Custom Iron On patches

Are you looking for a quick way to apply patches to your clothing? Have you heard of iron-on patches? These patches allow you to use them simply by ironing them directly on your clothing easily. Before, most iron patches were basic and boring. We have the answer. VIVIPINS offers custom iron-on patches that you can add to any design on your items. We offer wholesale prices and fast shipping so you can your order affordable and quickly. We also make your ordering process easy with our step-by-step ordering system. They also offer design services if you don’t have a design yet. Place your order and bring your ideas to reality so you can start ironing on your patches as soon as possible. 
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Why Custom Iron On Patches?

Custom iron on patches are an easy alternative to applying traditional patches. They allow you to easily apply patches by ironing them onto your clothes or other fabric items. These patches are great because you can create any custom design with any color or shape. Don’t expect boring or dull designs. We can deliver high-quality, detailed, and accurate designs that will meet any design needs you have. Vivipins is the best place to get your custom iron-on patches. We have no minimum order requirement, and we offer wholesale prices, making it easy to get any amount of pins at affordable prices.
Easy to apply patches are a great alternative to traditional patches. 
Highly customizable revolutionize traditional iron on patches.
These patches are a great way you can avoid pocking holes into your clothes. 
They are easy to remove and won’t damage your clothing. 

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Why Choose Us?

When it comes to getting your very own custom patches there is no better choice than us. Why? Because we offer everything you could want in a patch supplier. First off, our patches are custom made so you can get the exact design you want. We are known for creating “thread masterpieces” that stand out and draw favorable comments and reviews. We also do all of this for surprisingly cheap prices. And maybe best of all, we have no minimums! That means you can order as many or as few patches as you want. So to recap, you get striking, professionally designed personalized patches that are of the highest quality and that come with excellent customer service. What could be better than that? Get started today. We also offer fast production and free shipping!
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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.

Iron on or sew on patch?

What is iron-on patch?

The iron on the patch usually has a thin plastic film and a gelatinous texture on the back.When you iron the patch to your clothes, the glue melts and the patch adheres to where you want it to.

What is sew-on patch?

The sewn patch is just an ordinary embroidery patch, the back of which has not gone through any processing.They feel less stiff in your hand than ironing patches because there is no hot film backing.As a result, you may find that sewing a patch is actually easier to bend as the material folds and bends than ironing a patch.If your patch is located in an area where there is a lot of movement and stretching, such as the elbow of a jacket sleeve, sewing patches can be very useful.

How do I apply iron-on patches?

Ironing on a patch is actually the easiest way to attach a patch to clothing (such as a uniform or jacket) or a backpack.You can do it with just a tea towel and an iron, which most families have anyway.Sewing patches is a bit difficult because not everyone can use a sewing machine.

To iron the patch, heat the iron to high.Press the fabric as flat as possible, then place the patch where you want to paste.Place a small tea towel or similar over the patch to prevent heat from damaging the embroidery.Place the iron on the towel (directly above the patch) and press for 20-30 seconds.This should allow enough time to activate and melt the glue and make it stick properly to the garment.

You have to be careful here.If you don't hold on long enough, the glue won't melt and won't stick to your clothes or backpack.But if you press it too long, the plastic will melt and you'll damage the patch and the clothes!

Please note that you cannot iron patches on leather or nylon clothing.Nylon melts and deforms, and you burn the leather.If you don't have an iron at home, you can choose to use a hair dryer and set it to hot air.Then, when the temperature reaches a certain height, aim at the back of the ironed patch to melt it.

How long will the iron on the patch last?

Ironing the patch actually uses a very strong glue, but constant exposure to heat -- especially if you live in a warm area -- can cause the glue to lose its effectiveness over time, causing the patch to fall off.While you may not wash your jacket often, if the patch is stuck to a shirt or something you wash frequently, throwing clothes in the dryer frequently can cause the patch glue to loosen over time and eventually fall off.

Unfortunately, I can't give you an accurate timeline for the patch, as everyone has different levels of use.I'm just giving you the possible outcomes.
Sew on the ironing patch.One way to solve these problems is to sew ironing patches.Even after removal, ironing the patch often leaves a sticky residue.Nor are they permanent.So you have two choices here.If permanence is a problem:

Just sew on the ironing patch!The patches are a bit thick, so you'll need a heavy-duty needle (also depending on the target material), but there's no reason you can't just sew the patches.That way, you don't have to worry about glue or anything.

