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Bo-Nash Bonding Agent Starter Kit

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#BN1004
 1 oz.
$15.99
$14.95
$13.46
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Bo-Nash Bonding Agent Starter Kit is currently on sale! Get it for 10% off, now through December 15th!

Please note that there is new packaging. Pictures coming soon!

The Bo-Nash Bonding Agent Starter Kit is a great way to bond our Angelina Fibers to fabric. It makes fabric repair look easy! Just check out our video below.

The Versatile Fusible

  • Make invisible repairs, save a fortune
  • Repair tears and holes
  • Use for appliques, applying labels
  • Perfect for surface embellishments
  • Use for a multitude of craft projects
  • Baste quilts. Stays soft, no pins!
  • Can stitch through. Will not gum up needle
  • For those who love sewing and for those who don’t like sewing or just can’t sew.
The starter pack comes with:
  • One 1oz. container of Bo-Nash Bonding Powder, enough to do up to 75 repairs
  • Bo-Nash Non-stick Ironing and Craft Pressing Sheet 12″ X 9.5″
  • Full set of written instructions

Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)

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10/12/2013
5
best way I've found to repair rips invisibly
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1/5/2014
2
Did not bond very well ...in all fairness maybe i need to play with it more but i followed the instructions and it should have worked without tweeking it
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9/4/2014
3
The Bo-Nash bonding agent did not bond Angelina to my tie -dyed fabric at the setting required by Angelina. Bo-Nash particles go everywhere even when used in a tray. I tried using Bo-Nash dry and bonding it according to the instructions for Angelina however it is difficult to use because the particles cannot be contained in the area being bonded. Blowing the loose particles off before bonding sends them everywhere making a mess to clean up. Using a little moisture on the Angelina helped control the Bo-Nash particles but at a wool iron setting the Angelina with Bo-Nash did not bond. Angelina cannot take the cotton setting required by Bo-Nash. The Angelina turned hard and scratchy at a wool setting. I had to applique the Angelina to my tie-dye project by sewing it down instead of bonding it as I had planned to do.
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