|I bought this product several years ago when it was recommend for sewing with metallic thread.
I have used it for cleaning and lubricating cutting tools, but it really saved the day when I found I could use it when sewing sticky-back Velcro.
Not everyone is going to buy sticky-back Velcro for sewing products, but I had about three yards of it that I had recycled from another project and didn't want to throw it out.
My old dog has inoperable tumors on her leg than needs to be wrapped, The expense of first aid products was getting ridiculous, so I had a "brain storm" of recycling an old t-shirt into a wrap for her leg, using the old Velcro.
It worked, except for the needle getting so gummy that I could only stitch an inch or so at a time.
Enter Sewer's Aid! I positioned the Velcro, ran a bead of SA along the edge, where I would stitch and had great success.
Ginger (original spicegirl) now has several wraps that I can change often, wash, sanitize and reuse.
She is 15 years old collie/shepherd mix and our vet calls her the miracle dog. She has the tumors, heart murmur, arthritis and probably a few unknowns, but can still give the neighbors cat a run for it's money!
Since the original posting, Ginger had to be put down. We now have a wonderful dog we adopted from a no-kill shelter and he is at my side 24/7 - a real Buddy!