Rated 3 out of 5 by 1
Rated 3 out of 5 by ZubieJen It works and it's cheap, but it's not perfect.
It does what it's supposed to. A couple of tips:
1. Iron on a light, solid-colored ironing surface. White is best.
2. Use parchment paper or an applique pressing sheet. This stuff sticks, which is obviously what it's for. However, with some fusible grids, you can directly iron the back (the non-sticky side). Don't attempt it with this. I've melted a few projects, which did not make me happy.
I'm recommending the product, but with reservations. I'm a budget shopper, and while another product I've used is much more user-friendly, it's out of my price range, so I will continue to use this product, as it works. However, if price was not an issue, I would use a different product.
March 8, 2015