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    Best basting spray and why?

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    505, because it has almost no smell, and you don't need to use much at all. And you can reposition if you goof up. Over and over. And you can make your sandwich and put it away for weeks, then come back and quilt it when you feel brave. And it allows you to make small shifts by repeated smoothing over the fabric with your hands. (Like if you are a half inch too far over on one corner, you can smooth the top layer back over)

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      #3
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      I agree....505.
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      Scottie Mom Barb

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        #4
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        Another 505 fan! The best part for me is that it does not gum up the needle like others I've tried. That saves me much time/frustration.

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          #5
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          Ditto what others have said; 505, definitely!

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            #6
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            i willbe the oddball here iluv perfect baste no overspray
            Gale

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              #7
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              505 for me too
              Happy Quilting!

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                #8
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                Originally posted by grma33 View Post
                i willbe the oddball here iluv perfect baste no overspray
                Gale
                I havent heard of this one......can you give a little more info, ie: who makes it....where to buy it....full name of product

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                  #9
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                  Big fan of 505 Basting Spray. In Canada, it is VERY expensive ($30.00 for a large can), but I find it doesn't gum anything up, is repositionable and has very little smell. It is the ONLY product I will use.
                  Peggiep
                  "I don't need to get organized, I just need a bigger sewing room." :)

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                    #10
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                    Originally posted by Carol336 View Post
                    I havent heard of this one......can you give a little more info, ie: who makes it....where to buy it....full name of product
                    Apparently it is made in France, and sold in Canada. I googled "Perfect Baste" spray.

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                      #11
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                      I see it has a web pattern spray, for less overspray. I had some that was kind of like silly string, only "webbier". I liked it fine; I think it was from Hancock's, though. (sad face)

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                        #12
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                        Double ditto on the 505 spray.
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                          #13
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                          I also use and like 505 .

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                            #14
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                            another 505 fan here

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                              #15
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                              mettler also makes one that comes out like a web but i could never find it in Canada


                              sulky also makes one i never tried
                              https://www.amazon.ca/Sulky-3-6-Ounc.../dp/B000YYZSDG
                              Gale

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