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Hello, I agree with Daniela in the main but where possible I use the spray and sew immediately which of course saves time tacking but if you intend to 'glue and go' I think you will need to tack after spraying, roll up your fabric carefully & I pop it into a plastic bag which keeps it 'tacky' for a little longer. I am … see more Hello, I agree with Daniela in the main but where possible I use the spray and sew immediately which of course saves time tacking but if you intend to 'glue and go' I think you will need to tack after spraying, roll up your fabric carefully & I pop it into a plastic bag which keeps it 'tacky' for a little longer. I am very much a do today girl though as I save a lot of time that way & I hate faffing around with pins and tacking, I just want to get on & make a beautiful quilt......quickly. The spray is great for that. see less Hello, I agree with Daniela in the main but where possible I use the spray and sew immediately which of course saves time tacking but if you intend to 'glue and go' I think you will need to tack after spraying, roll up your fabric carefully & I pop it into a plastic bag which keeps it 'tacky' for a little longer. I am very much a do today girl though as I save a lot of time that way & I hate faffing around with pins and tacking, I just want to get on & make a beautiful quilt......quickly. The spray is great for that.
By Carrie on 04 July 2014
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Quite gentle in my humble opinion :-)
By Daniela on 31 May 2014
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yes it will, it holds my quilts together for several hours which enables me to put all basic stitching in
By Amazon Customer on 15 July 2015
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I have only used it for fabric.
By Susan Harper on 10 February 2014
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No I haven't used for temporary fixing of displays. I have only used for temporary fixing of stencils.
By Mrs. La Lloyd on 27 May 2015
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Yes, this is colourless
By Plush Addict SELLER on 27 March 2015
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I didn't have any problems using this. Just spray lightly and you should be fine
By pamela loughrey on 06 October 2015
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just the one as I have used just one can on 2 quilts and still have some left for any other projects
By Erin Whale on 30 November 2014
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Hi! This is temporally glue - basically it replace pins and basting in sewing. I did tried it with paper and card - it work well. I use it to atach card to cutting mat while nmy Brother ScanNCut. I'm pretty sure it will work (as a temporary adhesive only) with leather. Don't think it will work with wood or metal.
By mv_bel on 13 May 2016
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this is for fabric only as far as I know .
By Freda cameron on 03 June 2016