Spray Glue

Spray Glue

Spray Glue

Often used as an aid to hold layers of fabric together during the applique process. There are several types of spray glue with varying “hold power.”

See Progcraft’s Spray glue test:

Three popular types are:

1. 3M’s Super 77 which has a very aggressive tack

2. 3M’s 75 which has a very low tack almost like the glue on the back of a yellow sticky note.

3. Design Master’s Tack 1000

To remove the adhesive from ripstop nylon, Rubber Cement thinner (Acetone) works best.

Kite Studio provides additional information HERE

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