sorry i was curious
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Eaglebeak, you could also use a press cloth or parchment paper to protect your iron and ironing board cover.
I went online looking for the Mary Ellen's it is like $42.00 a gallon OUCH!!!!!!!!
can I get it cheaper??
thanks Jodi...Originally Posted by jodimarie
that is what I was/am having a problem with Magic SIzing gummed up everthing.
Spray your fabric with your choice of starch or sizing and let it set a minute or so - then it'll be absorbed into the fabric threads where it counts!
Yes you can get it cheaper. Use a 40% off coupon on joanns.com.Originally Posted by eaglebeak1960
be sure to shake the sizing can good before each use, I don't have a burning or gumming problem with it, I did with starch
thanks Sissor Queen. Kinda out it today having a DUH moment when I replied to this.
I am trying to get it with out having to pay for shipping. Money tight this time of year.( for all of us I bet).
When I use spray starch, I spray one side of the fabric, but iron on the other side. It keeps my iron clean.
Which means vodka is sugar. Sure sugar might stiffen it a bit but it's still bug food.Originally Posted by magpie