This product is ideal for use with larger stencils and for repositioning borders. Just shake the can well and hold it about 8 in. from the stencil. Spray lightly on the back of the stencil to adhere it to the stenciling surface. The stencil can be repositioned on the surface several times before more spray is needed. One can (4.4 oz.) is usually enough for most projects.
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Can Stencil Eases Repositionable Stencil Spray Adhesive be used on fabric? Will it leave a residue?- Asked by Sharon on 29-Apr-14
It is not recommended for use on fabric. It is designed for smooth, non-porous surfaces including walls, fiberglass, metal, and plastic. Stencil Ease is sprayed onto the stencil itself but may be absorbed by fabric leaving a residue. Try Stencil Spray Adhesive by Tulip designed for fabric stenciling.- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Apr-14
I need an adhesive to put on the back of a stencil that I'm using for an etching on a glass vase. Will this product work for that purpose?- Asked by Jackie on 25-Jul-13
The people at Stencil Ease say this works on any flat, smooth surface. So you would have a problem, I believe, using it on a round vase.- Answered by MisterArt on 26-Jul-13
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