Sep 09, 2021 - 09:19 AM
This only occurs if the product is held too close to the fabric and the resulting spot you see is a build up of the propellant (not the actual KK 2000), because of the closeness of the spray. You want to stay about 6" away from the fabric when you spray. I know it's tempting to move closer for small items, I've done it too. But if you put the item in a box (I use a shirt type box that we use at Christmas time for gifts), there is no worry that there might be over-spray. And the plus side of keeping and reusing this box, is that it does become tacky over time, and then little pieces don't even move when placed in the box and sprayed.
More importantly, the spots should come out with denatured alcohol (available in hardware stores). Rubbing alcohol is more harsh, and I would not try it on a finished project. I have been told people have used it, but it could affect the color. If that does not work (and that would be very rare), you could have it dry-cleaned. Take the can to the dry-cleaner to show him what it was.
Another thought...if you are spraying heavily or too closely because you think you need extra stick...I find that if you lightly spray the two pieces that you are putting together, rather than heavily on one piece, it works better. It's rare to need this kind of stickiness, but I've done that when I've had some awkward piece that I was using for computerized embroidery on 3-D item like a jewelry case.
I'm sorry this happened, but I'm sure it can be fixed.