Money saver is to repair crotch areas. If it already has tears marks, use the patches to prevent future problems. It is possible to prolong the life of your new clothes by placing a patch inside of them. Not only pants and jackets can be fixed, but also sheets, car seats, even socks. The fabric you are going to repair has to be able to tolerate the highest temperature of an iron. Iron on patch contains one iron on a white fabric patch. No seWing is required. You can repair a tear, worn area, or hole in clothing. Flat patch. No pattern or texture. The materials are 65% cotton and 65% polyester. Not recommended for use on nylon or rayon.
👤It has been 5 months. I wash the blouse at least once a week, it is still perfect. It is the same color. The corners and edges are still sticking to the garment. The cuts that I made on the patch are still intact. I am very impressed with the value I have gotten out of these patches. This product is very good. I sewed a patch into the seam of the garment so you can't cut it out. It has been great to cover the tag with this patch. I cut as much of the tag as I could so that I could iron it on and have it adhere to the garment. It has been washed for about 3 months and no issues have arisen. It is nice to know that products can still be made with quality. Original. I used this for the first time and it worked out well, because a blouse got ripped at the collar from a plastic hangers at a hotel and I like plastic ones. I cut out a bigger patch than the tear and then a small patch on the outside to cover the tear. It is completely covered by the collar. I like how thin these are, they are translucent once ironing on, so you can see the pattern through it. It seems to move with the cloth instead of being rigid. I can't feel it on my neck because it's on the inside and thin. I am very happy with this solution. How will it hold up in the washer and dryer is the big test. After a couple of washes, most patches will start curling and lose their glue. I am very happy for now.
👤My iron has settings for steam and temperature. Even though I wasn't planning on using steam, I assumed it was where I would set the iron. The dial was set to 20% above the lowest steam setting. I decided to measure the temperature after it worked well. The iron seems to control the temperature at that setting. I placed a second smaller piece on the opposite side of the patch to cover the actual hole in the fabric. It worked well. I had to move the iron as I was heating the patch because I couldn't cover the entire area with the iron. I think it's a good idea to keep the iron moving. There was an area of the patch that let less of the original color show through. The material underneath is thin, so if there is a color contrast, it will show through. It seems like it will be durable. You could see a difference in the area where everything had gotten to the correct temperature for a sufficient amount of time and the area which had not, when you looked at the pocket I was repairing. The area which was not heated for a while still looked like the original patch material. I worked that area with the iron until it looked the same as the rest of the patch. I can only describe it as not turning translucent. It seems to have stuck well when it looks like that. You need to heat it longer if it still looks like the original patch. This received a very poor rating in one review. I think the iron may have been set too high. Before I started, I didn't see that review. I was worried that it could be possible to over heat the glue. It would be good to quantify a temperature that worked well for me after reading that review. There is visual feedback once you do it. You wouldn't know that if you did it once. I used a non contact temperature probe to measure the temperature. Hope this helps other people.
Save your favorite jeans that have holes or are worn out on the inner thighs with patches for jeans. Would you like to change the look of an old pair of pants? The patches have iron on them. Say goodbye to peeling off after wash. Their jean patches have more glue than others, which makes them last through multiple washes and dry cycles. They provide free sewing needles and threads. It is easy to apply iron on patches for clothing repair, only a few minutes will take to repair or decorate your clothes. For 50 seconds, iron or 330f on "Cotton". The clothing patches are made from high quality cotton. It can be applied to most fabrics. The size of denim patches will help to hide the weaknesses of both small and large holes and will allow you to create your own design. You could barely tell the difference between the different colors of jean patches.
👤I have never used an iron patch. It was used to fix the inner thigh of my jeans. It was easy to put on, and held up nicely. I was happy with the patches. My son was impressed with the repaired pair of shoes. Use iron to warm the area, then iron it, then let it cool completely before wearing.
