Using Wonder-Under Fusible Web?

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August 13, 2014

Can you apply a 2nd layer of Wonder-Under over the residue of the 1st application? I applied Wonder-Under the first time and something went horribly wrong because the fused together fabrics seized up into large waves. I separated the fabrics successfully, but there is still a bit of Wonder-Under residue left on one of the fabrics. Will it adhere properly, if I apply another layer of Wonder-Under over the old leftover residue?

By Sabrina


June 10, 20180 found this helpful

I have used wunder under quite a bit and I believe you should be able to just put it overtop the first one as long as the first layer is still smooth and not bumpy it should work.

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June 10, 20180 found this helpful

Check with where you bought the fabric or call the Pellon (the maker). Their link is


I remember going buying it a while back and the girl telling me she had bad experiences working with it on the fabric I was buying and actually recommended another option that worked better..sorry I am having a senior moment on the fabric type...but better safe than sorry.

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June 10, 20180 found this helpful

Just to clarify...she said the fabric type I was using would cause that wavy issue you described...which is why I suggest asking since you don't want to have it happen again. As for having to remove and reuse on the same fabric, I never had that experience, but I am sure their customer services could tell you. Hope it works for you!!

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June 10, 20180 found this helpful

I dont see an issue with doing this.

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