How Can I Attach My Custom Patch to An Article of Clothing?

Posted by Signature Patches | May 10, 2011 at 9:45am | Topic: Custom Patches

Custom patches are durable and versatile. Individuals and businesses of all sizes use them for identification purposes, to honor exceptional efforts, and to pay tribute to other people that are no longer with us. Because they are created from your unique vision, custom patches are very personal. Depending on their style of backing, they can be applied and reapplied over and over again.

Being able to apply a patch to an article of clothing, a hat or a bag quickly is ideal. This is especially true for businesses with thousands of employees. If you manage a large company and you want to know how to set your workers apart from the competition, you may want to look into the different options Signature Patches offers. In addition to different sizes, shapes, and colors, we also offer the following styles of backings:

  • Heat Seal backing also known as an Iron On can be applied to any item of cloth that will withstand heat of 302 degrees for a total of 6-8 seconds.

  • Peel and Stick backing allows you to stick your patch, logo or design to any type of surface. Some examples include: cloth, metal, glass, plastic, and even wood.

  • Velcro backing is great for the person that wears many patches and launders their clothing daily. The Velcro back can be removed and reapplied any time you need to.

As you can see from the list above, there is a type of backing to fit almost every lifestyle. That's because people use custom patches for different purposes. Whether it's for personal or professional reasons, one thing's certain. Patches are built-to-last. That's because they are created in a way that makes them relevant and easy-to-use years later. You can take a look at an embroidered patch and know exactly where you got it from. This adds a sense of sentimental value to every design.

Take a look around the Signature Patches website to get a feel for what we have to offer. Then, when you are ready, call us at 1-800-257-9664. You can also email with any questions you might have about the ordering process.

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