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This is pretty awful , expensive and messy . I wouldn't recommend this for appliqué , quilting or paper piecing . It sprays uneven thick white , takes ages to dry , leaves your fabric unworkable . I'll not be using it again , tried it twice and hate it . I've no clue if it's good for anything but gathering dust .
I bought this for macrame projects it takes longer than 30 minutes to dry, like a lot longer. Does well adhesion wise but doesn't fully adhere everywhere no matter how much was used. Can imagine it would be better for thinner material maybe. Easy to use just a little messy, quite a strong smell to it too. I personally for what I need it for, wouldn't buy again.
I've been using starch to stiffen chiffon for sewing, but it softened too quickly to be that useful. This liquid stabilizer works very well to stop it fraying and to keep it's shape when sewing with a machine. Narrow hems are very easy to do as well as overlocking if you don't want it curving or bunching up. When the garment is finished, all you need to do is wash it and it rinses straight out.
I bought this as I thought it would be better than spray starch for quilting. How wrong can you be, nozzle marked off and spray, except it did not spray a fine, even mist. It sent out streams of the stuff. Rey disappointed. Will stick to starch in future,