Therm O Web Spray N Bond Quilt Basting Adhesive Spray
Spray N Bond Quilt Basting Adhesive Spray, Sewable - Will Not Gum Up Needles, Temporary Hold, Washes Out Of Fabric, Repositionable
What We Like
- The formula is sewable that prevents the gum up of the needles
- Comes with a temporary hold feature that allows for a longer usage
- Features a repositionable design that makes it easy to use
- The spray can may get clogged shut after a few uses
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 5,573 reviews for 17 products in the Adhesive Sprays category.
We then analyzed 121 reviews for this product. Of these, 86 reviews were recent.
Around 68% of reviews were positive and about 27% were negative.
9.36 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Therm O Web Spray N Bond Quilt Basting Adhesive Spray
I have never done safety pin basting, but this product is a God send because I live in a small New York apartment with not much surface area to work on.
I don't know how long the spray will last, but I assume it will work on the large sizes I have quilted on my home machine.
The spray doesn't get gummed up, so it's great to use it when attaching batting layers before sewing, or holding appliques in place before stitching.
I used it a few times but the nozzle wouldn't open and I had to take the top off to clear it.
This produce was recommended by a Quilting Instructor and she was correct in her opinion. I recommended it to a friend that loves it.
Has anyone tried to use this for sublimation?
I use it for sublimating fabrics, but it doesn't work well with glass or other harder substrates.
Is it possible to use this to hold fabric on an embroidery machine?
I think using it that way would be easy, I have used it for 4 years and have not had a problem with it.
What are the contents of this stuff?
Temporary fabric spray adhesive for applique, quilting, embroidery and tailoring that washes out.
I got some spray on something I didn't want, and it made it look like there was a permanent wet spot.How do I remove it?
You can either use soap and water or try Murphy's Oil Soap.
How many uses do you get out of this if you are using it for quilts?
Depending on how heavy you are on the sprayer, you can get quite a few if you lightly spray to tack down appliques, or you can get quite a few blocks if you are spraying to adhere your batting to your backing.