Touch N Bond Adhesive Review

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Touch N Bond as seen on tv non-toxic and safe-to-use adhesive glue. Save money on costly repairs.

 

Touch N Bond Adhesive
Touch N Bond works great on all kind of hems. Just a little touchnbond on your finger spreads thin coat thats enough to instantly fix any hem. For longer application the dispenser lays down a fine layer thats perfect for replacing zippers or hemming curtains. TouchNBond creates a permanent latex flexible bond thats ready to wear in 3 minutes and ready to wash in 15 minutes. The best part of TouchNBond is that it is completely non-toxic and safe to use. Any place where you need a permanent flexible, wash-proof bond of fabric on fabric. Safe for most any fabric. Dries clears Bonds stay flexible, washable and dry cleanable.

 



 

What do I get? For just $14.95 and $7.95 P&H you get
  • 1 bottle Touch n Bond
  • A travel size bottle of Touch n Bond
  • Convenient dispenser cap
  • Fabric patch
Use TouchNBond for:
  • Splits and tears
  • Hems and cuffs
  • Re-tip shoelaces
  • Work boots
  • Dress shoes
  • Leather Handbags
  • Leather Upholstrey
  • Curtains
  • Umbrellas
  • Indoor and Outdoor repairs and moreā€¦

 




 

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9 thoughts on “Touch N Bond Adhesive Review

  1. I ordered two small containers of touchnbond from Publishers Clearing House and both were solid rubber.no liquid at all ……

  2. My child got hold of this product and she put some on my chair…I like to know how do I get this stuff out of my chair without replacing the chair?

  3. AND THAT IS TOO MUCH FOR IT …. I PAID 6 .95 FOR TWO BOTTLES OF IT WHICH IS GOOD, FOR I HAVE FOUND THAT IT DRIES UP IN BOTTLES TOO FAST.

  4. I used it and ruined my clothing…Hemed 4 pair pants and the glue bled thru the outside fabric…Clothes ruined…Can’t find out how to get it out!!

  5. I used the Touch n Bond on my leather jacket sleeves and then decided to have them sewn instead. Now how do I get the adhesive to come off of the lining of the sleeve hems?

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