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- Wide Selection: Iron On Fabric Labels and Heat Transfer Labels
- Easy to Attach
- Durable and Long-lasting
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Custom Iron On Clothing Labels(Damask)
When it comes to Iron On Woven Clothes Labels, they come with several advantages:
Iron-on clothing labels are versatile labels that combine softness, ease of use, exceptional logo display, and a wide range of colorful design options, making them an ideal choice for branding and identification.
- Soft and Skin-Friendly: Crafted from high-quality materials(Polyester/cotton), our iron on clothing labels custom are good as t-shirt labels, quit labels, laundry labels…
- Ease of Application:No special tools or skills are required – a gentle press is all it takes to securely adhere them to your items.
- Perfect Logo Presentation: The thin thread weaved can display your company or brand logo with outstanding clarity and color accuracy, enhancing brand recognition and professionalism.
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FAQ About Custom Iron On Clothing Labels
What are iron on labels?
Iron-on labels are a type of label that can be attached to clothing and other textile items by using heat, typically from an iron. These labels are designed to adhere securely to the fabric when heated, eliminating the need for sewing or stitching. Iron-on labels come in various forms, including custom labels with names, logos, or other information.
Will Iron On Labels be long lasting?
Iron on clothing labels had a bad reputation from years of easily peeling from garments, however, with the development of adhesive technology, this issue has been gradually resolved.
Now iron-on is known for providing an easy, durable, and convenient way to add a label without any sewing.
How to make iron on labels stay long?
When properly applied and cared for, iron-on labels can be long-lasting.
Here are some factors that influence their durability:
Label Quality: High-quality iron-on labels are more likely to be long-lasting. Labels made from durable materials with strong adhesive tend to hold up better over time.
Fabric Type: The type of fabric you apply the labels to can impact their longevity. Labels tend to adhere better to natural fabrics like cotton and linen compared to synthetic materials. Smooth, flat surfaces are also better for adhesion.
Application: Proper application is crucial. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully, including the recommended heat setting and duration for ironing the labels. Ensure that the labels are firmly adhered to the fabric.
Washing and Care: Iron-on labels are typically machine washable, but excessive heat or harsh washing conditions can reduce their lifespan. Follow care instructions, use mild detergents, and avoid high-temperature settings.
Friction and Wear: Labels on areas that experience a lot of friction, such as collar labels, may wear out faster. Reinforce these labels with extra stitching if necessary.
Environmental Factors: Exposure to harsh sunlight, extreme temperatures, or chemicals can affect the adhesive and durability of iron-on labels. Avoid prolonged exposure to such conditions.
How to attach iron on labels?
Using an Iron:
Preheat your iron: Set your iron to the appropriate temperature based on the fabric type. Refer to the instructions provided with your iron-on labels or use a low to medium heat setting. Do not use a steam setting.
Prepare the fabric: Place the fabric item you want to label on a clean, flat surface. Make sure it’s smooth and free of wrinkles.
Position the label: Put the iron-on label in the desired location with the adhesive side (the side with the glue) down on the fabric. Make sure it’s centered and straight.
Protect with a cloth or parchment paper: To prevent direct contact between the iron and the label, place a thin cloth or parchment paper over the label.
Apply heat: Press the preheated iron on top of the protective cloth/paper, covering the label. Apply firm and even pressure for the duration recommended in the label instructions (usually around 10-20 seconds).
Cool down: Allow the label and fabric to cool down for a few seconds after applying heat.
Check the adhesion: Gently peel back a corner of the label to see if it has securely adhered to the fabric. If it hasn’t, apply additional heat and pressure as needed.
Using a Heat Press (Flat Press):
Preheat the heat press: Set the heat press to the recommended temperature for your specific iron-on labels. Refer to the label manufacturer’s instructions for the correct settings.
Prepare the fabric: Place your fabric item on the heat press machine’s flat bed, ensuring it’s smooth and wrinkle-free.
Position the label: Put the iron-on label in the desired location with the adhesive side facing down on the fabric. Ensure it’s centered and aligned.
Press the label: Close the heat press machine to apply even pressure and heat. Follow the recommended time and temperature settings specified in the label instructions.
Cool down: After the heat press cycle is complete, open the machine and allow the fabric and label to cool for a few seconds.
Check adhesion: Carefully peel back a corner of the label to check if it has adhered securely. If not, apply additional pressure or heat as necessary.
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Tagless Heat Transfer Labels
A tagless label, also known as a “heat transfer label” or “heat press label,” is a type of label used in clothing and textile products as an alternative to traditional sewn-in fabric labels. Unlike traditional fabric labels that are stitched into garments, tagless labels are applied to the fabric using a heat transfer process.
- Comfort： One of the primary advantages of tagless heat transfer labels is enhanced comfort for the wearer. Traditional sewn-in fabric labels can be scratchy or irritating to the skin, leading to discomfort. Tagless labels eliminate this issue, providing a smooth and irritation-free experience.
- Sleek Appearance: heat transfer labels for clothing contribute to a cleaner and more streamlined appearance for clothing items. Without visible sewn-in tags, garments look more aesthetically pleasing and modern, which is especially important for fashion-forward and branded clothing.
- Reduced Allergen Risk: For individuals with fabric allergies or sensitivities, tagless labels reduce the risk of skin reactions that may be triggered by the presence of sewn-in tags.
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FAQ About Custom Heat Transfer Labels
What is a Heat Transfer Label?
A heat transfer label, also known as a heat press label or transfer tag, is a type of label commonly used in the clothing and textile industry. Heat transfer labels are designed to be applied to fabric or other materials using a heat press machine, resulting in a permanent and durable attachment.
How many colors can be contained in one heat transfer label?
We recommend make 4 colors at most in one heat transfer label.
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