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Thread: Wonder Under

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    Have you ever got some wonder under that just wasn't good? Or I should say can't pull the paper off? I fused it to my fabric and can't get the paper to come off so I can fuse it again.I have held the iron on it like I was suppose to and then I tried it again thinking that maybe it would come apart. Not!! I have gone all the way around it and just can't seem to get it apart.

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    Try scratching it lightly with a pin. Roughing the paper up a bit helps me when it's not working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    Try scratching it lightly with a pin. Roughing the paper up a bit helps me when it's not working.
    Thank you. That did the trick. I don't know why I didn't think of that.

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    I do not like wonder under. Try Steam-a-Seam, love that stuff!!

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    I like the heat and bond lite!!

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    Heat and Bond lite is my favorite too

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    I sell more heat-n-bond lite than any other fusible on the market. I go through a bolt a month! TWO during Oct/Nov!

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    How old was the Wonder Under..sometimes age does this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarrieAnne
    Heat and Bond lite is my favorite too
    Same here.

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    I forgot to say that how it is stored also matters as does where you live! ALL fusibles like moisture! If your room is dry or over heated, it will ruin your fusibles so fast it will hurt! If heat/dryness is the issue then store your fusibles in a sealed tupperware or ziploc container/bag! The less hot dry air it gets the better! Same if you have TOO much moisture...it can make it separate from the paper!

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