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  • Adhesive
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    Great product have had no problem

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  • works just fine
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    I use this for machine embroidery stabilizer. I float my project on top of sprayed hooped stabilizer without hooping actual project. Holds well with just a small amount and I don't notice any odd odor at all.

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  • Rockin around
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    I have used this product before and I love it so I ordered additional products and will order again when needed.

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  • Super priduct
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    Holds very well. difficult to find in stores

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  • Sulky Temporary Spray Adhesive
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    This product is a must have! It works like a charm.

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  • The Best
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    The best temporary spray adhesive on the market.

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  • Good price. Fast delivery
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    Great product and great proce

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  • Great product
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    Great product and easy to use.

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  • Sulky spray
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    Great product; the only spray I use for embroidery! Just strong enough to discourage wrinkles but not gunk up the needle.

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  • Ms.
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    Sulky KK 2000 is the best temporary adhesives I've used.

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  • good results
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    I like this temporary adhesive for my craft projects and use it for quilt basting small projects like table runners.

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  • Sulky works great
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    as a new machine embroiderer I used this Sulky temp spray adhesive and it worked great for me. When I ran out I bought another brand from WalMart but it is too sticky. So my next purchase will be back to Sulky.

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  • Held fast
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    Usually I use a adhesive stick when working with my wools and cottons. This was a great price so I thought I would try it. It definitely holds the wool on, but its spray is too wide and I didn't get the spot coverage I wanted. Because of its stickability, I know I find other usages for it.

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  • Works great big price small can
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    Its not sticky, and wont gunk up your needle but it is a very small spray can.

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  • Sulky Spray Ashesive
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    This is a temporary adhesive that works well. There is very little smell. Which is nice when working on several projects. You can spray and leave for several minutes. The adhesive does go away after about 5 minutes. Great product for applique work.

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  • Sulky Temporary spray adhesive
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    Have only tried it on a small project and so far it is working just fine. Anxious to try on a larger product. The price was great compared to the local craft stores. ***** Satisfied customer.

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  • used for Cricut Mats
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    I used this spray to renew the stickiness on my Cricut mats. Only need a light coating. Lasts a long time. Great product

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  • Sulky Temporary Spray Adhesive
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    I prefer the use the spray instead of pinning. Saves time and work. This holds well enough to get the quilting done.

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  • excellent
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    I can't imagine embroidering without this. But I have also learn to use it as a temporary hold when I am sewing placemats of multiple layers. It's such a great thing to have at home. I'm sure I will find more uses for it but it is really a must for crafters!

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  • Great Product
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    This is a great product. Easy to use and clean up after. It never leaves a mark on your work. If used correctly holds your work in place quite well. The only problem was that it took too long to get it.

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