👤I don't use iron-on patches a lot. I needed some to keep the hems of my jeans from curling up. Follow the directions and take your time. These went on great. I will have to see how many washes they last through. This was a good buy for the price and variety of colors. A bit of thread, a pin, and a needle was included. The dark-faded-blue jeans that I wore were a common color and neither of the blue shades were right for them. If you are going to apply these to the outside of denim, make sure you check the colors. Follow the directions. You have to use high heat in order for these to adhere. The most important thing is to keep a piece of paper between the iron and patch. I had to throw out the paper backing because I forgot to remove it. These are doing the work for me. Follow the directions to avoid ironing parts of your clothes together. If you are going to apply these to the outside of denim, make sure you check the colors.
👤I've never used a patch before, but it was easy to use and I was a beginner. It was fun putting it on. I might make shapes and patch my kids pants just to torment them because they were so affordable.
👤The glue is the best. I washed them four times and they were still stuck, I used them on a pair of jeans that were worn out in the seat. After the first wash, others would start peeling off. I'm happy with the patches.
👤Not impressed. Bluejeans were chewed up by my washer. If they don't adhere then it's wasted money. It's easy to iron on. I have used iron-on patches before. There are a number of denim colors. I put ironing board on the inside of the jeans. They wouldn't be full of patches. They seemed to adhere well, but first they had to wash. They are peeling off. They didn't get rubbed during the washing process because they are on the inside of the garment. There were patches on one pair of jeans. Only one was attached. The others are curling around the edges. I took pictures of 3 different patches on a pair of jeans. I made sure I applied enough heat and pressure to make them stick. I haven't looked at the other jeans I patched. Several places and holes were repaired due to my faulty washer. Don't buy a front load from the company.
👤I wear a pair of insulated overalls for hunting and working outside. A couple of weeks ago, I must have gotten them caught on something, because a small hold started to form and after washing got bigger. I have found that cotton garments with holes that get bigger over time are not being made anymore. I'm okay with a needle and thread, but I didn't want to go to a tailor shop for the sewing job because the hole was above the knee. I decided to try an iron on patch. The patches seem to stick perfectly after following the directions. The black patch was a bit lighter than the black overalls, which looked a bit hokey, so I got out my Sharpie permanent marker and just colored it black, and it's now nearly invisible. We will see how long it lasts. I hang dry these overalls rather than putting them in the tumble dryer.
Cut the patch into shapes and designs. Each package has two fabric patches ready to use. Machine wash and dry. Each patch is sold separately in a variety of colors and patterns.
👤I put these on the knees of two pairs of jeans to make sure they were completely covered. The first day was when they began to peel off.
👤The iron patches are easy to use, but they are peeling from the jeans after two washes.
👤The packaging says it is made in China, but it is actually made in the USA.
👤The patches wouldn't stick to my jeans, no matter how much I iron them or how high the heat setting was. A waste of money.
👤The only way to get them to stick was to throw them away.
👤The patches are very stiff. The edges of them are not easy to iron on. I have to iron the jeans every time I wash them to make sure they stick.
Before the garment is mended, it is advisable to wash it. Pre-heat garment area, position patch and press with an iron. The life of your clothes can be extended. Singer jumbo iron-on denim patch can be used for mending and decorating shirts, jeans, skirts and jackets. Each patch can be washed. Each patch is made of cotton.
👤The patches didn't stick well after a while. I used the press iron to make sure they stuck. My husband wore pants with patches in the field. I had to sew the patch onto the jeans.
👤The edges of the patches eventually lift, no matter how carefully you follow the directions. I had to keep them down with fabric cement. The Singer brand is not better or worse than any other brand I have tried.
👤Does what it says. If you want it to last, you should stitch around the perimeter. Wear something on your head. Unless your jeans are brown. My were. Before.
👤The first time I washed my Jean's the patches fell off. I've been patching Jean's for years and this is the first time a patch has failed. Another patch company can be found.
👤It was easy to iron on. The fabric is strong. I used it to fix some torn fabric in my boots. The boot is pulled on. The patch has been pulled on and off many times. I didn't use this product to make a patch. I sewed the patch in place. I have used patches from Singer to fix my jeans. I have used them to fix holes in the crotch and back pocket. They have stayed on through a lot of wear and washes.
👤This was not the first time I ordered a Singer Jumbo iron-on patch. I use them on the insides of my jean's legs when they first start to split. The patches stop the growth of the tear in my jeans. They're great for large tears, but they're easy to cut down for smaller holes. They are a good product.
