Does the odor bother you? Or do you do the usual and open the windows?
> much smaller that I can't wrap my pea brain around the fact that it might
> last as long as the bigger cans.
>> Has anybody tried the Sulky KK2000 Temporary Spray Adhesive? It is
>> supposed to "temporarily bonds fabrics to appliqu s, batting,
>> stabilizers, and even to patterns and templates." and has these specs:
>> * You can reposition the fabric before stitching it in place; it works
>> great with landscape quilting projects
>> * Bonding disappears in 2-5 days
>> * The handy size can gives you as much coverage as the bigger
>> cans-made of a highly concentrated material combined with a low pressure
>> spray for a more precise spray pattern and less waste.
>> * Nontoxic, odorless, ozone-friendly, nonflammable, will not stain
>> I've seen this advertised in a bunch of quilting-related magazines and
>> catalogs and wondered if it truly was odorless, etc., as I am so
>> sensitive to any type of scent or fragrance. It would be nice to have a
>> better alternative.
>>> I went to a couple of fabric stores today and, yes, I got a little
>>> carried away with buying cloth. I also saw some of the spray "basting"
>>> material, for which the stores want $10 to11 dollars for a spray can
>>> about nine inches tall -- you know what I mean, about the size of a can
>>> of spray paint.
>>> I thought that was a bit rich, but then I wondered how many double-bed
>>> sized quilts you could baste such with such a can. Any thoughts?
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Edna Pearl