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Old 10-15-2012, 04:00
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Anyone use this. thoughts?
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Default Re: spray heat and bond?

i never knew this even existed! since heat n bond is really good, i'd imagine this would also be good. can't find any reviews on it though.

r/retreat carries it . . . http://www.theribbonretreat.com/Fabr...ltra-hold.aspx
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Its funny you mention this since I went to Joanns last night and they are no longer carrying the regular kind.
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Wow.. has anyone tried this? I mean... think of the time this could save cutting!
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Anyone use this. thoughts?
Are you using this as a stiffener?
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Its funny you mention this since I went to Joanns last night and they are no longer carrying the regular kind.
I used it, it doesnt.do many. i used it to cover 23, 2 1/4 in ribons.with mystique. so it was easy but not cost effective. Joanns no.longer carrys it.in the bolt and not even in the big packages. only wonderunder
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I used it, it doesnt.do many. i used it to cover 23, 2 1/4 in ribons.with mystique. so it was easy but not cost effective. Joanns no.longer carrys it.in the bolt and not even in the big packages. only wonderunder
But was it any good? You're talking about using it as heat-n-bond, right?
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I used it, it doesnt.do many. i used it to cover 23, 2 1/4 in ribons.with mystique. so it was easy but not cost effective. Joanns no.longer carrys it.in the bolt and not even in the big packages. only wonderunder
I saw it at my JoAnn's the other day, I believe it was $15, but with a 50% off coupon, doing 23 bows, I don't think that's a bad price? Or am I crazy? I just started making cheer bows recently but thinking of how much easier just spraying and then ironing would be is very appealing to me vs. using the Heat N Bond strips. Does it hold well???
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Soooo did any one try with good results?
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Soooo did any one try with good results?
So, I took the plunge and bought it.

FIRST OFF-- i found it at Wal-Mart for 9.99 a can, so that price is a little better... but honestly-- I wasn't all that impressed. I was using it to bond grosgrain to grosgrain and it didn't really stick that well. I will try it on spandex to grosgrain and let you know!
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