👤You can cut just the size you need, instead of having to buy a variety pack of sizes and colors that you don't need. The neutral shade of denim worked well with my jeans. Attaches in seconds and stays on when washed.
👤It was great for my use. I wanted to keep the design on the back of the jean shirt secure. I was very pleased to find that large size.
👤These worked well. ironing the edges sets them back in place when the edges come up. The trousers lived one more season of warmth and comfort before they wore out. Great investment.
👤Men's jeans these days have weak pockets, so I put these in to patch them. It is easy to follow instructions thick enough to hold the pocket in tact.
👤A good patch. It took a long time to arrive. I was careful to remove the holes in the patch that were left by the staplers. I found the same patch at a fabric store. My recommendation for the patch is based on price and quality. There is a If you can't get to a fabric store, then this is a good way to go.
👤It was perfect for the need. The denim imprint was a double-sided bonus for patching the hole in a youngster's jeans, and I hadn't realized that the sticky side also had it. A thicker fabric that matched the density/composition of jeans would be the only improvement that would have led to a fifth star.
If you can't determine the color of the product you're ordering, please let them know. As soon as possible, they will assist you. The jean patches are made of denim cloth and are hard to be worn out and safe to use. You will get 30 pieces of iron on denim patches in dark blue, royal blue, sky blue and light blue, sufficient quantities to meet your sew needs, making your jeans different all the time. The iron on denim patches are easy to use, just cut them into the right shape and heat them with iron on the clothes, they are well made with hot melt glue on the back, which has stickiness after being heated. It only takes a few minutes to repair or decorate your clothes if you use iron on denim patches. The denim patches are not recommended for use on nylon or rayon fabric.
👤I was skeptical at first, but these are a money saver. My husband is a mechanic. I bought these to save the jeans he has and they work better than I expected. I doubled the hole on the front and back. They are still holding up after a few washes. I don't have an iorn. After pressing and holding for about a minute, they stuck on and have lasted. To get a good hold, pay special attention to the edges and let it cool before handling. I was able to get close to some spots that I can't even see unless I'm looking for it. Great value and savings!
👤The amount of patches you get is good, but the patches themselves are garbage. They have no instructions. I looked at other reviews to figure it out. I applied them according to their direction and how I thought they should go. All failed. After 30 minutes of him wearing them, some came off, others after I washed them, and one popped off. I tried sewing them on, but it was a mess. If I had to do it again, I would throw the jeans away and use the patches.
👤These did not last one wash. I was disappointed. After the first wash, the jean material and glue material separated, leaving me with a glue patch instead of jean. They were cheap. I wouldn't use them on everyday clothes.
👤The patch fell off after I washed the jeans. Worthless. I bought leather glue to glue the patch on.
👤Within a few hours of use, the patches began to peel off the pants. If the patches were in an area that doesn't get a lot of walking trouble then they might be okay. They aren't worth the money spent on them.
👤I redid each pair of jeans six times after just one wash because they do not last. I wouldn't purchase again.
👤I bought iron on patches to attach to the inside of the pant leg of a pair of jeans that came with a slight flaw. I cut a piece with rounded corners and used an intermediate cloth rather than ironing on the patch to follow the instructions. The patch appeared to be secure even when tested by lightly pulling up at an edge. I wore the jeans a few times and then washed them in the washer. When they came out of the dryer, 1/3 of the patch was detached. I have used other iron on patches over the years and have never had to redo a patch after a single wearing and washing. I don't recommend this product.
👤After reading the reviews, I purchased. It was easy to iron the patches on. I immediately sewed a patch on. I wore jeans for 3 or 4 days. I made a funny noise when I walked. The unseen side came up on one corner after I washed it in warm water. I sewed the other side, and everything is good. The glue won't stay on if you wash them. The purpose of glue on was defeated.
