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Instructions Iron On
Iron On Instructions
- Patches can be ironed onto cotton, denim and wool.
- DO NOT APPLY iron on patches to waterproof rainwear, highly elasticized fabrics, rayon, nylon or similar fabrics. If unsure, test with an iron on a hidden seam or hem to see how much heat the fabric will accept without damage. Cotton and polyester fiber blends work best.
- Remember patches can also be sewn onto fabric or garments with a single or double stitch by sewing along the border of the patch for extra security.
- When using an iron, set it to cotton (up to 350 degrees farenheit).
- Place a damp cloth over the patch and iron onto desired fabric or garment while applying firm pressure for 30 seconds.
- Allow patch to cool for 5 minutes.
- Turn fabric over or garment inside-out and iron the area behind the patch applying firm pressure again for another 30 seconds.
- Allow area to cool for 5 minutes.
- You can also download a quick cheat sheet here in pdf format.
- Always turn the garment inside out during washing.
- Never use hot water or a hot dryer or you risk loosening the patch. You can try ironing them on again, but most likely if they begin to loosen, you will have to sew them on.