HeatnBond NR-3095 Heat'n Bond 3509-78 UltraHold Iron-On Adhesive
No Sew Bond, Traditional Fusible Webs, Ultrahold Iron
Analysis of 200+ reviews for HeatnBond NR-3095 Heat'n Bond 3509-78 UltraHold Iron-On Adhesive
BestViewsReviews analyzed 14,812 reviews for 35 products in the Fabric Adhesives category.
We analyzed a total of 273 reviews for this product out of which, 240 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 50% reviews were positive while around 45% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for HeatnBond NR-3095 Heat'n Bond 3509-78 UltraHold Iron-On Adhesive
This product received a total score of 7.75 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 7 features:
Users of this product said
The heating in the microwave makes the glue fail, so I had to thread my sewing machine for 8 small hems.
If you have paper that skips the step of sewing a hem, you can put it between the layers of your hem and iron.
I never used this before but the directions were very easy to follow and it worked perfectly.
This bonding tape was very easy to use and my drapes look great after months and months of using it.
It is very easy to use and I was very happy with the result.
Question & Answers
I've tried different iron temperatures and pressing times, and it doesn't adhere on the same garment.
I peeled the backing off the Thermoweb before allowing it to cool completely, so that it was me, not the product.
Is it possible to hem satin pants with this?
The glue is strong and I think it will work.
Is it good for Girl Scout patches?
It's easy to cut the heat and bond to fit the patch, and you can follow the directions on the packaging.
Is it possible that this would work on knees of jeans?
We suggest iron on patches that can be applied to outside or inside of jeans, because this product won't work for knees of jeans.
Is it possible that this would work to fuse upholstery?
I don't think it would hold on to a seating area, if that makes sense.