The denim patches are not recommended for use on nylon or rayon fabric. The package includes 12 iron-on fabric patches. The ideal size will help to hide the weaknesses of both small and large holes. White will match your clothes. The patches are made of cotton and covered with a hot-melt film. High quality materials are used to make the patches. It will take only a few minutes to repair or decorate your outfit, as only an iron is required. Put the patch on the desired spot and iron over it with pressure for 60 seconds. The hot-melt film on each patch is very durable, you don't have to sew it on or use further fabric glue. Do not use hair straighteners or other heating objects to apply patches, only use an iron. You can put patches on the outside of a garment. You can cut the patches with scissors or die-cut machine, the package includes several templates to help you decorate your clothes. You can apply patches from the inside of a garment, this way the shiny rear side of the patch shows through the hole. The glue will look like normal fabric after a couple of washes. Applied patches can be tumble dried on a high temperature setting. If the patch starts to peel off, re- iron it. Even after washing, one patch can be re-ironed at least 3 times. To prevent the felting from curling up, pay special attention to the corners, butt areas and seams when applying the patches. Money saver is to repair crotch areas. If it already has tears marks, use the patches to prevent future problems. It is possible to prolong the life of your new clothes by placing a patch inside of them. Not only pants and jackets can be fixed, but also sheets, car seats, even socks. The fabric you are going to repair has to be able to tolerate the highest temperature of an iron.
👤These are excellent. I have white cotton dress shirts at the office that are thin and tear on the sleeves because of all the desk work. I put patches on the elbows to reinforce the sleeves, and it looks almost invisible. You have to pay attention to it. They stay on despite the frequent machine wash and tumble dry, because it was very easy to put them on.
👤The seller's concern for my satisfaction is appreciated. The attention to detail is important. Waited and washed the top sheet. It hopes it lasts a long time during sheet washings.
👤It was a perfect patch. I used something like this for the first time and immediately searched for one after I accidentally cut parts of my favorite blanket. These patches were exactly what I was looking for, they were affordable, and white, which means they blend in with any kind of fabric perfectly. When I stuck these patches on my blanket, I didn't have to worry about the rip in my blanket. The glue stuck to the fabric and even when I tried to run my finger in a different direction, the fabric wouldn't budge. I used a straightener instead of an iron and the latch stuck on in a second. It's really easy to use. I don't need to buy anymore because there are so many patches.
👤The hole in the middle of the fitted sheet would make sewing on a fabric patch difficult. The iron-on alternative was easy to apply. I don't have to worry about ruining a perfectly good sheet by sticking my toe through it in the middle of the night. The patch is soft enough to sleep with, but rugged enough to prevent further damage. A quick fix! I was not thinking when I applied the patch to the hole, so I was able to adhere the patch to the ironing board cover below the hole. It's true! If you put something on the other side of the hole, it will make the patch stronger. Great product.
👤I wrote a review last week about the Singer brand repair patches, which didn't adhere to a 100% cotton fabric. The brand Zefffka, made in the EU, work better on the same fabric. These must be different types of glue. Maybe the singer was bad. Follow the instructions with care. Only cotton or linen fabrics can be used, because they don't melt under the high heat. If you're not sure of the fiber content, you can hide a small spot on your garment. The iron should be put to use for 60 seconds to test a tiny spot. The patch won't work if it becomes molten. If it's a hidden spot, you'll have a melted hole in your clothes. If you want the patch to show, apply it to the inside of the garment. If you're worried about stickage to the other side of the jean, you can use a piece of paper between layers of fabric that you're not fixing. If you want the best pressure to adhere, use an ironing board. The weird packaging was odd. The cat patch is in the clear package. These are lightweight patches. There was no cat. I found the packaging confusing. Maybe it was re-packaged? The attached yellow sheet has instructions that are helpful, but they suggest you apply the patch to the outside of the garment. Nope. To apply, you have to be inside. It won't show if it's a small hole. You can buy a fabric patch that is closer in shade to what you are fixing. They have patches that would work better to fix a pair of jeans. The white patch worked well for me.
Please do not iron with steam, these iron on fabric patches are not inside the jeans. They've got a neat hack to solve this problem for good, and it will surprise you. Large patch for clothing is ideal for mending, reinforcing and decorating many different applications. There are denim patches on the inside of jeans to repair clothing. There are knee patches for kids pants that add new life to the clothes. You can pick the color of your jeans from a variety of colors. Instructions for use of eBateck brand.
