It is sometimes necessary to remove Wondaweb from clothing, for re-adjusting or to alter the length, but what is the best way to go about it? There are two best methods:
Method 1: Pressing:
In this method one will need a soft, clean and damp pressing cloth which should be thoroughly damp and re-wet for each pressing with a hot iron.
a) With the soft, clean cloth cover the area of web to be removed.
b) The cloth should be covered with a damp pressing cloth and press with a hot, dry iron until the soft cloth is very damp and hot.
c) When the soft cloth is considered to be really damp and hot, then it should be lifted sharply from the fabric. The unwanted web will be removed by that action.
d) Above actions 1, 2 and 3 should be repeated until the web has been removed or softened to an acceptable level.
Notes to be considered: A clean portion of cloth should be used for each pressing and care should be taken not to contaminate the fabric from other areas of the cloth already used for removing the web.
Method 2: Isopropyl-Alcohol solution
Suggestion for the people is to buy a few milliliters of Isopropyl-Alcohol, obtainable from chemists and make up a solution of this by adding 10% volume of water and gently warming the resultant mixture (9 parts Isopropyl-Alcohol to 1 part water).
The affected area should then be dabbed lightly with a soft cloth using a blotter behind to catch the surplus solution. Repeat this action until the residue is removed.
Note to be considered: It is strongly recommend that one try this solution on a small piece of fabric before using overall.
Wundaweb is a fine fusable fleece which bonds fabrics together quickly & easily, providing a natural firmly joined finish. It is perfect for many jobs and especially useful as it can be removed.
One can use it to repair trouser pockets, mainly, and would recommend to any lady with such tedious tasks. The wonderweb work on almost all the fabrics it can be used to put hems on jeans and skirt like dresses too. It is described as extra strong.
One has to simply put, a wondaweb is a soft nylon fleece that is feels like gauze, and comes wrapped around a card for smaller lengths and in a roll kind of shape for longer lengths. It bonds the fabric together and is washable and dry cleanable.
However, sometimes the web sticks to the bottom of the iron. In such cases, one must immediately take dry cotton and wipe it clean, otherwise it would result in a sticky residue on the plate of the iron, and that person runs the risk of having the same on any of the clothes their iron hereon.
Further, in order to again extend your curtain to fit longer lengths, all you need to do to break the bond is to place the damp cloth again, out a hot iron for 10 seconds, and just peel apart the fabric.