You can iron and sew into place for extreme durability, or just remove the plastic backing and glue and sew on the patch.
If there is a problem with re-use:

Suppose you want to reuse your patch or relocate it over a period of time.You can't do this with ironed patches, but you can certainly open the stitch and sew it anywhere you want.Unlike glue, which leaves a residue, sewn patches hardly leave a mark anywhere!

Conclusion
I think it's always best to choose to buy ironed patches because they offer the greatest flexibility: you can iron them or sew them, or even both, to get super perpetual bonds.

You can even iron them at home for immediate use and then sew them while you use the sewing machine for extra durability.
With sewn patches, you can only stick to sewing.

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.  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.

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.

Do iron-on patches really stay on?

For most people, ironing a patch will typically wash it 25 times without coming off. But to make it permanent, you'll need to sew your favorite patch on your backpack.

How to Iron patches?

Step 1: get the essentials ready: jacket or bag to apply the patch on it, an iron set to the highest temperature, towel or cloth to cover the patch.

Step 2:iron the surface: it will make the jacket or bag warm and smooth.

Step 3:place the patch: find the place you like the most

Step 4:cover it with cloth: this way you won't burn the patch.

Step 5:iron with pressure: make 3-4 rounds of ironing press down the iron.

Step 6:let it cool: this is when the glue really seals the patch and fabric.

Step 7:enjoy it:iron-on is good for about 25 washes.

How to iron patches without iron?

1. Hair straightener
You can easily iron the patch with a hair straightener. But first, you need to figure out whether your patch has adhesive on the back or just clothes.

2. backing adhesive
If the patch has an adhesive behind it, it can be easily ironed on your clothing. You only need to press the patch for a few seconds or a minute. It melts the glue and attaches the patch perfectly to the fabric.

3. Sewing the patch
If the back of your patch is not sticky at all; You can choose the oldest way ---- and sew directly on. You just thread a thread into a needle and simply sew the patch onto your bag or clothing.

4. Velcro patch
Do you know this patch? The patch is readily available on the market because it is easy to put on and take off. It comes with Velcro tape that holds the patches in place. Tape is stuck on with adhesive.This way you can easily put Velcro stickers on.

5. Glue, adhesives
You can also use some adhesive or glue to patch your patches. Apply gum to the back of the patch, and then hold the patch in place; Press your thumb on the cloth for a few seconds, then check that it is firmly in place.

6. Needle
If you are in a hurry to use a patch, you can use a pin or thin needle to fix the patch on the inside of the cloth. This will fix the patch in the shortest time. However, this method can Pierce the skin and cause bleeding and is not recommended unless absolutely necessary.

7. Adhesive spray
This special adhesive spray helps you stick different kinds of things to your clothes. You can choose from a temporary spray to a permanent spray. Because it can sometimes have persistence issues. After just a few washes, it will start to fade.

What is your MOQ order for a custom iron-on patch?

We do not have a minimum order quantity for any custom products, but the more custom products, the lower the unit price, so we still recommend more custom quantities.

What if I find a cheaper iron-on patch?

We use high-quality raw materials, high-quality service, excellent design, and fast turnaround time. We always believe that you get what you pay for, so we have been adhering to provide cost-effective products to reward our users.

Why do iron-on patches not work?

The iron-on patch has an adhesive on the back that sticks to the fabric when activated by heat.If the temperature is too low, the adhesive on the back of the patch hasn't started to melt and won't stick to the clothing.

Is it better to sew or iron on a patch?

There is no difference between the front side of the two patches, only the backside. The back of SEW-on patches is designed without any design, while the back of Iron-on patches has an adhesive design.

Sew-on patches can only be attached to the garment by sewing, which means it will last longer. But the sewing process is a little more difficult, requiring longer time, patience, and superb sewing skills.

Iron-on patches can be attached to clothing either by ironing or by sewing. Ironing is fast and convenient, sewing takes longer. However, ironing can be affected by many external factors, such as iron temperature, washing temperature, and washing frequency.

Both of these patches have their pros and cons, and choosing one depends on your hands-on skills and actual needs.