👤I tried to apply it to jeans that had been washed. Carefully followed instructions. The instructions say to iron at 150 degrees. I tried both, but didn't say Fahrenheit or Centigrade. It is not very hot. I tried. Nothing. I tried 300 F, which is about 150 C. The setting for cotton is 400 F, which is 150 C, which is what these patches usually require. There is still nothing. It didn't stick. These didn't stick at all. A one-star review was written. I wondered how it could be so bad that they wouldn't stick. After examining the patches, I noticed that there was a protective film on the side of the glue. The film is on a band-aid. You can apply them if you remove that. I go back to the package to see what else I didn't see after beingrate myself for not reading the directions. There is nothing in the directions for removing the film. Not a word. Nothing about Centigrade or Fahrenheit. I have never had to remove a protective film when using iron-on patches here and in Europe. It would be a good business move for the seller to include that in the directions. If you remove the film, they stick. I can't say how long they stay or how many washes they stay through. But they stick. If you plan on washing your clothes, don't count on them staying on for a month.
👤See the paper thin. The ones I ordered are no longer available. You need real cotton with some heft to patch worn knees on jeans. The ones with good ratings are too small. There are more lies. The patch is useless if it has no weight or thread count. I am going to make my own jeans with fabric glue. I have a sewing machine. The old ones from the Far East worked well. The corners would lift after many washings. The trim was done with scissors. The main body glue was mounted outside. They are mounted inside. What's going on with exporters? Have you no dignity? Iron on patches for jeans, clothing, 3 colors.
👤If they were really bad, I would use them on the inside of my pants and shorts. They worked well and are hardy patches. I was expecting better quality and it was nice. If you have a pile of old ripped jeans/shorts/jorts, you can reuse them. These work on non denim.
👤If you want to bleed color through hold for 30 seconds, then rub the heat in with your finger, then push the heat in with the tip of the iron, because if you don't do that, it will get too hot. It is a great place to restrengthen the back pocket.
👤The iron on patches seem to be a quick way to fix bluejeans. The iron on patch fell off the jeans after the first time through the laundry, using warm water.
👤I'm 100% satisfied. The patches are easy to apply, stay on through multiple washes, and come in a variety of colors that make it easy to find the right match. All at a great price.
There is a 3-pack of Black, Navy Blue and Light/Denim Blue. The fabric iron on patches are made of twill cloth and are hard to be worn out and safe to use. You will get 30 pieces fabric iron on patches in 5 colors as a picture show, sufficient quantities to meet your sew needs, making your jeans different all the time. The fabric patches are easy to heat with iron on the clothes, and they are made with hot melt glue on the back, which makes them stick to the clothes. It only takes a few minutes to repair or decorate your clothes if you iron on fabric patches. Please do not iron with steam, these iron on fabric patches are not inside the jeans.
👤My mother used to use iron on patches to fix our clothes. I have had several Ol' Jeans, but the wholes are getting large. Worse still, in rear pockets where wallet and keys are kept. The light bulb went off when I saw these patches on Amazon. It is necessary to patch them. I decided to experiment a bit after receiving them. I put the patch inside the garment. I tried the pants on. Leave the material in the pants, smooth it out, and iron it away. If No Stick iron is used, there is no steam, high heat, or awkwardness. The iron should be kept moving in circles or back and forth. Keep the heat on for a while. Check directions and material type for repairs. Practice pieces with cuttings on garnets. Practice makes perfect. The technique works to fix pockets. The patch is under a pocket material, and still has the glue facing outward through the hole. You are good when you master that trick. . DEWinit, GB.
👤I'm tired of buying new pants after only a few times my kids wear them because they are hard on their school clothes. I've started ironing patches inside the knees and they last a semester. #pantsaver!
👤It was easy to work with the small patches. When I recovered a couch, there were holes where the strips of fabric were ripped off. I had to be very careful because the fabric I was using was melted from the iron, and it was difficult to get the corners of the patch to lay flat.
