Remove Iron on Patches?


You can remove an iron on patch by reheating the patch with an iron to warm and loosen the glue. Just take care not to over heat the patch to avoid damaging the fabric material.
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1. Heat the iron to a medium heat. 2. Turn the garment inside out so that you will be placing the iron on the back side of the patch. 3. Place the thin cloth over the patch to keep
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You should be able to remove an iron on patch by reheating the patch with an iron to warm and loosen the glue. Working from the edges, slowly peel off the patch. You will likely need
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How to Remove Iron-On Patches
Although iron-on patches are strong, durable and convenient to use, they are not truly permanent. If you want to remove an iron-on from a garment, it can be done quickly and easily using items that you already have in your home.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
Turn the iron on to a medium heat. Flip the clothing inside out so you will see the back of the patch. Place a thin cloth over the patch to keep from burning the garment. Heat the patch with the iron but do not burn the clothing. Check to see if the patch is coming loose, if not you will need to turn the heat up on the iron. Then you can peel it off. After the patch is off you will need to use some Goo Gone to get rid of the excess glue.
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