What is the best glue to use to put on rynstones on fabrics?

q what is the best glue to use to put on rynstones on fabrics i make pur
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  • Ana Bacallao Ana Bacallao on Nov 24, 2017
    That's pretty! I would use the E600 glue. squir a small amount on a piece of wax paper or aluminum foil and use a stick to dab the glue on the fabric to apply the rhinestone. It holds very well.

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Nov 24, 2017
    Fabric glue or Gorilla glue will work great, but you still ought to wash the garment by hand. The friction in a washing machine might break or damage rhinestones. The photo you posted shows real style. 😇

  • Janet Panos Janet Panos on Nov 24, 2017
    Hello! It is a good thing you asked because there are some glues you definitely do not want to use to apply rhinestones to fabric. I am providing a link below that you can click on to view the glues that are best and those you should avoid for this particular project. My personal suggestion and the glue I have found most successful is E-6000.

  • Kim Kim on Nov 24, 2017
    E6000 would not be right for this project. What about Gutermann glue? https://clutch-me.com/2010/04/27/tips-gutermann-glue-for-your-clutches/

  • 27524803 27524803 on Nov 24, 2017
    Joann's has a "hot glue" system to apply crystals and gems to fabric items... it involves a special applicator which heats the special glue that comes on the back of the "jewels"... I found it in the area with the Sawarski (sp) crystals.. I used it on a blouse that has lace applique accents... and it has been washed numerous times and has not lost a jewel...

  • William William on Nov 24, 2017
    I go with Anna Bacallao and Janet Panos. E6000 is my go to. Use a toothpick to dab on the glue.

  • Judy H Judy H on Nov 26, 2017
    The dance studio my granddaughter goes to uses E6000 to attach rhinestones to their costumes. There’s a special attachment they use on the tip that allows them to put a very small amount directly to the fabri. Works great.

  • Itsmemic Itsmemic on Nov 26, 2017
    go to any craft store and see what is recommended. Simple

  • Grainne Grainne on Nov 26, 2017
    I use a glue called Gem tack. I purchased on Amazon. I think it works great.

  • Jackie Jackie on Nov 27, 2017
    Clear E 6000...stands up even in the dryer. As stated above,use a toothpick. The glue tends to have long string hairs ,kinda like the cheese on a pizza when you lift a slice. Walmart carries multiple types of e6000,craft section,cheapest I've found

  • Michelle Leslie Michelle Leslie on Jul 05, 2020

    Hi there, I love using a web site called "This to That" - https://www.thistothat.com/ to figure out what the best glue is for projects. You just need to enter the two things you want to glue together and they'll tell what to use.

  • Michelle Leslie Michelle Leslie on Dec 05, 2020

    Hi there, I realize this is quite an old question, but I thought I'd share this brilliant site that let's you enter what you want to glue to what and it will tell you the best glue to use - https://www.thistothat.com/ I always use it to check first.