Our heat seal backing are made to last with a durable adhesive that will keep your patch in place. We use professional-grade viscose thread that keep you morale high for army and police patches. Give your hat, left chest patches an aesthetic touch with solid glue support on the back. Tell us your creative approach to decorating your clothing line and start ups for shirts, jackets, socks, pants and sport hats. We recommend a professional-grade heat press machine is the best way to attach your heat seal patches. However, you can also put our iron on patches on apparel using regular iron. Design your own patch with our customized get-a-quote form below.
Make Your Own Iron On Label
A time comes in everyone’s life when our favorite jacket or shirt gets old. But you don’t want to reject it. So, the question is how to wear it again and again. No worry, you can make it a little stylish by adding iron-on patches. The best thing about these patches is you can add them on your own. You do not need to throw any of your favorite or expensive clothing, bag, or shirt now.
If you don’t know how to iron on patches, do not get upset. In this read, you will learn the step-by-step process of adding patches to clothes.
Things You Need
- An iron,
- An iron board
- A patch of your choice
- A thin piece of cloth to avoid direct heat on your patch and cloth
- And, of course, the selection of fabric you need to personalize.
Whether you have done iron-on patches or you are getting the start. you should know that some types of fabrics do not work well with them, including
- and waterproof material
So the question is how to add patches on them as most bags or jackets comprise leather or waterproof material?
The answer is you can sew patches instead of iron.
It works well on
So the point is whenever you start iron-on patches, first check the type of fabric and have a look at the labels. Precaution is better than cure!
Applying An iron On Logo
1. Set Your Iron At Max
To add the patches correctly, you need to set your iron on the maximum heating number.
Iron is quite common in every house, but sometimes you do not have excess or iron not functioning. In that way, you can also use a hair straightener.
2. Setup The Design
Place the cloth that you want to personalize on the iron board.
Now place the patch on the spot where you want to add it.
Remember, the adhesive side or the side without design should be placed flat.
- If you are ironing on shoes with a curve shape, you face difficulty, put the towel inside them to get the desired result.
- Patches should place in a way that does not move around while ironing.
3. Use A Pressing Cloth and Iron-On It
If you want to avoid burning patches or fabric, put a thin cloth on the patch and iron it. But do not move your iron forward or backward. Instead, place it in the desired place and hold it for 30 to 45 seconds and press the iron down on the patch.
4. Flip and repeat step 3
When you see the patch has stuck at the spot, flip your cloth from the backside, place the pressing cloth on it, and start ironing. Repeat this step 3 to 4 time
NOTE: If you add a patch on a thing that can not flip, apply the iron directly to the patch in a circular motion for seconds.
Leave it to cool. Now your old cloth has a fresh look and style.
Frequently asked questions
What are iron-on patches?
Iron-on patches contain an adhesive layer or glue on the backside. And it will stick to your fabric when you do ironing.
What do iron-on patches look like?
The iron-on patches have a shining back because of the adhesive and plastic layer. It does not feel sticky, but when you apply heat, they stick to the fabric.
Are iron-on patches permanent or last?
No, it loses with time. But hand washing in cold water increases its life of sticking.
What if my iron-on not sticking?
There might be some flat reasons why your iron on patch not sticking. Check if everything is right under this checklist;
- The surface is not flat.
- Time of ironing. You need to iron it for at least 15 seconds.
- Pressure applying is not enough.
- The fabric material is not friendly to stick.
- You are not ironing it on both sides (outside or inside)
What’s the minimum quantity I can order?
You can place an order for at least 10 units.
Can I get my order free of cost in Michigan?
Yes absolutely, we offer all states free of cost shipping.
Can I get a sample sew out before order?
Yes, you can have an actual sew out sample of your logo with just 20% down payment.