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    Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

    I just noticed that on my can of 505 Spray it states to remove adhesive-dry clean...then it is not necessary to purge the spray after use...I probably have never read this or forgot...does anyone still use this product, especially on baby quilts?...I haven't pin basted my quilts for many years...any input would be appreciated..
    Carol

    Sewing Mends The Soul ~ Author Unknown

    #2
    Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

    I stopped using it quite a while ago when I read that. I want my temporary spray adhesive to be temporary and wash out. I don't think I'd ever take one of my quilts to be dry cleaned. It's expensive to do where I am.
    Barbara

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      #3
      Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

      Are you sure you are using 505 Tempirary spray ?
      I just read my Temporary spray and nowhere does
      it say anything about dry cleaning.
      I use 505 Temporary spray for machine
      embroidery only.
      I use 505 Temporary spray because
      it has the least smell I can use with my
      respiratory problems. I’m sure every
      quilter knows to never take a quilt to
      have cleaned. The toxic chemicals will destroy
      the fabric.

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        #4
        Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

        Yup it's 505. Read #5

        505 spray.jpg
        Barbara

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          #5
          Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

          Wow, glad you ladies brought this up. I am in the process of looking for a new brand of basting spray since June Taylor changed their formula my LQS recommended Sulky KK2000 which I tried and was happy with it but beware it really does dissipate after 5 days-the sandwich did begin to loosen. Big bonus was no smell and little to no overspray.
          One yard of fabric, like one cookie, is never enough!

          Beth aka Asta

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            #6
            Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

            Originally posted by Bernina2 View Post
            Are you sure you are using 505 Tempirary spray ?
            I just read my Temporary spray and nowhere does
            it say anything about dry cleaning.
            I use 505 Temporary spray for machine
            embroidery only.
            I use 505 Temporary spray because
            it has the least smell I can use with my
            respiratory problems. I’m sure every
            quilter knows to never take a quilt to
            have cleaned. The toxic chemicals will destroy
            the fabric.
            Yes, it says temporary fabric adhesive on the can....what I am questioning is the safety issue especially for baby quilts...I have been reading online more about using the spray...I personally always use this spray and have for many years...thanks for any input...
            Carol

            Sewing Mends The Soul ~ Author Unknown

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              #7
              Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

              I checked online and there does appear to be two
              different 505 Temporary adhesives. One says for
              basting quilts. The other one does not say this
              on the front of the can. It is used for machine
              embroidery.

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                #8
                Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

                Originally posted by Bernina2 View Post
                I’m sure every
                quilter knows to never take a quilt to
                have cleaned. The toxic chemicals will destroy
                the fabric
                .
                What? Where'd this come from? What does a dry-cleaner do at their business? Their entire business is cleaning fabric!
                You gots to risk it to gets the biscuit-

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                  #9
                  Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

                  Quilts should be washed in a mild soap.
                  Dry cleaners use harsh toxic chemicals.
                  These chemicals are hard on the cotton fabric.
                  Plus these toxic chemicals leave a toxic chemical
                  smell which is a hazard to babies and anyone
                  with respiratory problems.

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                    #10
                    Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

                    That's so sad! I use 505 all the time and never saw that. After I finish using all my cans, I guess I'll have to look for something else that doesn't smell. That is one of the main things I like about it. I will probably give sulky a try.
                    :icon_hiya: Coleen

                    "I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good I can do, or any kindness I can show, let me do now, for I will not pass through this way again."

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                      #11
                      Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

                      Not sure if aware but there is fusible batting available, just iron your sandwich,

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                        #12
                        Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

                        I never noticed that on the 505 label either. I looked up the MSDS on the Odif website. That's the real info. Read for yourself that laundering is recommended and cleanup with detergents. I hope you all are wearing a mask to use this stuff if you have to spray indoors. Here is the link.

                        https://www.odifusa.com/wp-content/u...0-VOC-MSDS.pdf

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                          #13
                          Re: Question about 505 Spray use and dry cleanng

                          I have never used the spray. I always pin baste. I was concerned about using the product in my basement We have a gas furnace. Plus I have no place outside to use it.

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