Secure Stitch REVIEW | Liquid Sew As Seen On TV

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What is Secure Stitch?

Secure Stitch is a liquid sewing solution that claims to repair tears, mend holes and hem clothes instantly!

Made of Nano-bond polymer, Secure Stitch alleges to weave together fibers creating an invisible and permanent bond.

It promises to be perfect for household repairs, mending clothes, embellishments, alterations, and more! Does Secure Stitch really work as promised? Send us your Secure Stitch review.

It proclaims to create a clear, washer and dryer proof bond that works with any material. Though at this very point there are no reviews to verify with Secure Stitch claims.

It promises to be perfect for a variety of materials including leather, ceramic acrylics, cotton, suede, denim, lace and so much more! Let us wait for Secure Stitch reviews to validate this claim.

It maintains it is perfect to mend rips, hem pants, repair torn upholstery repair bonds and badges and great for crafting purposes too! Such fancy claims can be substantiated only once Secure Stitch is reviewed.

Secure Stitch emphasizes it is waterproof, machine washable! It further promises it won’t bond with your skin or any other material. Such fancy claims can be substantiated only once Secure Stitch is reviewed.

 





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Secure Stitch Review

Shelly Bass purchased Secure Stitch and writes in her Secure Stitch Review that she needed to glue some patches on a jeans but it did not work and the glue ruined the fabric and made stains.

Stacey Cox, another user complains in her Secure Stitch Review that it didn’t work on swimwear.

Lillian Christensen states in her Secure Stitch review- It doesn’t work. Glued lycra patch on lycra shorts, bond was poor and easily peeled apart a week later. Stretch is minimal at best. I also tried gluing Velcro to a cotton shirt sleeve to replace a button it also achieved a very poor bond”.

Marjorie Doyle is unhappy with the Secure Stitch and her review reads- “I needed to mend a small hole in my cardigan, but the glue was unable to hold the fabric together. I ended up having to sew the hole closed and threw the bottle of glue out.”

In her review of the Secure Stitch, Gloria Tate mentions that she tried to repair a small braid rug that was coming apart but was unsuccessful. The braids did not stick together well and most of the glue got absorbed by the coarse, porous material.




Dixie Lewis complains in her Secure Stitch Review that she tried using it to glue patches to a nylon carrying case. She let it cure for 3 days pressed flat under about 25 lbs. but it would not set.

Shawna Warner tried Secure Stitch and states in her review that she attempted to repair seam on lycra fabric but after 2 hours the fabric was still slightly damp.

Violet Haynes claims in her Secure Stitch review- “This glue does seem to remain somewhat flexible, however it soaks right through the relatively thin cotton/spandex fabric and dries to be a very noticeable darker patch”.
Shannon Townsend bought Secure Stitch and mentions in her Secure Stitch review- “Good product for crafts but not really for using on clothes, maybe for a small area its fine but not for big areas”.

Antonia Dennis is not satisfied with it and her Secure Stitch review reads- “It adhered the name tag to my daughter’s jacket, but it doesn’t withstand the washer”.




Sonya Mills, another users says in her Secure Stitch review that it has a very runny consistency and hard to “control” the application because of the consistency. It runs/leaks to areas that I don’t want this showing. It dries on the fabric quickly and won’t come off. Yet, it won’t adhere the 2 pieces of fabric together. I’ve tried it on different materials, and it has not worked on anything yet- nothing has stuck”.

In her review of Secure Stitch Silvia Cohen writes- “I bought this to repair two small rips in my leather couch. It didn’t work at all. Even with me holding it together it took much longer to dry than the directions said and it still separated the moment I let go. On the plus side it didn’t discolor the leather and I was able to rub off the glue that dried on the leather. Once it dried it had the consistency of rubber cement”.

 

Being close competitors, both Secure Stitch and Tear Mender promise to bond to all fabrics but going by the reviews of both, Tear Mender seems to be the better choice to purchase. It is a latex-based adhesive for repairing fabric vinyl and leather and dries and forms an instant bond that is flexible and is waterproof, machine washable, and dry cleanable.

Tear Mender is also waterproof, UV resistant, non-flammable, and non-toxic and does not require the use of an iron, heat, or solvents to cure.

With over 101 different uses, Tear Mender forms a permanent, yet flexible, waterproof bond to any porous material.

 

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Secure Stitch Alternative – Tear Mender

Being close competitors, both Secure Stitch and Tear Mender promise to bond to all fabrics but going by the reviews of both, Tear Mender seems to be the better choice to purchase. It is a latex-based adhesive for repairing fabric vinyl and leather and dries and forms an instant bond that is flexible and is waterproof, machine washable, and dry cleanable.

Tear Mender is also waterproof, UV resistant, non-flammable, and non-toxic and does not require the use of an iron, heat, or solvents to cure.

With over 101 different uses, Tear Mender forms a permanent, yet flexible, waterproof bond to any porous material.

 

Secure Stitch Before and After
Secure Stitch Before and After

 





Secure Stitch Before and After Leather

 

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