Repairing Underwear That is Glued Not Sewn

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When pricy underwear that is glued together comes apart, it may need to be returned to the store, sewn or glued again with a clothing adhesive.
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September 23, 2012

I have Victoria Secret underwear that are put together will some type of adhesive. Does anyone know how to put the ends back together when they come undone?

By Anna W

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February 9, 20200 found this helpful
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When I have had a problem in the past with my Victoria Secret bras (underwire coming out, etc.), I would take them back for store credit. I have done this a couple of time over the years. I would try that first before trying to repair it.

If you do repair them yourself, I would sew it together. Sports bras deal with more sweat and heat than your normal bra and this might weaken the glue bond.

Good luck!

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September 25, 20120 found this helpful

Personally have never heard of such a thing as underwear (especially expensive VS underwear) put together with adhesive. The only thing I can think of is the 'break away' panties that have velcro fasteners attached to them for quick and easy removal from the body.

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If that's the case and adhesive was used to put the velcro fasteners on then just simply sew the fasteners back on.

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September 18, 20160 found this helpful

I am looking for the same type of adhesive. Victoria's Secret uses adhesive glue for a lot of their panties and some bras (instead of sewing them). I looked up fabric glues, but most of them appear to be toxic and I really would like something non-toxic for clothing/intimates. Any help would be appreciated!!

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October 17, 20190 found this helpful

I thought I was the only nut looking for an answer to this question. Has anyone tried ironing to reactivate the glue?

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