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Custom iron on Patches
Bring brands to buyer’s attention using our high quality and affordable iron-on patches. Design at their demand or upload a logo to any shape or size patch for a shirt or hat. At the same time, benefit from fast delivery and a dedicated customer service team to match.
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Step 1 : Customize
Step 2: Upload design
Step 3: Digital approval
Step 4: Production&Ship
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Frequently asked questions
What is the best way to apply a patch?
Most of the time, sew-on patches are harder to apply, as not everyone has access to a sewing machine. Therefore it's best to iron on a patch as opposed to sewing. To iron on a patch, you will need to place your iron on a high heat and iron. However, don't press on for an extended period as your clothing may become melted or damaged. Plus, you can't use fabrics like nylon or leather to iron on patches.
What is the time it takes to iron on a patch?
Before time is considered, you will want to preheat the place you want to apply the fabric. Next, put the patch on top of the surface and place your patch over the material. Following this, press down using a heat press for 12 seconds or with an iron for 30 seconds. Make sure you do not move the iron and apply pressure when holding it down while doing this.
What fabrics are suitable for iron-on patches?
The best materials for iron-on patches to work are cotton and polyester. If you use nylon, rain jacket like materials or raylon, they can become damaged.
What fabric would you recommend for an iron-on transfer?
Ideally, we would suggest applying a patch onto cotton. This is because cotton serves as a natural fiber and can tackle heat up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. To keep the fabric in its original form, make sure you don't iron your clothes with a wrinkle-resistant finish.
What is the first step to creating my patch?
Visit our website, add information, choose your design, and visit our order page. We will do the rest.
What is the least amount of patches I can order?
The smallest quantity you can request is one patch according to your design size and color. However, if you order more, you will benefit from a discount and be able to save more.
When will I receive my patches?
Upon order, we strive to deliver your patches within 14 days. However, if you require them more urgently, let us know about your request, and we can try to meet your needs.
What if I see other companies offering a cheaper patch making process?
We can't speak for other companies; however, we make our patches high quality with fine materials and are protected from defects. Plus our dynamic customer service team is unparalleled to others in the industry. Not to mention, we're one of the biggest service providers.
What are your patches made from?
Our embroidered patches are made out of poly-cotton blended twill and are 100% rayon material.
How long will the iron-on backing last?
If you apply the patch right, it should last on fabric for 20-30 washes. To make sure it's applied well, you will need to use a hot cut border.
Before the final product, will I get to preview my design?
Our graphics art department will provide you insight before the final product. You will receive a full-color proof review before it's finalized to use.
Why do I have to pay for my patches before they're made?
As these patches are personal to yourself, they're not suitable or usable for others. Because they only provide the value for you, we need payment at the time of order.
Can I make my logo into a patch, if so, how?
You can turn your logo into a patch by using our DIY production create tool. When using this tool, you'll first need to select your patch's size and its quantity. Following this, you will need to send your design by uploading your logo artwork or sending a message to our designer. Once designed, review and approve your patch. Finally, receive your custom patches delivered to your door.
How do I use a hot iron to put my patch onto a hat?
Before you use your iron, make sure your hat is resting on a flat surface that is heat resistant. Once done, make sure your iron is on the highest setting and place your patch onto the location you want to iron it on to. It's essential when you use your iron that the steam setting is off and the iron isn't filled with water. When ironing, use a towel over the patch to protect it, and don't move the patch from its original position. Place down the iron onto the patch for 15-20 seconds and then take away the iron and the towel. Finally, let the patch cool off.