Thermoweb 17-Inch by 5-Yard Heat’n Bond Ultra Hold Iron-On Adhesive

December 30, 2013 - Comment

This adhesive is a paper backed sheet of solid heat activated adhesive. It uses a low temperature and short pressing time so it allows for a wider range of materials that can be bonded. There is no steam or pressing cloth needed. Will not lift or pucker after washing. Its no-sew bond is three times

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This adhesive is a paper backed sheet of solid heat activated adhesive. It uses a low temperature and short pressing time so it allows for a wider range of materials that can be bonded. There is no steam or pressing cloth needed. Will not lift or pucker after washing. Its no-sew bond is three times stronger than any other traditional fusible web. This package contains one 5yd roll of 17in wide adhesive. Made in USA.

Product Features

  • This adhesive is a paper backed sheet of solid heat activated adhesive
  • It uses a low temperature and short pressing time so it allows for a wider range of materials that can be bonded
  • Its no-sew bond is three times stronger than any other traditional fusible web

Comments

Vicki Valent says:

Works great on Girl Scout patches! I was looking for something that would help my daughter’s iron-on Girl Scout patches stay put on her uniform. Another troop mom recommended this to me and it has definitely worked! I had to tweak how I use it – couldn’t follow the instructions exactly because of the nature of the items I was bonding – but so far it’s worked like a charm! No patches have fallen off, even after marching in a parade!

P. Blair "Avery Adair" says:

Really good item but only if you don’t want to sew around edges This is super-quality stuff but it is fairly firm on the fabric when applied. I would recommend this more for items that aren’t going to get a lot of rough use or lots of washing, such as wall-hangings or other decor items, more than on kids’ clothes or bibs, since it is a little hard to sew along the edges of the applique.

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