When a top quality embroidered patch add a piece of environmental protection hot melt glue on the backing, it is an iron-on patch. When the glue is heated to 150 degrees, it will stick perfectly to your clothes. If you think sewing a patch a hassle, Custom an iron-on Patch is the best solution.
Dany Patches offer various backing support for your choice, such as iron-on backing, plastic backing, adhesive backing, velcro backing, and paper backing. One of the most popular backings is iron-on backing. It's not hard to imagine why it's the most popular. Because it is easier to use than other backing methods, and it is a low cost. All you need is an iron. It's easy to get because almost every home has an iron, that the patch can then be easily attached to the garment with a few simple steps:
1. Just put the patch on the clothing and cover it with a thin fabric to prevent scalding.
2. Then set the temperature to 150℃ and put the iron on to the patch, and press it back and forth for about 20-30 seconds.
3. Apply the same pressing technique on the other side of the garment, again using a fabric to cover the garment to avoid burns.
4. Don't pick it with your hands until it's cooled, if not the patch won't hold properly. Once it's cooled, your patch will be perfectly fixed to the garment.
Custom iron on patches are very widely used，you can custom iron on patches for hats, custom large iron-on patches for motorcycle vests, custom iron on name patches for T-shirts, and more clothing.
Please Ensure that your iron is set to 150 degrees Celsius or the cotton and linen sets. If you use a hot stamping machine to press the patch, please set the machine's pressure to 3kgs and 150 degrees Celsius.
However, it should be noted that not all clothing materials are suitable for ironing. For example, High-stretch fabrics or leather clothing are not suitable for ironing. Because ironing requires moving the iron back and forth, fabrics with high elasticity will have a hard time holding it in place during ironing. As for leather fabric, it will easily shrink or even burns when it encounters high temperatures. The best fabrics for ironing patches are denim, polyester, nylon, or canvas. If you are not sure whether your fabric is ironed or not, please feel free to send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm.
Please don't worry if you have ordered the iron backing embroidered patches that your clothing is not suitable for ironing, then you can use sewing to fix your patches. The iron backing will not affect the sewing, and it will even make your patches feel stronger and remain in shape after multiple piles of washings. In any case, if you're not sure if your outfit is right for iron-on backing, please consult our patch experts before you are custom patches, and they'll be happy to give you the best advice.
If you follow our instructions to press the patch, the patch will not come off easily under normal washing. But if you're customizing a large iron-on patch, it's best to sew around the edge of the patch to make sure it stays in place, as the large patch will be scraped by other clothes during machine washing and cause the edges may to come off. For large iron-on patches, the best way is to wash your clothes by hand. That way it won't fall off.
Dany Patches customizes patches for any personal or corporate use, so you don't have to worry about your order quantity is large or small. We don't limit any minimum order quantity here, whether you order 10 pieces or hundreds of pieces. You will receive a very high-quality custom patch here. Let start your Custom Iron On Patches here today, Get a 10% discount on your first custom patches order!
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