Hi-Tack Fray Stop Glue
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Hi-Tack Fray Stop Glue

£2.50
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    Description

    Now available to buy online, this Hi-Tack fray stop glue will reinforce edges and keep you designs looking their best.

    This hem and seam fabric glue will help stop fraying

    Handy fabric glue designed to stop hems from fraying that is clear drying and remains flexible once dried so it does not affect how your garment will wear. Use this non fray fabric glue to reinforce edges on upholstery work, ideal for keeping the seams of curtains and clothing looking their best.

    Please note: This product is subject to stock availability.

    Features
    Sizes Available
    One size available in 60ml (2 fl. oz)
    Colours Available
    Clear
    Brand
    Hi-Tack
    Material
    Glue
    Pack Size
    One bottle
    Easy Returns

    We hope you love this product, but if you decide it's not right you can return it for free to your local store.

    Exceptions apply, see our full returns policy.

    Hi-Tack Fray Stop Glue is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant stuff! I was making formal tablecloths a few weeks ago and I did not want a stitched hem as it would have spoiled the look. The linen-look polyester frayed dreadfully when I cut it so I applied the fray stop glue directly onto the fabric before cutting and it was absolutely fantastic! No fraying whatsoever! It was so quick and easy and took about 10 mins to dry. I used a tiny art paintbrush to spread it evenly but you could just as easily use your finger. This really was a godsend and I would definitely recommend.
    Date published: 2016-04-28
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