11 High Quality Japanese Professional Tools + Soldering Iron for flower 220V + Video lessons

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$96.00
+ $16.00 shipping
$96.00
+ $16.00 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from Ukraine

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Made in Japan

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Japanese professional flower making master set of 11 tools + 1 soldering iron with power regulator 220V with stand

+ Video tutorial in English. DVD disc with master classes, how to make flowers from cloth in English other languages.

Designed for Japanese "somebana" flower making technique and also suitable for traditional European as well. Tools can be used for work with or with leather.

6 balls of the following diameters:

- 1 Radius ball 30
- 1 Radius ball 25
- 1 Radius ball 20
- 1 Radius ball 15
- 1 Radius ball 10
- 1 Radius ball 0.4

- Non-forgettable flower making tool
- Hook for processing rose petals
- Chrysanthemum tool 2 groove
- Knife of making veins
- Tool making herbs and flower stems

HOW TO USE
Just insert the tool into heating source of the iron and plug in. Wait for some minutes and you can start working. The small tools are heated much faster than the large ones.
You can change the tool in the hot soldering iron, but do it carefully, remember it’s hot. Just turn off the iron, pull out the tool using thick fabric or some rag and insert the next one. Please don’t pull strongly. If tool stocked in the tube just turn it slightly. After only a couple of minutes, the next tool will be ready to work.
From time to time you have to turn off your soldering iron.
If the soldering iron is plug in during long time, it may result in overheating, burn your fabric and break down.

Soldering iron with temperature control

The inside diameter of the iron’s head is 6 mm. The soldering iron has an European plug. If you need adapter for your country, please contact me.

HOW TO USE

Just insert the tool into heating source of the iron and plug in. Wait for some minutes and you can start working. The small tools are heated much faster than the large ones.

You can change the tool in the hot soldering iron, but do it carefully, remember it’s hot. Just turn off the iron, pull out the tool using thick fabric or some rag and insert the next one. Please don’t pull strongly. If tool stocked in the tube just turn it slightly. After only a couple of minutes, the next tool will be ready to work.

Turn on the iron’s controller on minimum for work with fabric and on the middle for work with leather.
Please remember that it's easy to work with natural fabric(by Japanese technology: silk, satin etc.) However an artificial/synthetic fabric melts under the high temperature. You should look on the tissue and switch off the iron time to time.

If the soldering iron is plug in during long time, it may result in overheating, burn your fabric and break down.

Turn off the soldering iron and remove tool from the iron when you are finished work with them. Let the iron cool completely before storing. Never leave iron unattended. When not using, be sure the tip of the iron is properly supported above the table on the supplied rest.

When using iron for the first time, it may evolve a small amount of smoke. This is normal and will stop after a few minutes when the protective oil is burned off.

Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) is a colourless polymer, non-toxic and is one of the substances used in the textile industry to give fabrics certain qualities, such as stiffness, wrinkle-proofness, and water-repellence. A flower made from fabric that has been processed with PVA is water-resistant and maintains its shape in any weather.

You can make 1L - 1.5L of stiffener solution from 100g of Polyvinyl Alcohol powder. PVA solution can be stored over a long period of time in a dark, dry place, closed hermetically with a lid.

My recipe/instruction for preparing and applying PVA solution to different fabrics will be sent to you after the purchase.
You can also buy
high elastic sponge cushion (pads) for making flowers -
https://www.etsystudio.com/listing/217709676/three-high-elastic-sponge-pad-cushion?ref=shop_home_active_2



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Article arrivé bien plus tard que les 3-5 jours ouvrés indiqués ( 3 semaines plus tard). Pas de tuto vidéo promis (c'était un critère d'achat pour moi) et quand j'ai contacté la vendeuse elle m'a dit qu'en fait, elle va m'envoyer un lien ... bref, une vidéo que je peux trouver moi-même sur le net. Le fer dégage une odeur très désagréable. J'espère que ça passera après un peu plus d'utilisation. Article décevant et pas donné!
1 day ago by MEYER LAVIGNE
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The shipping was very disappointing. The item did finally arrive but was overdue
May 9, 2018 by Janet Grant

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Arrives from Ukraine
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