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Bo-Nash 007 Bonding Agent - STARTER SET

eQuilter Bo-Nash 007 Bonding Agent - STARTER SET

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Complete Starter Set

Everyone has something waiting to be repaired! 007 Bonding Agent bonds fabrics together instantly. It is easy to use and saves money and time. It can be used with all fabrics from delicate silks and laces to heavyweight canvases and denims. Just apply the 007 bonding powder to the area, cover with a Bo-Nash Nonstick Ironing Sheet, and apply heat. The fabric can be washed, tumble-dried, or dry-cleaned. A great 'secret weapon' for fabric repair! 007 Bonding Agent Complete Starter Kit, No sewing required fabric repair kit. Use with ALL fabric. Includes directions.

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