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Iron application

What You'll Need:

  • Your iron-on patch

  • The fabric item you want to attach it to (like a jacket, backpack, or jeans)

  • An iron

  • A clean, flat surface (like an ironing board or a towel on a sturdy table)

  • A piece of thin, heat-resistant fabric (like a cotton cloth or parchment paper)



Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Start by making sure the fabric item you want to attach the patch to is clean and free from any wrinkles. Smooth it out nicely so you have a good, flat surface to work on.

  2. Set your iron to the appropriate temperature for the fabric you're working with. Most patches can be attached using a cotton setting, but be sure the fabric you're applying it to isn't something more delicate

  3. Place the patch exactly where you want it on your fabric. 

  4. Lay a thin, heat-resistant fabric (like a cotton cloth or parchment paper) over the patch. This extra layer will protect the patch and your fabric from direct heat, ensuring it doesn't get damaged.

  5. Press the iron firmly over the protected patch area. Apply even pressure for about 15-20 seconds. Flip the clothing inside out and press the patch with an iron for 20 to 30 seconds. Then carefully lift the iron and the protective fabric. Let the patch cool down for a minute or two. 

  6. Gently tug at the edges of the patch to make sure it's securely attached. If it peels up, repeat the ironing process for a few more seconds.

    Congratulations! You've successfully attached your iron-on patch. Now, proudly flaunt your stylish creation!🌈👕👖🎉


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