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Give your project a finished look with Cardinal Suede-Tex Fiber that resembles velvet.
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Product Name Price Qty
Cardinal Suede-Tex Adhesive, 8 oz.
Cardinal Suede-Tex Adhesive, 8 oz. Item #: 73130
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$13.99
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Cardinal Suede-Tex Fibers, 3 oz.
Cardinal Suede-Tex Fibers, 3 oz. Item #: 73080
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$13.99
Each

Mini-Flocker Suede-Tex Fibers & Adhesive - Cardinal

Item #
GRP40271
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Mini-Flocker Suede-Tex Fibers & Adhesive - Cardinal
Mini-Flocker Suede-Tex Fibers & Adhesive - Cardinal

It's easy to apply a durable, professional looking interior liner that resembles velvet. Just apply the undercoat adhesive and then spray on the fibers to give your project a cardinal red finish. Adhesive covers approximately 10-12 square feet. You will need adhesive and fibers as well as the Mini-Flocker Applicator (#28035 sold separately) to apply suede textures to a surface. Squeeze the tube to spray Suede Tex fibers. Using a separate tube for each color is recommended.

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(1) Cardinal Suede-Tex Adhesive, 8 oz. OR (1) Cardinal Suede-Tex Fibers, 3 oz.
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Brand No
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 1.0000
Tech Spec
  • Adhesive: 8 oz.
  • Fiber: 3 oz.
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Hardware Type No
4.8 / 5.0
11 Reviews
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works really well and is simple to use and the end product is great.
April 21, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Flocking for keepsake boxes
This was the first time I used this product and I was very pleased with the results.
I will buy again.
Grandkids Valentine boxes
Flocking was easy to use and worked!
February 13, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Make the Project look Professional
I have viewed the process on-line and ordered it and have to tell ya, that it worked great giving me a great finished project.
December 15, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
First attempt at flocking
Just tried it today inside a small box. Directions easy to follow. Worked perfectly. Beautiful results. Tried the red. Now, I’ll buy other colors for future boxes.
Directions easy to follow.  Worked perfectly.  Beautiful results.  Tried the red.
Directions easy to follow. Worked perfectly. Beautiful results. Tried the red.
November 10, 2017
Purchased
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Flocking
I use it for bandsaw boxes & standup jewelry cases.
Easy to use and gives an even velvety look and feel. Definitely will continue to utilize this product.
October 9, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
easy process, great result
Easy to apply & the finished product looks wonderful.
May 29, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Great Product - Adhesive
This was my first time to use suede tex products and found it to be a very fine product. Instructions were clear and the end results looked pretty close to a pro's work.
Pistol case - be sure a apply the adhesive thick enough to get a solid coverage.
Pistol case - be sure a apply the adhesive thick enough to get a solid coverage.
March 28, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I just used the product about two hours ago. Very happy with the results so far. Need to let it dry for fifteen or twenty hours to see the finished product. Looks very promising so far.
For never using the product before I though it was quite easy.
December 16, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Just Make Sure Adhesive Goes On Evenly
I have a little Chinese Bronze Age style urn that I had lined with dark red velvet years ago with poor results. I purchased the product hoping to give the interior a plush velvet lined look.

To make the inside of the urn more even and level, I used some acrylic clear self leveling gel. When I was reasonably satisfied with the interior contours of the urn, I roughed the surface of the gel with sandpaper.

I tested the process of using this product on a piece of scrap plastic and was able to see that the above is the only big thing that I had to be careful about.

I think most importantly:
Apply the adhesive liberally.
]Have mineral spirits available for clean up.

The mini-flocker did a nice job applying the fibers. After I finished with application of the fibers, I let the project sit undisturbed.

After a day, I knocked off the excess fibers and was rewarded with a very plush looking interior.

I checked the manufacturer's website (flockit dot com). Looks like you can even get custom fibers of different colors and length.
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June 19, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Good but messy
Works well. Best to do small section at a time. Next time I wii do it inside plastic lined box to contain the mess better. Also will use a mask!
April 30, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
making my first jewelry box
Darrel M on Aug 20, 2018
Having just taken up band saw box creation, the need to line the box's drawers arose. This option was recommended by the course instructor. This color offers a pleasing contrast to my other selection - Medium Blue.
Dan on May 21, 2018
making my first jewelry box
Darrel M on Aug 20, 2018
It works great and easy to use. And looks good after application.
FERNANDO T on Jun 10, 2018
Having just taken up band saw box creation, the need to line the box's drawers arose. This option was recommended by the course instructor. This color offers a pleasing contrast to my other selection - Medium Blue.
Dan on May 21, 2018
i was out
RONALD S on Apr 20, 2018
We had flocking fiber left but ran out of adhesive. So much easier to flock than to line a box with felt or velvet. Great look, makes a wooden box into a custom casket.
Rebecca S on Feb 3, 2018
used blue and wanted to try red
Robert O on Jan 23, 2018
I a making music box for my granddaughter and wanted to line the inside
Paul M on Jan 21, 2018
I tried this for a few project and it worked out very well in the navy blue so I wanted to get a few more colors.
Daniel L on Jan 4, 2018
I wanted to use a professional flocking product, and we used to visit Rockler in Cambridge, MA and know they only carry the best.
Michelle W on Jan 2, 2018
I made a wedding ring box
carl l on Oct 17, 2017
its the only way to go when applying fibers
Richard T on Sep 2, 2017
Jewelry box interior
Mickey C on Aug 11, 2017
Finishing inside of display boxes
William W on May 15, 2017
Easy to use. Covers well. No measuring and cutting to get proper fit, as you must do with fabric.
Jerry M on Apr 23, 2017
Used before and like
James G on Apr 1, 2017
A new product for me and I wanted to try it out. Regular felt stretches to easily.
Dennis B on Dec 15, 2016
I can't find them in local stores
Bill I on Sep 30, 2016
It works great and easy to use. And looks good after application.
FERNANDO T on Jun 10, 2018
i was out
RONALD S on Apr 20, 2018
would you describe the adhesive that comes with this product and how it is applied?
Rodger S on Jun 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Its a liquid and I apply it with a brush . Then I put the flocking on and let it dry overnight . Then I lightly tap the project and let excess fall on newspaper to reuse later . Hope this helps
can I use spray on contact glue for the flock?
Bill S on Oct 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't recommend spray on contact because it is not thick enough and it is not the color of the flock u are sprsying. The matches color glue that is for the flock holds more flock and also hides imperfections
I used the red flocking fibers and the appropriate adhesive and I got spotty results. I've done this once before and the results were fantastic. I did seal the wood first as instructed with polyurethane both last time and this time. Can I do a second coat or is there a better solution?
Michael Paparo on Apr 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I've used the system several times without problem. Perhaps you let the adhesive begin to dry too long before applying the fibers. Don't know. I know you have to work fast with it. But you may be able to dab the adhesive in the bare spots and apply. I wouldn't apply the adhesive to the entire project for fear you'd have a real mess. The only other possibility would be to scrap off as much of the fibers as possible and apply the adhesive to the 'almost' bare wood. I hope you find the solution. It does make a nice finish for certain projects. I made a silverware box for my wife and me and a ceremonial cedar box for a customer. Good luck.
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