Prym Fray Check

£4.58 ex. VAT

Prevents fabric from fraying and secures thread ends

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Prym Fray Check is a colourless liquid that strengthens and binds fabric. Preventing fabric and textiles from fraying it works well on seams, hems, buttonholes, collars, cuffs, braids and appliqué.
Fray stop is a colourless liquid that prevents stressed areas; such as button holes, seams, shirt collars, and cuffs; from fraying by reinforcing the fibres. When sewing the edges of curves, Fray Check can be applied to the edge of the curves, which are then conveniently cut before turning and without fraying. This sealing solution gives rolled seams a stable finish. It can even be use to provide a fray-free seal to the edges of self-cut fabric motifs. 22.5 ml of fray stop are included in the dosing bottle with the pipette-like opening. Only after multiple washes can the effect of the fibre-reinforcing liquid can lightly subside. This treatment can be repeated as often as desired.
Similar to Fray Stop Glue, it is washable and dry cleanable and remains flexible.
Potential Uses:
– Fabric
– Textiles
– Seams
– Hems
– Buttonholes
– Collars
– Cuffs
– Braids
– Appliqué
tip
Test on a small area of material first. Use carefully on the cut edge of the fabric and allow to dry before use.

Article 968020
Prim, fraycheck, freycheck, frey, checker

Additional information

Weight 100 g

1 review for Prym Fray Check

  1. Alison

    I first heard of this via an online US video & wondered how useful it was – I use it often now. It does stop fraying but you must test it on your fabric first as it can show on certain colours & fabrics. It has saved me many times!

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