Fabric Guide Tip allows Fray Check liquid to be applied easily along the edge of fabric - a great solution! card size

Stop ribbons or fabrics from Fraying with Dritz Fray check. Fray Check will not discolor or stain.

Fray Check is a colorless plastic solution that stops fabric from fraying! Sewers and crafters consider it a “must-have” for their sewing baskets.

New Fine Tip
Fray Check now has a new, improved fine tip. To open the bottle for the first time, poke a hole in the tip with a fine pin. When ready to apply, gently squeeze the bottle. The new tapered point and fine “pin hole” insure a fine line during application.

Ribbons & Lace
Use Fray Check to stop fraying on cut edges of ribbons and lace. Always test in an inconspicuous area to be sure you are satisfied. Protect under area. Allow to dry. Fray Check dries clear. Plus, it’s machine washable and dry cleanable

Finishing Serged Edges
Apply a small dab of Fray Check to the corners of serged edges. Allow to dry; trim close. Use to finish corners of napkins,
1. Place a piece of cardboard between area being treated and other fabric layers. 2. Unscrew blue cap and puncture tip of bottle with straight pin. 3. Twist the applicator tightly onto the bottle until vertical lines on applicator line up with sides of bottle. 4. Hold fabric so edge passes between guides on applicator. The curved guide should be on top. Squeeze bottle gently as you move it along edge of fabric. Guides allow you to quickly and easily apply Fray Check™ to fabric's edge. 5. When project is complete, remove the applicator and rinse well to remove Fray Check™. Replace original cap on bottle. Keep cap tightly closed when not in use. CAUTION-FLAMMABLE Fray Check™ contains normal propanol alcohol. Do not use near heat or flame. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water. If irritation persists, get medical attention. Keep out of the reach of children.
How can I remove it?
Fray Check can be dissolved with household rubbing alcohol. Because alcohol may affect the color of a fabric, it is important to perform a test in an inconspicuous area to be sure there will be no color change or ring formation. To remove Fray Check: Soak the affected area in full-strength alcohol for no less than 30 minutes. The alcohol needs time to dissolve away the plastic. Rinse the fabric thoroughly with plain water. For dry clean only fabrics, request the dry cleaner to soak the garment in a solution that contains denatured alcohol.

Is it flammable?
In dried form, it is non-flammable. In liquid form, it is flammable and should be kept away from an open flame.

Is it toxic?
In dried form, Fray Check behaves like a plastic and is nontoxic. In liquid form, Fray Check is toxic. If the product is ingested, induce vomiting immediately and seek medical attention. If the product comes in contact with the eyes, flush the eyes with water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation occurs, consult a physician.

What is its composition?
Fray Check is a nylon plastic in an alcohol base.

Why does it dry white?
Because Fray Check is a plastic, it will sometimes appear white on darker fabrics (black, navy, etc.). ALWAYS perform a test on a scrap piece of your fabric to be sure you will be satisfied with the results.

Will it yellow on my garment over time?
Because Fray Check is a plastic, it may yellow over time. This is more noticeable on light-colored fabrics. Be mindful of this when applying Fray Check to the right side of any garment.