How do you know if patches are iron-on?

The ironing patch comes with iron backing. It's a hard film until heated, so it doesn't feel sticky. It becomes soft and sticky when heated, and then you can gently touch the patch over the place to make sure every edge of the patch sticks to the clothing.

How do you fix a peeling iron-on patch?

Clothes with ironed patches will fall off over time due to poor quality. To reattach the patch, you need to reattach the adhesive to the back of the patch and then place the patch over the clothing to hold it in place. There is also the option of sewing over the peeling patch, which increases the lifetime of the patch.

I have no artwork, can you offer help?

Absolutely! Please tell our designers what you need and they will give you an excellent design artwork within 12 hours according to your needs.

What is the turnaround time for a custom Iron-on patches?

Our turnaround time for custom Iron-on patches is 7-14 business days after you approve the final design.

How to remove iron-on patches?

The ironed patch is attached to the fabric by thermal activation or adhesive. These patches are easy to apply, but they are hard to remove. In addition, patches removed often leave unsightly glue residue, resulting in an unsightly appearance of the fabric. Fortunately, there are a few tricks you can use to get rid of the ironing patch. The following will be introduced in detail:

Method1:Removing With an Iron
First, check that your patch attachment can withstand the heat. Unless you add your own patches, you first need to make sure your items won't be damaged by ironing. Because not all patches are attached by ironing.

Choose an inconspicuous part of your garment that is not easy to see during normal use. Place wax paper or a thin rag over the affected area. Use a preheated iron to press down on the small area you want to test. Hold for 15 seconds. -20 seconds. Remove the iron and inspect items for damage or discoloration.

Then, Overwrite patches. Position your items so that the cloth portion of the patch is exposed. Place wax paper or a thin towel directly on the patch. Make sure the coating is completely clean and that nothing will melt onto your clothes.

Iron the patch.Preheat the iron to the highest temperature before use.Press iron on the patch of cloth. Hold for 15 seconds. -20 seconds. Then remove the iron and lid from your belongings. If you find that the glue has not softened, use an iron and continue heating until the adhesive melts.

The iron should be hot enough to melt the glue, then lift the edge of the patch and remove it from your clothing. Please take it off carefully, because the patch of iron is very hot and can burn your hands easily.

If you're having trouble picking up the patch, try tweezers or a butter knife. The tweezers slide between the patch and your object and grip the patch nicely. If the patch is large, you may need to repeat it several times with an iron. Take chunks of the patch apart.

Method 2 : Using Adhesive Remover

The adhesive remover is advertised as fabric-safe, and it may still stain your particular item. Before applying makeup remover to a patch, you need to test it. Do this on a clean sink to avoid a mess.

Also, find a small, inconspicuous area on your clothing that is not easily visible during normal use. For example, the inside back edge of a hat or jacket would be a good choice.

Apply a small amount of adhesive remover to the spot. Wait for some time to rinse off the adhesive remover and check for discoloration.

Expose the opposite side of the patch. If your item is a T-shirt, hat, or paint, turn it inside out. You will need to touch the fabric bonded to the patch.

After the location is determined, spray the glue remover generously or pour it on the location. Use enough to saturate your items completely. Be sure to cover the entire area behind the patch.

After waiting for one minute, the adhesive remover should successfully soften the glue and make it sticky. Patches should now come off your items easily. If there are patches that are not easy to remove, repeat to soften them.

If the patch is removed, there is a residue of glue from the original iron. Then please wash the other things first, then apply adhesive remover, wash off after one minute, I believe your clothes will be very clean.

Method3: Use a Hair Dryer 

First, turn the hairdryer on high/hot. Place the hairdryer on the back of the item to which the patch is attached. Heat the adhesive, which will soften and make the patch easier to remove.

Method4: Try a White Vinegar Soak 

Old-fashioned white vinegar is great for removing stubborn stains and loose glue. Put something with the iron in the solution. Let it soak overnight, then remove the item and see if the iron on the patch can be removed easily. If not, gently pry the patch off with a butter knife or spoon.

Method5: Do a Warm Water Soak 

To a few agglutinate not tall adhesive, want to soak with warm water well only, can wipe iron clean. In the first place. Fill the sink with enough warm water to soak items. Soak for about 12 hours, then try to remove the patch gently.

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