Bondaweb (Years ago, also known and/or referred to as Bondina) is a double sided flat sheet adhesive, that works by way of pressing (with the aid of heat transfer, say with an iron or heat press) onto the given textile.
It's best to apply this product in small parts, by that, we mean pieces of say NO larger 30 cm. Unless, you have access to industrial heat transfer equipment, you could find the results undesirable, if you attempt to iron and secure two pieces of fabric together that are say 90cm wide! The reason: it's unlikely you will be able to control the melting temperature of the glue accurately, with your Domestic Iron and dissipate the glue evenly into your textile, thus leading to an uneven application and fabric distort.
We suggest a pressing time (Dwell time of UP TO 10 SECONDS) Don’t use an ironing motion!!!
You must press, perhaps on setting 3 (Iron = Cotton) If you have a Domestic Heat press, your results will be as intended. Always use a suitable damp cloth (on either side) when pressing.
Allow the pieces to cool flat for about 20 minutes, so that the adhesive can set properly.
We strongly recommend that you attach a small piece of interfacing to a fabric remnant first to make sure that the hold and the adhesion meet your expectations.
Care: Washable in temperatures up to 60 °C or dry cleanable
Colours / Measurements: Sheer. Sold by the metre:
Width: 90 cm (Normal Glue)
Width: 45 cm (Heavy Glue) Say, for Heavier fabrics like Leather and/or Denim
We imply or commit to nothing when offering these techniques. We simply offer our opinions and they should definitely not be taken as definitive. All tests regarding the suitability of this product for your purposes rests entirely with you..