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Thread: Has anyone used Krylon Spray Adhesive?

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    Super Member JeanieG's Avatar
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    On one of the topics on spray basting, one of the gals mentioned she used Krylon Spray. Inquiring mind that I have, I looked up the various Krylon Spray Adhesives. I found this "Paper Finishes Easy-Tack Repositionable Adhesive" could be used on fabric. See info from the Michael's website below. I also went to the Krylon website and looked it up there.

    http://www.michaels.com/Krylon%C2%AE...dhesive/gc0277,default,pd.html

    "Krylonģ Easy-Tackô Adhesive provides a repositionable bond on most light weight materials and may be adjusted, removed, and reapplied throughout the life of the bond. Benefits: Low odor, non-staining, long-lasting tack, non-wrinkling, less curl. Itís acid-free formula is ideal for scrapbook projects and itís also great for stenciling and much more!"

    Read what it says and let me know what you think. The price is about half of the other spray basting products we use.

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    The only problem is that it does not wash out :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    The only problem is that it does not wash out :D:D:D
    and it gums up your needle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeanieG
    On one of the topics on spray basting, one of the gals mentioned she used Krylon Spray. Inquiring mind that I have, I looked up the various Krylon Spray Adhesives. I found this "Paper Finishes Easy-Tack Repositionable Adhesive" could be used on fabric. See info from the Michael's website below. I also went to the Krylon website and looked it up there.

    http://www.michaels.com/Krylon%C2%AE...dhesive/gc0277,default,pd.html

    "Krylonģ Easy-Tackô Adhesive provides a repositionable bond on most light weight materials and may be adjusted, removed, and reapplied throughout the life of the bond. Benefits: Low odor, non-staining, long-lasting tack, non-wrinkling, less curl. Itís acid-free formula is ideal for scrapbook projects and itís also great for stenciling and much more!"

    Read what it says and let me know what you think. The price is about half of the other spray basting products we use.
    the other thing it states in the product details is that "Low Odor" but when you read the caution:
    "CAUTION ADVISORIES OR SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS: Strong fumes - keep area ventilated during use and until all vapors are gone. Avoid continuous breathing of vapor and spray mist. "

    Kinda contradictory isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    The only problem is that it does not wash out :D:D:D
    According to the article it washes out with soap and water???

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    The article doesn't say, so I assume it may gum up the needle.

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    Well, guess the only way to find out is going to be to go buy a can, try it on a piece you don't care too much about and see if it gunks up your needle. If not, I would say go for it.

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