Singer 2-inch-by-3-inch Iron-On Patches, Denim, 10 per package 牛仔色
- Iron-On Patches are ideal for mending, reinforcing and decorating many different applications.
- These versatile 100% cotton patches can be decorated or die-cut and appliquéd to most fabrics (Not recommended for use on nylon, or rayon).
- Package contains ten 2-inch-by-3-inch patches.
- Made in USA
- Patch measures 2-inch-by-3-inch.
SINGER-10 iron-on patchettes. Each patch is 2x3. Denim color. *** cotton. Low heat-for permanent press and other fabrics. Use dry iron only-no steam. Washable and super sealing for mending and decorating shirts, jeans, skirts, and jackets. Not recommended for use on nylon, or rayon, or fabrics made of monofilament (non-fibrous strand) polyesters.
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The patches actually work quite well, but you have to know how to apply them correctly. First of all, make sure the iron is at its max heat setting (for cottons) and no steam. Let it warm up for a few minutes to make sure it's truly hot enough. Do a single pass on the clothing to smooth out any wrinkles, let it cool for a few seconds, and then lay the patch down over the hole.
When you apply the iron, not only should you apply it the recommended 45 seconds, but make sure to use a lot of pressure. I'm a tall guy, and I lean into the iron and press and slowly move it back and forth over the patch to work out any potential problems to make contact with the cloth. After the time's up, remove the iron, and let the pants cool for five minutes before trying a corner gently to see if it's adhered firmly. It should be almost flush with the denim, and not peel at all.
I've gone through about five pair of my kids' jeans with these, and had great results.
As the instructions say, set your iron as hot as it can get and no steam! I ironed out the jeans where the holes were so the surface would be flat, then applied the patch and pressed it on. I chose to apply the patch to the outside of the jeans. I kept pressing the patch with the iron for about a minute with a decent amount of pressure. Once I was done, I let it cool, checked for any lifting, then did another pressing cycle for about 30 seconds and let the jeans cool off.
After they had sat, I ran the jeans through the washer and dryer. The patches held up well on their first go around and don't show any signs of lifting. For anyone who's having issues, make sure you're using a hot enough iron and apply sufficient pressure to get these patches to set, and let them cool before you really start handling them.