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.

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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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8 Responses to “Touch N Bond Adhesive Review”


  1. STEVE says:

    I would like to buy a larger bottle is this possible? Steve Johnson

  2. singlemom says:

    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. colorado says:

    my kid put some of this product Touch-N-Bond all over my chair…how do I get this stuff out??

  4. AK LYBBERT says:

    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.

  5. Juanita Bowling says:

    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!!

  6. Georgia says:

    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?

  7. Has anyone tried the Touch N Bond Adhesive, does it really work?

    Are you satisfied with the product?

  8. Mimzy says:

    How to use Touch-n-Bond on Leather Coat?

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