When deciding which product is best suited for your needs, nothing is more important than understanding the differences in threads.
Non-bonded thread is what you might typically find when searching for threads. They are easily manufactured and represent no efforts to enhance or guarantee quality. Expect unbonded threads to fray, break and lint.
Out bonded thread
Internally bonded thread
Out-bonded thread is the most commonly found bonded thread. The coating mechanism involves covering the thread in its adhesive/wax or glue. The result is a thread that is useful only for a limited time. The exterior coating will also shed a layer when going through your machine, resulting in dramatic discoloration.
Internally bonded thread (IBP)'s bonding mechanism is guaranteed at a microscopic level. The bonding process is a precise and patented science. The lack of outer bonding means our thread will suffer zero discoloration when going through your machine, leave no chafe or residue for you to deal with and our UV protective/resistant dye will guarantee the thread retains its color even after long hours of exposure.