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Fabric Spray Adhesive

When fabric is your business, you need a spray adhesive that acts fast, stays flexible and is easy to apply to get the job done. Sprayidea Fabric Spray Glue might be your best choice.
The combination is temporary if you spray on the surface of single material within 30-60s. If you spray on the surface of different materials, their bond is permanent. An essential feature of fabric spray adhesive is its low soaking characteristic. This characteristic is vital when bonding fabrics. The fabric spray glue must stay on the fabric’s surface as long as possible so that it can get the strongest bond.
The minimum order quantity for products under this category is 1200 bottles. There are 24 bottles in one case, so the MOQ is 50 cases.

Choosing the right spray adhesive for your fabric

When it comes time to shop for fabric spray adhesive, you may find more than one glue in this category. At this moment, you may need to figure out which spray adhesive is better for your project. The chart below can give you a brief and clear idea about how these items differ in applications and features.

Application Multi-purpose spray adhesive  95 Embroidery 82 Embroidery DY-100 Embroidery Super 85 Embroidery Super 89 Super 88 Embroidery Spray Adhesive
carbon fabric          
lay up of fiber sheet          
wind blade          
baby cloth          
thick embroidered pieces          
machine embroidery        
clothes lining      
garments paper pattern          
Other lightweight materials  

You can email us if you are still deciding what spray glue to use for your fabric. Please tell us the materials you need to bond and the effect you need to achieve, and our professional people will guide you to the right and suitable fabric spray adhesive.

A brief introduction to fabric spray adhesive

Embroidery 81 Spray Adhesive

Sprayidea 81 Premium Embroidery Spray Adhesive is a colorless and odorless spray with very high-level eco-friendly features. Approved by REACH standard and suitable for baby clothes and very thin materials. This mist spray adhesive is highly appreciated by many famous international apparel brands and big garment factories all over the world. Besides, it can also act as a mist pallet adhesive in the screen printing industry.

Embroidery 82 Spray Adhesive

Sprayidea 82 Embroidery Spray Adhesive is a low VOC spray adhesive. It plays an important role in many applications for temporary bonding. Especially in applique, quilting, sewing, basting, handicrafts, etc., it has a wide range of applications. Most users use this glue on baby fabrics, close-fitting underwear, etc. So, it is very suitable for lightweight materials.

Embroidery 85 Spray Adhesive

Sprayidea 85 Hi-Tack Embroidery Spray Adhesive is a medium-type fabric spray adhesive series. Its outstanding feature is a high tack. Therefore, it's more suitable for holding heavy clothing and materials. Moreover, the color of this spray adhesive is translucent, which is also ideal for bonding white and light-color fabrics.

Embroidery DY-100 Spray Adhesive

Sprayidea DY-100 Embroidery Spray Adhesive is a repositionable mist spray adhesive. This fabric spray adhesive is mainly used to temporarily bond fabrics in daily life. It has a very light scent only, and the color is white. Its stickiness is moderate; it can hold materials tightly but won't stick to needles when used. You can use it to bond lining and interlining and also to fix appliqués, embroidery, etc. It is commonly found in machine embroidery and quilting.

For this level of products, you also have more preferred designs like Sprayidea 88, 89, 99, SK-100, OK-100, S810, etc.


All in all, all fabric spray adhesives have SGS non-toxic test approval, no chlorinated solvents, no CFCs, and are formaldehyde-free. The glue we produce is very environmentally friendly. All fabric spray adhesives won't yellow over time, so you don't need to worry about the finished product's appearance. With these excellent features, you can develop more applications than we mentioned above.

FAQ for Fabric Spray Adhesive

If you need temporary spray adhesive for fabric, you can choose to spray fabric adhesive on one side. After spraying, you need to wait for 30-60 s so that the stickiness of the glue will start to produce. And its stickiness can be maintained for 30-45 minutes.

If you need permanent spray adhesive for fabric, you can spray fabric adhesive on both sides that need to be bonded. If you want him to be more solid, you can spread horizontally and vertically. In this way, it can achieve a long-term non-shedding effect.

Before use, shake the glue well. Hold the can about 15-30 cm (6-12 inches) away from the object and spray while moving the can. Avoid staying in one spot for too long. Similar to cleaning glass, use long strokes in one direction. You can find the correct operation method on the product's information page. Most spray glue products are used in the same way. You can also find detailed instructions in our blog: Spray Adhesive: Everything You Need To Know.


We recommend testing it on scraps to determine the appropriate spray distance. This will prevent spray adhesive from soaking through fabric due to being too close. Additionally, some of our products feature low-permeability formulas. If you are interested, please contact us for more information.

The MOQ of our products is 50 cartons, and one carton contains 24 bottles—1200 bottles in total.

Please note that our prices are subject to change based on market factors such as supply and demand. If you are interested in learning more about our products, please get in touch with us, and we will be happy to provide you with an updated price list.

Sure, we provide ODM & OEM service. We can not only modify the appearance of the product to meet your requirements but also adjust the product’s formula to fit your needs.


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