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Thread: Basting Spray & Starch

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    These are two different things, right?

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    There is definately a difference !! Basting spray is sticky and holds the layers of your quilt together. Spray startch is for ironing clothes or other fabric to remove wrinkles and stiffen the fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanniejo
    There is definately a difference !! Basting spray is sticky and holds the layers of your quilt together. Spray startch is for ironing clothes or other fabric to remove wrinkles and stiffen the fabric.
    I thought so. Thanks for answering a silly question. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MommaDorian
    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanniejo
    There is definately a difference !! Basting spray is sticky and holds the layers of your quilt together. Spray startch is for ironing clothes or other fabric to remove wrinkles and stiffen the fabric.
    I thought so. Thanks for answering a silly question. :)
    No question is silly. How do you know without asking?

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    All questions are good questions. How will you know if you don't ask.

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    It is always better to ask if you don't know something, and no question is ever silly :D:D:D

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