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Add this 3" iron on patch to anything you feel needs a little extra spice.



Iron on Logo Patch

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  • Step 1. Prep the Iron

    To properly affix a patch, be sure to turn up your iron to the highest heat setting. Before you get started, make sure your fabric is a match. Iron-on patches work best with materials like cottonand polyester but can seriously damage fabrics like nylon, rayon, or rain jacket material.

    Step 2. Position the Patch

    It’s important to choose the perfect position for your patch. Skipping this step can result in your hard work going to waste. If you’re centering the patch, use a measuring tape to ensure it’s in the right spot. For sleeves and lapels, consider pinning the patch in place and checking yourself in the mirror to make sure the patch is upright and in a position you like.

    Step 3. Use a Pressing Cloth

    To protect both the fabric’s surface and the patch, place a pressing cloth (you can also use a cotton pillowcase or handkerchief) between the patch and the iron. Press the iron downward and hold it in place for 30 to 45 seconds. Be careful not to move the iron around since this can inadvertently shift the position of the patch.


    Step 4. Flip and Repeat

    Once the patch is affixed to the fabric, turn the item of clothing inside out and lay it flat on your ironing board. Position the pressing cloth over the reverse side of the patch and repeat step three. Once the patch is securely attached to the garment, allow it to cool completely before wearing.


  • Once purchased please allow 2-3 days to process the order. Once the order is processed you will receive you tracking number  or your ready for pick up notice via email.

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