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Wholesale custom iron on patches for clothes

Wholesale custom iron on patches with woven, embroidery, leather, chenille/printed patches for clothes, backpacks, denim jackets, hats, jeans, shirts, etc. Create your own personalized iron-on patch to replace sew-on patches! Then, make them in an easy & simple way. If you’ve been looking for a vendor to design and create your custom patches, look no further than Acctrims.

Want to easily customize your own iron on patches? Tell us your needs, we design for you for free. In addition, there are no minimum quantities. Except for clothing & hats, they are also suitable for the school uniforms, military uniforms, sportswear, home textiles, etc.

Acctrims gives you plenty of patching options. This includes color, size, shape, logo design, edge, and backing type. For your perfect patch, let’s design a unique patch together.

Customization Options Make Your Patch Unique!

Custom iron on patches are a general term referring to hot-melted adhesive badges. We can add hot-melted adhesive on the back of embroidered patches and woven patches. Meanwhile, many other types of patches can also be ironed. Such as chenille patches, leather, PVC, printed iron on patches.

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Iron on embroidered patches

Custom iron-on embroidered patches are a kind of 3D logo raised high-quality badges. They are high-end and do not fray or curl easily.

Iron on woven patches

Custom iron on woven patches has an elegant feel and refined details. They look not only durable and strong and have various shapes.

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Chenille iron-on patches

Chenille iron-on patches look like a towel used for beautifying the surface of textiles. And it has fluffy fleece and is ideal for many clothes.

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Iron on leather patches

The regular-shaped leather patches can also be heated with melted glue, 3M glue, Velcro, etc. In comparison, leather patches often use sewing or Velcro ways fixing to targets.

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Printed iron-on patches

Patches can use different base fabrics such as felt, denim cloth. And we can print brand logos, and patterns on the surface. Of course, backing options can also choose hot melt adhesive.

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Iron-on letter patches

Some brands favor custom patches with letter shapes(brand logo or name). This is more concise and clear. And the backings can add hot-melt glue, 3M glue, Velcro, etc.

Two Forms of Custom Iron on Patches

There are 2 forms of iron on patches.

One is to heat the melt glue on the back. There is no film behind it. And it will become sticky when heated. Then, sticks it directly to the clothes or the target fabric.

The other is that there are melt glue and plastic film on the backing. The film needs to be peeled off before starting ironing.

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Details of Custom Iron on Patches

  • Background Fabric: cotton, felt, denim clothes, twill Fabric, canvas, chenille, nylon, polyester, spandex, PU, genuine leather, etc.
  • Edge options: embroidered edge, overlocked edge, laser cut edge, manual cut edge, etc;
  • Border: overlocked border, embroidery border, die-cut border, stitch border, laser-cut border, etc;
  • Crafts: iron-on, embroidery, woven, etc;
  • Backing: hot melt adhesive backing; except that, we have sew on backing, 3M adhesive backing, velcro hook and loop backing, paper backing, no backing, etc;
  • Shape: round, square, rectangle, special shape, custom shape;
  • Size/color: customized as your request;
  • MOQ: 100 pieces
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Edge Options

When you don’t want to sew your patches onto your garments or hats, custom iron-on patches are the best option! Because sewing requires skill and it is not easy to sew well. But iron-on patches are different. We just need to press it with a hot melt machine or a household iron. This is convenient and fast.

When you are ordering custom embroidered patches, you need to choose different edges. In Acctrims, you have 3 main choices. Such as embroidered edge, overlocked edge, and laser cut edge.

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Embroidered edge

The edges of some embroidered patches are embroidered directly to the inside. In this way, the whole product will be seamless. The woven or embroidered patches will be more textured.

Laser cut edge

Some custom iron-on patches are irregular in shape. So, it will be more difficult if we make embroidery or overlocked edge. So, for some complicated shapes, we choose laser-cut edges.

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Overlocked edge

After a patch is completed, the factory will use the machine to cut it. So that the edges will not look too messy. Then, the entire final product will look cleaner and more upscale.

Why Choose Custom Iron On Patches?

1.They are easy to remove, which makes them popular.

2. It’s easy to use and simple, which can replace traditional complex sewing patches.

3. Use hot melt adhesive patches to avoid making holes in your clothes. This will not damage the original fabric of the clothes.

4. There are a variety of colors, sizes, shapes, and different backings for customers to choose.

5. There is no MOQ for custom iron on patches. So, it can greatly save your cost.

6. If you don’t want it, you can remove it and replace it with other patches.

7. They have wide use in apparel, shoes, caps, backpacks, jackets, coats, etc.

How to Iron Custom Iron On Patches?

First, put your patch in the target position you want. The side with hot melt adhesive is attached to the clothes (the glue cannot be torn off). Second, turn on your iron machine and iron it from the front of the patch for 10-20 seconds. Third, make the patch in place.

Turn the patch in place with the clothing (or other textiles) in place. Then, iron it from the back side for 30-60 seconds. And make sure the adhesive melts and the patch is securely attached to the garment (or other textiles).

Finally, iron from the front for 1-2 minutes. It aims to iron the edges and corners of the cloth patch. Make sure the surface is flat and smooth and blends perfectly with the target fabrics.

Notes

Target clothes or fabrics should be dry.

Be careful not to get your clothes too dirty. Because multiple washes may cause the patch to loosen. However, if you must wash, hand wash with gentle drops of cold water. Do not machine wash or dry clean. Because it may destroy the patch’s firmness. After washing, it is recommended to air dry.

FAQs of Custom Iron On Patches

1, What’s the price of the custom iron on patches?

–The price depends on your custom size, color, technics, and quantity. You can send us your art file, we make a free design for you.

2, What is the bulk production time and shipping time?

–Bulk goods are about 10 to 20 days. Shipping time is 3-6 business days by express.

3, What profile is needed when production?

–Pls, send us vector logo files, like PDF, AI, ESP, CDR, or original files from PSD. If you have no art file, we offer free design for you.

4, Can we get free samples?

–Yes, you can. Our samples are free, you just need to pay the shipping cost.

5, What is the order process for getting the patch?

–First, we need to discuss basic information with each other. Such as size, color, material, quantity, technics, etc. Then our product expert will give you the price and invoice. Then, you can pay. After you pay, we will make the design for you. After you confirm the design, we can arrange the bulk production. The production time is about 5 to 15 business days.

6, Why are my iron-on patches not sticking in a short time?

-If the patch is off after a period of time, or after washing. It means that the iron temperature is too low during ironing. Or the ironing time is too short. You can repeat the original operation and iron them again.

7, What is the right time it takes to iron on my patch on jackets?

-First of all, when you use a heat press machine, it is recommended to press the front and back for 10-15 seconds. However, if using a household iron, the heat pressing time will be longer. It takes about 30-60 seconds. Finally, you need to heat press again to ensure your patch integrates with the target fabric.

8, What ground fabrics are ideal for my patches?

-The best materials for the patches are usually cotton, twill fabric, felt, and polyester. If you use other thin or lightweight fabrics, we may damage them when ironing. In general, we recommend using cotton cloth, which is more resistant to high temperature and wrinkles.

9, Which one is better to apply a patch, heat press machine, or home iron?

-In general, we recommend customers choose a heat press machine. It is less time-consuming, faster, and saves time and labor costs. Household irons are time-consuming, labor-intensive, and low-yield.

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