I used this product to make decorative pillows for home, I will not use it on something that needs to be washed my very often. I do recommend it for craft in case like me you do not know how to sew or do not have a sewing machine. It does hold on 2 pieces of fabric together if you follow the instructions.
High heat and steam are the keys to this product. So only use on fabric which can withstand both.
So I followed the directions exactly and it didn't work. I feel like I've wasted my money. If it's something I did wrong -- I don't know how to correct it. Should I try a higher heat setting which would be using steam??? I can't afford to waste the material I am using it on!! So frustrated!
Does not stick at all. Burned cuff trying to get this junk hot enough to hold. Use duct tape if you are in a bind.
I used this tape to secure a hem on a pair of khaki pants that were too long. I used high heat AND steam, which worked for me. Withstood at least a year of washing and further ironing before I noticed some sections started to peel/unstick. I think it's important to use a fresh roll too...I had older spools of this that did not work at all...I suspect the adhesive became less potent from sitting in the drawer after a year or so.
I tried this product when the store ran out of Steam-A-Seam. I followed the directions precisely. It didn't hold at all. I would recommend Steam-A-Seam instead.
I use heat n bond to secure ruffled and satin trim to baby blanket panels before i machine stitch them. I also use heat n bond for the same thing when i make travel changing pads. I sell these items in craft shows and everyone always complements the fact that i double secure the trim. I use so much of the heat n bond that i wish that i could buy it in bulk or larger quantities. Thank you, Nadine Irodenko Blankets etc.