HeatnBond Lite Iron-On Adhesive Value Pack, 17 Inches x 5.25 Yards
- HeatnBond Lite is a roll of iron-on, sewable, double-sided adhesive for bonding fabric without extra weight or stiffness
- Use it in place of pinning or basting and just stitch right thru the adhered layers of fabric
- Heat activated; Permanent; Double-sided adhesive
- For use on fabric
- Does not gum up needles; Eliminates pinning
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 2.54 x 2.54 x 2.54 cm; 99.79 Grams
- Date First Available : 26 October 2017
- Manufacturer : Therm O Web
- ASIN : B001687ZDA
- Item Model Number : NR-3098
- Customer Reviews:
HeatnBond Lite is a paper backed, iron-on, sewable, double-sided adhesive for bonding fabric without extra weight or stiffness. Use it in place of pinning or basting for applique shapes on quilts, wall hangings and attire. Draw or print directly on the paper backing to easily design applique pieces!
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When Corvid-19 lockdown was introduced I got in store as I knew I would use it in some way, and be very frustrated if not available. it is the first time Have bought this brand - just as a trial - size- length and role rather than square more convenient, `price very fair,
In use it is very similar, except what `I have found is that the backing paper is shine and seems to peel off easier.
Would I buy it again; normally I cross the road so no postage, and this would be the deciding factor , both procducts work in the same way and very similar in end result
How it works - the glue is in a sheet of backing paper , Putt the rough, glue side down on area you want to transfer you want to transfer the glue on to. Most important you protect your ironing board cover and iron sole plate with some of the used backing paper or similar. Then using your iron melt the glue so it sticks more easily to the substrate than the backing paper. Let it cool (don't hurry it!) and you can peel off the backing sheet. You then put the top surface you want to glue on to the bottom layer, and do what you did before -(Without the backing sheet of course.)