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Thread: Mentioned here but I cannot find it...help?

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    Junior Member Basketman's Avatar
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    Mentioned here but I cannot find it...help?

    A while ago I stumbled across a posting that mentioned a fabric spray, that I thought was used in pressing and mentioned that they saw it demonstrated at a quilt show. One reply thread told the readers that they were buying a gallon for gift... as the recipient thought the product was infinitely better than the usual products available. If I recall correctly there was a video attached with someone demonstrating its use....can anyone direct me to this thread or the product itself?

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    It seems I kind of remember this but cannot help. Sorry!
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    I saw a tutorial on Bounce Ironing Spray, someone had mentioned it on this board. You can buy it at Walmart according to the tutorial.

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    Mary Ellen best press or StayFlo starch are the only things I know about. Of course, there are the products in cans like sizing and starches.

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    I don't remember the post in question. I can tell you that my LQS recently started selling Flatter. She loves it. I bought a bottle but have not used it much yet

    http://smile.amazon.com/Soak-FS08-6G...ywords=flatter

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    Quote Originally Posted by meyert View Post
    I don't remember the post in question. I can tell you that my LQS recently started selling Flatter. She loves it. I bought a bottle but have not used it much yet

    http://smile.amazon.com/Soak-FS08-6G...ywords=flatter
    Yikes, that is only an 8 oz bottle. That is a very expensive product. The Amazon page reads as if it was written by a person that does not use English as a primary language??

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    yes it is expensive. My bottle is 8.4 oz and it was $10.50. I guess it depends on what you will use it for if you want to spend that much

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    terial arts? i remember reading something about this - it sounded great - maybe more like a stabilizer
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    I think it was the Terial Magic, made by Terial Arts. Looked it up on Amazon and, as I recall, there was a gallon version for sale there. Couldn't find it this time, but here is a link to the spray:
    http://www.amazon.com/Terial-Arts-11...dp/B00KIFBMKO/

    Here is a link to the Terial Arts website with the gallon version:
    http://terialarts.com/terial-magic-gallon-size-bottle/

    If you do a search on the QB for Terial Magic or Terial Arts, you should find a few more threads about it. Here's a link to one of them:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...s-t254505.html

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    Rather expensive--above my budget.
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    Definitely doesn't fit my tight budget either.
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    Best Press is good enough for me and expensive enough also.
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    You know, when I was a child, many moons ago, lol... my mom used to use white school glue (it's starch based) diluted about 2 to 1 with water (2 parts water, one part glue...if I recall correctly). She would wet the fabric in this, let it dry & iron it (it scorched easily, so she set the iron on medium...probably silk or wool setting)...she did this to make doing cutwork embroidery easier. Would wash in sink when all the designing was done, and then rinse. Worked great. Wonder if this stuff is just diluted school glue?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yooper32 View Post
    Best Press is good enough for me and expensive enough also.
    If you think Best Press is too expensive, try Stay Flo from your grocery store shelf. Dilute it 50 - 50 or even more with water. Spray it on and iron it. Works better if left a few seconds to soak in a little. I spray a large section so when I come to the end of the section, the beginning is ready to iron. Works as well as Best Press.
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    I 'll stick with my cans of spray starch and sizing and my bottle of starch which I can dilute!

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    I dilute the Best Press 50/50 with water and can't tell any difference.

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    Hi there,

    My name is Naomi. I work for Terial Arts the company that makes Terial Magic. If you contact me at [email protected], I can get you an 8 oz. bottle for $9.95 that is not offered elsewhere. It's enough to saturate 4 yards of fabric. Thank you.

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