Dritz 674 Fray Check Liquid Seam Sealant, 0.75-Ounce

December 10, 2013 - Comment

Fray Check a liquid seam sealant that prevents fabric from fraying and secures the ends. Withstands repeated laundering and dry cleaning. This package contains 0.75-ounce bottle. Instructions are fray check will not discolor or stain most fabrics. Always test on an inconspicuous seam to be sure. Place a piece of cardboard between area being treated

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Fray Check a liquid seam sealant that prevents fabric from fraying and secures the ends. Withstands repeated laundering and dry cleaning. This package contains 0.75-ounce bottle. Instructions are fray check will not discolor or stain most fabrics. Always test on an inconspicuous seam to be sure. Place a piece of cardboard between area being treated and other fabric layers. Unscrew blue cap and puncture tip with fine pin. Gently squeeze bottle and apply very small amount of fray check. Allow to dry for 15-30 minutes. Always keep cap on fray check bottle when not in use. Hint-to remove unwanted spots of fray check treat with rubbing alcohol. Test in an inconspicuous area to be sure there is no color change or ring formation. Caution flammable contains normal propanol alcohol. Do not use near heat or flame. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of eye contact flush thoroughly with water. If irritation persists get medical attention. Keep out of reach of children.

Product Features

  • Fray check liquid seam sealant
  • Prevents fabric from fraying and secures thread ends
  • Washable and dry cleanable
  • Unscrew blue cap and puncture tip with fine pin
  • This package contains 0.75-ounce bottle

Comments

KT "Wild Honu" says:

Sewing Kit Must-Have This was always in my mom’s sewing kit and now it’s in mine. It’s perfect for stopping threads from raveling on clothes, ribbons, etc. A miniscule amount goes a long way, otherwise you’ll end up with a rough ball where it was applied.

J King says:

Almost Invisible. I really like this product. I ordered it for a raw-edge art quilt I am making. I’ve tried fabric glue, and it left a dark stain or turned white. But Fray Check does a very good job and only shows a slight bit (looks a tiny bit like a water mark). On print fabrics, it’s hardly noticeable. It does stiffen the fabric just slightly. Not like glue. I use it pretty generously, so it doesn’t last long for me. (I used a 3/4 oz bottle for a small wall hanging). I have a feeling I’ll use this product on a regular basis.

Proud mommy says:

Works for me I make rag dolls and need to sew fabric hair to the heads and this product works great. I use dark fabrics, mostly flannel and it does not stain or anything.m I would def recommend this product.

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