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PostPosted: 29 Nov 2010 12:58 
How to Apply a lavender lace pattern that was cut on a curtain of fine veil on the toilet seat as decoration, how do I paste it and ensure it is glazed or painted in order to clean the telescope easily without damaging the decor?
Thanks to everyone in advance !

PostPosted: 29 Nov 2010 13:08 

first adhesives:

then an anti wear. Type this on your search engine:

"fabric protection products against wear"

Or laminate your fabric first and then paste it all with a suitable adhesive..
Take plastic bags of trade. put your fabric inside the bag, cover with a fine cloth (towel), and iron with an iron chaud.Faites tests because you need to adjust the temperature. Remember to iron both sides. Your support will be laminated. You will just glue it carefully, taking care of the compatibility of the two brackets.

Make one or more tests.


PostPosted: 29 Nov 2010 15:14 

There is also this:

PostPosted: 29 Nov 2010 16:38 
Thank you very much for being interested in my problem, I I actually also thought of my laminator, but I think it will not be stable enough, so the first solution is the best I think, however, I was wondering if I could not do as with the bonding pads, I I heard that you could then coat everything with a sort of varnish which became impermeable, is this true?
I really want to customize my toilet seat which is white and that does not please me, as I had a tape with the recall of the bouquet of lavender from my sails, I'm cutting the bunch and I had placed on the lid of the toilet, it would be lovely! But all is not to screw up the work! In addition, the adhesive should be valid for both hard plastic and fabric for the end.. not clear
What do you suggest?
All Yours , chantou

PostPosted: 29 Nov 2010 18:34 
Cette réponse a aidé l'auteur du sujet.
good evening

the plastic used to laminate the fabric will not rigide.Il will be formable. It remains to find the glue.

Good success!

.. And tell us! or better send us a photo of the result!
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