Heat N' Bond Ultrahold is an ultra strong, paper-backed, iron-on adhesive designed for non sew apparel, craft and home decor projects.
Heat N' Bond's solid layer of glue provides plenty of bonding strength, and requires less heat and shorter pressing time than many other fusible web products. Heat N' Bond's advanced formula puts an end to fusible web limitations to provide the craft maker with superior results in a wide range of applications.
Advantages of Heat N' Bond Iron-On Adhesive
- With Heat N' Bond Ultrahold materials won't lift or pucker.
- Edges don't need to be sealed.
- Materials can be machine washed.
- You can bond foil, felt, lame, lace, glitter, denim, suede, leather, wood, cardboard, rhinestones and more.
The Versatility of Heat N' Bond Iron-On Adhesive
The versatility of Heat N' Bond Ultrahold Adhesive is manifest in the amount of applications it can be used for. The following is a partial list of the uses of this iron-on adhesive:
- Wearable arts: insignias, ribbons, letters, floral designs, patches, trim, etc.
- Holiday ornaments
- Fabric and paper jewelry
- Mounting needlepoint and cross-stitch craft projects
- Party decorations
- Hemming washable pants and skirts
- Decorator pennants
- Hat boxes
- Decorate office items
- Window boxes
- Personalized towels
- Decorated canisters
- Tissue boxes
- Cloth napkins
- Pot holders
- Decorative bows
- Canvas bags
- School banners
- Picture frames
- Wall hangings
- Pre-wash all clothing and fabrics before using Heat N' Bond Iron-On Adhesive. Do not use fabric softeners.
- Don't overheat Heat N' Bond; this will cause an insufficient bonding.
- Don't iron over the plastic instruction sheet.
- Don't sew- due to the unique thickness of Heat N' Bond's adhesive machine stitching is not recommended.
- It is machine washable. For best results use the delicate cycle and warm water.
- Heat N' Bond is not recommended for projects or items that require dry cleaning.
How to Use Heat N' Bond Iron-On Adhesive
- Step 1: Preheat dry iron to the silk setting. Place Heat N' Bond on the wrong side of the material. Lightly glide iron across paper side for 1-2 seconds.
- Step 2: When creating your own design, draw design on paper side in reverse. Carefully cut out design. Skip to next step if you are working on a pre-cut or pre-designed item.
- Step 3: Allow the material to cool, then peel off the paper backing. The adhesive should appear milky in color. Shiny, clear adhesive is a sign of overheating.
- Step 4: Place the material right side up in desired position and iron for 4-6 seconds. The ironing time may need to be increased for heavier materials or when using several layers of material.