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Skull Patches for Jackets
Skull Patches for Jackets
Skull Patches for Jackets with 75% coverage.
Red Skull Iron On Patches
Red Skull Iron On Patches
Red Skull Iron On Patches in 3.5 inch diameter, with 100% embroidery.
Mr Skull Iron On Patches
Mr Skull Iron On Patches
Mr Skull Iron On Patches in red hat and red tie.
Skull Iron On Patches
Skull Iron On Patches
Skull Iron On Patches with 75% embroidery.
Tee Shirt Iron On Patches
Tee Shirt Iron On Patches
Tee Shirt Iron On Patches with 50% coverage.
Sub Zero Robotics Iron On Patches
Sub Zero Robotics Iron On Patches
Sub Zero Robotics Iron On Patches is 4*2.9 inches, with 75% embroidered patches.
Fashion Skull Iron On Patches
Fashion Skull Iron On Patches
Size 3.6''*6'' for Fashion Skull Iron On Patches.
Let Us Sing Iron On Patches
Let Us Sing Iron On Patches
Let Us Sing Iron On Patches measures 2 inches, with 75% Embroidry.
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How to iron on patches

Do you want to show your professional band proudly on the sleeve of your jacket, or do you want to show off your skills in the summer camp on your backpack? Iron on patches are a great way to express your personality, as well as hide the damaged parts of your clothes and accessories. After receiving your new iron on patches, you should know how to make iron on patches onto the fabric, and make sure the patches stay the same after washing.


Step 1 Check if your custom patches are iron on patches

There are so many types of patches , such as custom embroidered patches. In order to better iron on the iron on patches, you need to check if your patch is an iron on patch. Because there are so many different kinds of patches and backings, if you iron on the velcro patches, the effect will be not good.

Step 2 Think about what clothes you want to put on the patches

Denim and cotton are great choices for patches, but don't use some delicate fabrics such as silk or lace. You can check the label of the clothes. If it is not recommended to iron on the specific clothes, the ironing icon on the label will be crossed.

Step 3 Decide where to put the patch on your clothes

If you put the patch on a shirt, the patch can be placed on the chest, chest pocket or sleeve, which works best. If the patch is small, it looks great on the collar. If you put the patch on the jacket, it is usually best to choose the position of the sleeve or chest pocket. There is no limit about where to put the patch design on the clothes, just pay attention size, shapes. No matter where you think it looks good, just go ahead and do it!

Step 4 Ready for ironing surface

You can use an ironing board. If you don't have an ironing board, put a towel or cut a piece of fabric on the table to prevent any heat from being transferred to the table. And you can fix the surface with zigzag stitch.

Step 5 Ready for the iron

Plug the iron in and set the temperature. The iron has different settings for different fabrics. Do not use steam settings and check if there has water in the iron.

Step 6 Ironing your clothes

Before any treatment of the patch, the first thing you need to do is to iron on the clothes and check if the clothes are wrinkled and have stick fabric fuse.

Step 7 Attach your patches on the clothes

Be sure to put the position the patch you want to, making sure it is the style you want. Once you've patched it, you can't move it anymore.

Step 8 Cover the patch with a thin towel

Towels can protect the patch, remember not to put the iron directly on the patch. After you have covered the patch, don't move it.

Step 9 Press down the iron

Place the iron on the area where has patch and press down the iron as much pressure as possible, stay for about 15 seconds, then remove the iron.

Step 10 Remove the iron

After removing the iron, let the patch cool for one to two minutes. Let the patch cool down before moving the clothes. The advantage of ironing on patches is that it needn't sewing machine, transfer paper and transfer sheets. And it needn't embroidery hoop and embroidery thread.

Step 11 Check if the patch is pasted

Use your finger to touch the edge of the patch gently. Check if the patch is moving or the edge is raised. If this is the case, cover it again with a towel and press it again for 10 seconds.

Step 12 Ironing is complete

Continue to observe your patch and check if it is properly pasted.


Caring for your patches

Ironing on the patch is permanent, but after multiple cleanings, they will loosen over time. If possible, wash your clothes in cold water with your hands and then air dry. If you are interested in ordering your own custom iron on patches, please email us at Info@GS-JJ.com or call us at 1-888-864-4755 or fill out a free quote form on our website!

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