Create Beautiful Designs With Our Custom Iron-On Labels
At NameMaker, we work hard to provide our customers with gorgeous, quality iron-on labels they can trust. It's why we create our very own label material. Our iron-on labels for clothes are made using incredibly soft, easy-to-apply fabric that stays on through home laundry, commercial cleaning and dry cleaning. Iron-on clothing labels are perfect for nearly any application, from camp and nursing care facilities to clothing designers and craft hobbyists.
We want you to love your iron-on labels just as much as we do. That's why we offer a slew of customization options to choose from, including icons, wording and text color. We even give you the ability to add one, two, three or four lines of text. Try uploading your own design or logo for that special touch — the options are endless. Need a little assistance creating your custom iron-on labels? Our design team can help.
Do Our Iron-On Labels For Clothes Really Stick?
You bet! Customers have been relying on our iron-on material for over 70 years! When your new iron-on labels adhere to the fabric, they are permanently bonded together. This process is far superior to other, lesser quality options like stick-on labels. And our iron-on clothing labels won't ever fade or fall off. In fact, our labels adhere so well to fabric, that we often receive calls requesting instructions for how to remove them when it comes time to donate the piece of clothing. Give us a call, we'll walk you through it! Learn more by visiting our help center.
How To Attach Iron-On Labels to Fabric
At NameMaker, we make incredibly easy-to-use iron-on labels for clothes. If your item of clothing is new, be sure to wash it prior to ironing on your label. And for best results, use your iron-on clothing labels within two years of purchase. The following is the easy three-step process for attaching your new custom iron-on labels. Have a question or need additional information about our iron-on labels? Reach out today.
1. Place Iron-On Label on Clean, Dry Clothing
First, carefully remove your iron-on label from the support packaging. Then, gently place it in your desired spot on the clean, dry clothing you wish to label.
2. Cover with Parchment Paper
Now, cover the label with parchment paper. At this point, you'll want to empty your iron's water tank, adjust the temperature to high and turn off the steam.
3. Iron Label without Steam
Then, iron the label without steam at the iron's maximum temperature. Press down on the label using gentle back-and-forth movements for 8 to 15 seconds. Wait 24 hours after ironing on the label to wash your item.