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Thread: Glue Applicator Bottle

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    It has to be diluted enough so it won't stick to your iron and burn. Start with a teaspoon and keep adding water until you find the right ratio. It works but I prefer the regular spray starch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD

    Thanks! I bought a bottle of Roxanne Glue-Baste-It, but haven't tried it yet. It takes 3-5 minutes to dry. No mention of heat set.

    I think that one may be a permanent glue, I would make sure before using as it would not wash out if it is permanent.

    I also use a teflon ironing sheet when using this sort of thing so it does not get on my iron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spudgm
    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD

    Thanks! I bought a bottle of Roxanne Glue-Baste-It, but haven't tried it yet. It takes 3-5 minutes to dry. No mention of heat set.

    I think that one may be a permanent glue, I would make sure before using as it would not wash out if it is permanent.

    I also use a teflon ironing sheet when using this sort of thing so it does not get on my iron.
    It says Temporary Basting Glue, holds firmly until moistened. But I bought an ironing sheet too.

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    Roxanne's holds without heat setting. I have used it both ways and never had it be permanent, I could pull it apart. I do like Roxanne's better then Elmer's.

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