HeatnBond Iron-On Vinyl x 2 Yards, 17" X2 Yards Gloss
A Durable ; Scuff-And-Water Resistant; S Acid Free; Uv-Rated Finish, A Clear Laminating Product, Iron-On Vinyl, Made In Usa
- Equipped with a formula that offers a lustrous, shiny and brilliant look
- Made with such a formula that offers water resistance
- Features an advanced adhesive formula for quick and easy application
- Sizes may not be ideal
Analysis of 100+ reviews for HeatnBond Iron-On Vinyl x 2 Yards, 17" X2 Yards Gloss
BestViewsReviews analyzed 14,812 reviews for 35 products in the Fabric Adhesives category.
We analyzed a total of 121 reviews for this product out of which, 108 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 38% reviews were positive while around 50% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for HeatnBond Iron-On Vinyl x 2 Yards, 17" X2 Yards Gloss
This product received a total score of 8.83 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 7 features:
Users of this product said
I used this to make table cloths and placemats, and it's a very easy and fun craft to do.
It is easy to trim the excess once the vinyl is iron on because you don't have to cut it to fit.
I made a changing pad, a few wet bags, and a pad for under the high chair, because I got this to make a changing pad for my diaper bag.
It's easy to use and adhere to fabric, so it's a great option for anyone looking for a fun and easy craft.
When I first iron on it, it looked great, but after sewing the bag, the vinyl began to tear at the seams, and I was so disappointed that I followed the instructions exactly.
Question & Answers
Is it possible to sew it by machine after it's been ironing on?
I made small pouch out of large M and M bags with the thermoweb attached to the plastic, then attached the cotton fleece to the thermoweb and sewed straight lines onto it before making the pouch.
Will it work on leather?
The only product they recommend for leather is their double-sided bonding product, which can be used on the unfinished side of the leather.
Is it ok to line the fabric inside to protect it from spills?
I don't know how you would apply it to the inside of the case, on fabric or paper.
I want to know if I can pay one shipping fee if I order other stuff.
If you order two or more items from me all in one cart, I can't change the shipping fees, but I can return some of the shipping fees in the package.
Is it possible that this will prevent cotton fabric from being damaged when it's cut?
If you want to use this product for something other than making cosmetic bags, you need to have a vinyl covering for it.