👤My fur mongers like to chew my crotch. I decided to try it. I was a little unsure how the fabric would feel in my groin, but it was not bad. I wouldn't say it's soft, but it's not uncomfortable. There is a mild softness and stiff difference between cotton shorts and capris. It was easy to iron on and wear the same day. It seems to be clean. I haven't had any problems so far.
👤These are easy to cut to size and do adhere very well, I put them onto an expensive barbeque cover that has been rained and snowed on, and they are still stuck on. The color doesn't stay. The sunbleached the color right out, and my cover is light gray. It's just a barbeque cover, but if it's used on clothes, the color may not stay the same.
👤It's easy to use. You can cut it into a shape. My kids are young, and they only peeled them off at school. It probably took them less time than I did to iron them on.
👤The tan patches are not close to the color shown. My son's uniform pants were in need of a patch. The school uniform tan is included in the photo. There are two shades of brown. The lightest has a red tone. Completely useless for the purpose.
👤They made it through the dryer a couple times.
If you have a question, please do not hesitate to contact them. They will give you a solution. 100% customer satisfaction is guaranteed. The package includes 12 iron-on denim patches. The ideal size will help to hide the weaknesses of both small and large holes. Four different shades of blue will match your denim clothes. The patches are made of cotton and covered with a hot-melt film. High quality materials are used to make the patches. It will take a few minutes to repair or decorate your jeans, as only an iron is required. Put the patch on the desired spot and iron over it with pressure for 60 seconds. The hot-melt film on each patch is very durable, you don't have to sew it on or use further fabric glue. Do not use hair straighteners or other heating objects to apply patches, only use an iron. You can put patches on the outside of a garment. You can cut the patches with scissors or die-cut machine, the package includes several templates to help you decorate your clothes. You can apply patches from the inside of a garment, this way the shiny rear side of the patch shows through the hole. The glue will look like normal fabric after a couple of washes. Applied patches can be tumble dried on a high temperature setting. If the patch starts to peel off, re- iron it. Even after washing, one patch can be re-ironed at least 3 times. To prevent the felting from curling up, pay special attention to the corners, butt areas and seams when applying the patches. Money saver is to repair crotch areas. If it already has tears marks, use the patches to prevent future problems. It is possible to prolong the life of your new clothes by placing a patch inside of them. Not only pants and jackets can be fixed, but also sheets, car seats, even socks. The fabric you are going to repair has to be able to tolerate the highest temperature of an iron.
👤I've used Iron On Patches for years, but this was the first time I've seen it bleed through the iron. After placing the iron onto the warmed area, I held on to it for a short time. I used some paper between the iron and the patch to solve the issue. I used the whole package with the paper and will not buy it again.
👤It is definitely worth the money. The pack is made of 4 different colors and they are really strong. I saved 5 pairs of jeans. I hated the fact that my thighs kept getting wet. They will last longer now.
👤I had a hole in the inner thigh area of one of my favorite pairs of pants, but I couldn't throw them out. These patches worked well. They are holding well and the patch is not noticeable. So far, successful buy.
👤The product is easy to use. The inside of my jeans were patched by me. I need to tack the corners for added stability, then wear them and update the post to make sure the patch is holding up. Zeffka contacted me immediately after I ordered them to give me tips on how to use the patch. It was very helpful and came quickly. I needed to fix my jeans. The patches and jeans have been washed multiple times and are soft and comfortable. Good product.
👤My children's jeans have these patches on them. Some went on actual holes and others used preventative measures. The colors matched well. I put stitches in the corners to see if they worked. There is no difference between the sewed patches and the ones without. They have been washed and worn a few times, and the patches are holding up well, but a couple are starting to show wear around the patches instead of through them. The only advice I can give is to hit the corners and edges with the iron. They fit across the wide part of the iron. I missed the edge of one of the patches I applied and had to heat them again. I kept the iron on for 20 seconds because they warned me not to over-heat the patches. I was a bit skeptical but so far it has been good. Those might have been overheated or didn't stick properly. These are a good way to extend the lives of kids jeans. I will be putting a set in all of my boys' jeans.
