How to Remove an Iron on Patch from Clothing?

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To remove an iron-on patch from clothing you will need to re-heat it to melt the adhesive. Turn the clothing inside out and iron the back of the patch from the sides. Slowly peel it off as the adhesive loosens. If some adhesive remain stuck, remove it with an adhesive remover.
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