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The selection of optimum conditions depend upon type of fabric, part of garment to be fused & type of fusing machine. We recommend preliminary fusing tests to choose the most adequate fusing conditions.

• In order to achieve a proper bond strength with your fabric, fusible interfacing requires perfect combination of the following:-
- Temperature
- Pressure
- Time

• Adjust your fusing condition as recommended by supplier, make sure the fusing machine temperature has reached it's saturation point, check/adjust the air/hand pressure and fusing speed.

• Apply the interfacing to a scrap of your fabric before you start the production.

• After the interfacing has been bonded and cooled down, check the bonding strength by trying to peel the layers apart by hand or tool gauge. If the bond strength is insufficient, try to re-fuse with more heat, time, or pressure. Also make sure the adhesive doesn't strike-back or strike-through your fabric. The interfacing has to have the degrees of the hand-feel you require.

• A steam-bursting to the interfacing before fusing will help bonding the interfacing lightly to your fabric and it won’t shift during the fusing process.

• Do not touch or move your fused piece while its still warm, leave it un-touch until it's completely cool down. Moving the piece while it’s still warm could badly influence the bonding strength.

Here are the recommendation for different types of fabrics:-

• For LIGHT weight fabric with interfacing.
Temperature : 115 to 125˚C
Pressure : 0.5 to 1.5 kg/cm²
Time : 10 to 12 seconds

• For MEDIUM weight fabric with interfacing.
Temperature : 130 to 150˚C
Pressure : 2 to 3 kg/cm²
Time : 12 to 16 seconds

• For HEAVY weight fabric with interfacing.
Temperature : 150 to 170˚C
Pressure : 3 to 4 kg/cm²
Time : 16 to 20 seconds

Fusible interfacing isn’t appropriate for all kinds of fabric. We do not recommend to use fusible interfacing with highly textured fabrics, napped fabrics, heat sensitive fabrics and open texture fabrics etc.

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