by pennyhal2 10 Dec 2016

Does anyone know how to remove temporary spray glue from fabric? My friend sprayed the fabric to make a Holloween custom. Washing it did not remove it.

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by sharonleekesner 12 Dec 2016

When I first started embroidering, I took a few classes and one of the sprays we were using in class could only be removed by ironing. Place a Teflon sheet over it, of course. I would try ironing in a small area.

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by airyfairy 12 Dec 2016

Wonder why. I use spray adhesive all the time and it always washes out. I also think that less is more when spraying.

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by joansatx 12 Dec 2016

Hope you get it removed! Temporary often just means that it is temporarily re-positional! I, too, would try as laffma1 has suggested. I have several goo removers in my cabinet... wish that I could share them for you to try. All the best, Joan

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by laffma1 11 Dec 2016

Don't know what country you are in, but if you can find a product called "goof off" made by WM Barr & Co. (www.goof-off.com), it should work. I used it on, of all things, a dupioni silk project, and it worked great. Good luck.

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by Sewmum1 10 Dec 2016

Have you tried contacting the manufacturer of the spray?

Hopefully washing has not set the adhesive permanently so it can still be removed.

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by babash 10 Dec 2016

If washing didn't remove it doesn't sound like it is temporary spray.

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graceandham by graceandham 10 Dec 2016

Many "temporary: glues are not.

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by parkermom 10 Dec 2016

maybe try acetone if it is colorfast? I'm not sure..

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