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Thread: Has anyone tried spray on fusible webbing?

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    Senior Member Quilting Nonnie's Avatar
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    I just heard of this product. I googled it and several companies make it... Is it a new product? If you've used it, did you like it? It sounds great, but if it's like the spray on adhesive I've used for paper things, it might be nasty.

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    I use it to keep my layers in place for machine quilting. Really helpful. The one I got is 505 spray & fix. It is pricey but it helps me do a neater job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotcomdtcm
    I use it to keep my layers in place for machine quilting. Really helpful. The one I got is 505 spray & fix. It is pricey but it helps me do a neater job.
    505 is a temporary spray basting adhesive. 606 is a permanent spray fusible adhesive. I have not tried either product, but use paper backed fusible web very often. I would think the spray fusible would be messy, wasteful and hard to control, especially on smaller pieces. What would be the advantage of using a spray fusible instead of something like WonderUnder?

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    I will try wonder under
    I did try a iron-on fusible WITHOUT reading the directions
    It turned out to be NO SEW
    Well... that piece makes a lovely table runner but cannot sew thru it
    Another lesson learned!!

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    You can reposition 505 spray for a while. Wonder under is there to stay. I really like 505 and it doesn't smell.

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    I just used to be piece some batting together for a small quilt. Works!

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