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Message Board > Patterns and Notions > June Tailor Basting Spray ( Moderated by Sharon1952)

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June Tailor Basting Spray
Why you shouldn't use it.
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Date: 3/11/13 9:43 AM

I happened to have a can of this stuff that I think I got with my initial purchase of embroidery paraphenalia at my Bernina dealer's when I bought my machine.
I used it for the first time yesterday when making a placemat to stick the batting to the backing.
I managed to spray some on my hand and found that it's almost impossible to remove the residue (in addition to the ghastly, overwhelming chemical odor).
I tried washing with soap, with Dawn, and finally had to resort to using "Goo Gone" that's used for removing adhesive glues. That did it.
The product is going into the trash. I don't understand how anyone can sell such a poor product when there are other excellent sprays available, such as 505.

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Date: 3/11/13 10:15 AM

I don't use that brand, but I do use temporary spray that I like for certain things. You invariably get over spray with any of these products. I use paper templates and newspaper on my table so that nothing is sprayed where I don't want it. Alcohol will also take off this stuff.

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Date: 3/11/13 10:36 AM

I love the sulky stuff, but also had bad experience with another product, I think it was a 3M product. Used it on purse that I was embellishing and the darn thing is still sticky. test all products before committing, that's my new motto

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Date: 3/11/13 10:41 AM

Whenever I use spray adhesive, I always do my spraying outside and keep my hands far away from the item until the item is thoroughly dry.

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Date: 3/11/13 1:30 PM

I have had residue problems with the 505 spray, too. I found fallout all over the guest bathroom and the sides of the guest bathtub. Alcohol (neither rubbing nor vodka), not even Citra-Solve, got it all off. I have sworn off the stuff and if I ever have to use it again, I will only do it outside.

Now I mainly use the fusible stabilizers and the water activated adhesive ones (like Floriani Wet-N-Stick). I even use a glue stick before I'll use that adhesive spray stuff again.

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Date: 3/11/13 2:16 PM

Thanks! I have some (not sure what brand) and will take to the city on hazmat collection day.

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Date: 3/12/13 11:17 PM

Sulky sells KK2000. It works well as a temporary adhesive, but don't use too much. It will gum up your needle and cause the thread to break.

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