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Helping Hand Fabric Stretcher Tool

The Helping Hand Fabric Stretcher Tool is great for:
• Straightening the weave when installing directional or patterned fabrics
• Tightening the fabric to remove bulges and wrinkles
• Providing extra fabric to roll into the frame when fabric is trimmed too closely
• See videos below on how to use it

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    FABRIC STRETCHER / HELPING HAND

    This tool grips the fabric allowing you to pull it slightly in one direction and is perfect for aligning the weave on directional and patterned fabrics. It is also useful in removing bulges or wrinkles after the fabric is initially rolled into the frame. It can also be used to stretch the fabric and allow more material to be rolled into the frame in the event the fabric is trimmed too close to the panel edge.

    When used properly it will not damage the fabric and will prevent you from having to touch the fabric directly with your hands and possibly soiling it. Please see our informative videos below on how to use this versatile tool.


    PRODUCT VIDEOS

     
     
     
    How to use the Fabricmate Helping Hand ToolFabricmate Helping Hand Tool - Tips & TechniquesFabricmate Basic Installation Hand Tools Overview

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