What Clothing Types We Use For Customized Patches?
We use quality twill/backer for embroidered patches in both fill stitch and without. While we use a pair of felt & twill for chenille patches.
What Backing We Provide ?
We provide almost all backing types such as iron-on, adhesive, sew-on, or velcro hook.
What Is Minimum Order Policy ?
We customize 10 patches as a minimum quantity for embroidered, Pvc, and leather. It’s 100 units for woven and NO minimum for chenille.
What is Turnaround Time ?
We deliver each custom-made order in under 10 days.
What Are Shipping Charges ?
We never charge an extra amount to deliver your custom patches. The shipping is always FREE for both U.K and U.S.
What Shipping Services We Deliver Orders ?
We use reliable and quick shipping services to deliver orders such as DHL and FedEx. The minimum delivery time is 7 working days.
How To Iron On Custom Patches ?
Things to Ensure Before Begin:
- Ensure that the garments that you are applying the custom emblem to are washed, cleaned, and dry.
- Ensure your iron is on and set to the right settings to coordinate the sort of material of your dress. IE, if your dress is a cotton material, ensure the iron is set to cotton since you would prefer not to consume or harm your garments.
Iron the territory where you need your embroidered patch to be for around 10 seconds.
At that point, you will put the custom patch on the warmed region, and afterward, you will cover the emblem with a washcloth or a tea towel. Move the Iron over the washcloth or tea towel in a moderate roundabout movement for around 90 seconds.
Lift the washcloth or tea towel to ensure that the patch is being applied accurately. If the patch is applied effectively, you can continue to the next step. If the patch isn’t holding fast to the material, you should begin once more with another patch.
Turn the garments back to the front, and you will then iron the seal again for around 30 seconds. Try to move the iron in a moderate roundabout movement.
Eliminate washcloth or tea towel and let the piece of clothing cool. Give your dress and your new patch the “development test” and ensure your patch can withstand your standard body developments.