Commonly Asked Questions - Information on Products
Instructions for Iron-On Labels
Apply Labels to clean, thoroughly dry garments in order to adhere properly.
1. Set iron to cotton or highest heat setting (NO STEAM). Wait until the iron is fully heated.
2. Place label on garment in desired position. Put a pressing cloth ( very thin piece of fabric) over the label. Holding the iron flat, firmly press the labels in place for 15 seconds. DO NOT move the iron around.
3. Allow the garment to cool down. If you can still peel the label off with your fingernail, your iron is not hot enough. Use another iron to re-apply it for 15-20 seconds.
Tip: Try 1 or 2 then wash to ensure that iron is hot enough and labels are sticking.
These labels are also thin enough to be sewn on instead of using an iron.
Our Iron on labels come on a perforated sheet. All that has to be done to separate them is to lightly pull them apart.
Yes, our labels are tough enough to withstand countless washes in industrial washing machines and dryers. We have many satisfied customers who have been using our labels in nursing homes for years.
Yes, if you prefer to sew on the labels instead of using an iron, they are thin enough to be sewn on as well.
Yes, they absolutely will! Just follow the the easy to use instructions and your labels are there to stay on for the life of the garment. They are tough enough to withstand countless cycles in industrial washing machines and dryers, making it the perfect label for nursing homes and other care facilities.