyways and liked it so much I wanted to use it again.

    I used soap, water, and an alcohol based sanitizer but they didn't clean the stencil properly and the sticky mess left on it made it hard to remove.

    The product is great, but I would suggest using soap and water to clean the stencil.

    It's what I needed and it's fast shipping as well.

    It is easy to remove when I finish, but it does adhere to my stencil well.

    Common Questions


    Is it possible to use this with stenciled tea towels?


    I have only used this with paper, so I don't know, but I think it would work on fabric.


    How many projects can this cover?


    I can't give you an idea of how many projects you have because of the size of your projects.


    Is it okay for this to be used on a stained wood project?


    You apply a light spray onto the stencil, then let it dry for a minute. Then you press the stencil to the project you're working on.


    Is it possible to use this to adhere a vinyl stencil to a slightly even surface?


    I am not sure but if you adhere to something that isn't smooth you run the risk of the paint going underneath and not getting a clean line.


    How long will this stay on the canvas?


    If you remove it, the sticky will stay on the stencil, which is good for several applications.

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