👤Purchase a set of patches to fix the tears on the back pockets of my jeans. I took them out of the bag and found that they weren't real denim material, but rather a thin patch of denim. The thin materials cheap bandannas are made of, just died to look like denim. I was willing to overlook this because the patch I picked looked similar to the jeans I was fixing. The application was straight forward, hot iron and pressure applied. There is more to it according to the directions, but that is the process. I washed my jeans the way I normally would after I thought it looked like it worked. The patch did not survive a single wash. The glue peel around all the edges when it wasn't safe to use in the dryer. I can peel the patch from the jeans without any effort. I have images that I want to put on Amazon's website, but they are not letting me put them there right now. I'm not sure if it's worth returning these, since shipping them back would cost more than they're worth, but they are useless for my needs. I get that for chasing a deal when I should have stayed with the more notable brands. I wouldn't recommend this product.
Money saver is to repair crotch areas. If it already has tears marks, use the patches to prevent future problems. It is possible to prolong the life of your new clothes by placing a patch inside of them. Not only pants and jackets can be fixed, but also sheets, car seats, even socks. The fabric you are going to repair has to be able to tolerate the highest temperature of an iron. There are 12 iron-on denim patch repair kits. It's perfect for mending blue jeans, shirts, skirts and jackets. The bonus stencil was included. Cotton is 95 percent cotton and 5% Polyester.
👤It was easy to use. The jeans were pre-ironed to get them hot and flat. I put the side down and made sure to iron it out for about 45 seconds. I pressed all around the edges. I also washed the jeans. The setting was turned off. Let other Amazon shoppers know... Every patch has staple holes, so they were awarded 3 stars. All were stapled together. Other reviewers have stated that you may receive at least 2 Heavy Duty staplers. The staplers are difficult to remove with a stapler. Use needle nose pliers and a small flat head screwdriver to pry the edges. Pull without opening the stapler first, as you may damage some of the patches. The jeans have gone through a few washes and the seams are holding up well.
👤These were terrible. I don't read reviews because some things are actually good. These are terrible. It took too long to iron them on. I had to put them on the inside of my jeans. I could feel them every second I wore my jeans. It wouldn't be a big deal for me, but it might be to other people. I washed them and they fell off after one wash. That was cool.
👤The product works perfectly. A patch goes through repeated washings and drying at hot dryer settings. Iron-on may be interpreted as "to iron a shirt" in some reviews. You need to heat the plastic coating hot enough to melt it and then press it into the fabric hard enough to penetrate the fibers. Allow the patch to cool slowly and keep the pressure on it. I put some material over the hot patch and keep hand pressure on it while it cools. Don't blame the drier for the loosened patch. If you want to experiment, let a new patch tumble in a drier at the highest heat setting. Take it out and look at the side that is glue. It won't change at cooler temperatures. I hope some of the suggestions will help.
👤Wanted to use Levi's for work around the house. Washed before putting on patches. After ironing flat, patches were applied using cotton setting on iron for 45 seconds. After wearing for yard work, washed in warm water, then cold rinse, and medium dryer. Two of the patches are loose on one edge. I bought iron mending tape to fix all the loose patches. I thought Singer patches would be good. I don't recommend. Iron on patches stayed on when I was a kid.
👤They work. They survive the wash if you heat em up real good. If not, then attack any lifty corners with an iron and it will stick right back down. Getting it'melted in' at the start is the key. The patches are warm, but they are nowhere near the heat and melting you need to do.
👤It's the same thing. Singer puts heavy duty staple through every piece and trying to get them out will ruin a few threads in the product. The staple and anti-theft staple are the most sturdy pieces of metal I have seen used in packaging outside of a heavy-duty staple. Pulling those things out, no matter how delicately, tore a few threads on every piece. There are at least 2 little bumps on every single piece, the big ones have 6 bumps. If you put the paper on the items, it will cause the bag to fall down. Attach the bag to the cardboard with a staple. Simple, and you don't ruin the product. It's not a big deal since we are using this to mend clothing that is inherently imperfect, but starting with a damaged product makes me sad.
Save your favorite jeans. Save your favorite jeans.
👤There is an update. The edges were pulled away. It's necessary to replace. The car seat cover had a hole in it. The hole was getting bigger. I shored up a few edges with quick stitches after the patch worked well.
👤It works for those of us who don't like the holes in the jeans.
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