Product Care Guide


Please note that for both Patches and Stickers, the product images provided are for illustrative purposes only. Due to variations in photo brightness and angle during the photoshoot, the actual product may differ in appearance.

When inspecting patches, you may notice minor dark debris from the Velcro backing. These remnants are a result of the manufacturing process and are considered normal. They can be easily removed from the surface of the product package using a brush or compressed air.

Patches General Care Tips:

  1. Handwashing: Always handwash your patches to avoid damaging the delicate embroidery or PVC surfaces.
  2. Mild Detergent: Use a mild detergent or soap when washing patches. Harsh chemicals can damage the patches' colors and materials.
  3. Cold Water: Wash your patches in cold water. Hot water can cause colors to fade and may deform PVC patches.
  4. Gentle Cleaning: Gently rub the patches with your fingers or a soft cloth to remove dirt or stains. Avoid scrubbing vigorously, especially for embroidered patches.
  5. Air Drying: Allow your patches to air dry completely. Avoid using a dryer, as the heat can melt PVC patches and shrink embroidered patches. Please avoid direct sunlight under intensive heat as well.
  6. Storage: Store your patches in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and excessive humidity to prevent color fading and material deterioration.

Specific Care for PVC Patches:
  1. Avoid Heat: Keep PVC patches away from direct heat sources, as excessive heat can cause the PVC material to warp or melt.
  2. Avoid Sharp Objects: Be cautious not to puncture or scratch the PVC surface with sharp objects, as it can leave permanent marks.
  3. Avoid Folding: Refrain from folding PVC patches, as it may cause permanent creases or damage the surface.

Specific Care for Embroidered Patches:
  1. Ironing: If your embroidered patch gets wrinkled, you can iron it on the reverse side (back) with a low-heat setting. Place a thin cloth over the patch to protect the embroidery.
  2. Backing: Pay attention to the patch backing. Sew-on patches may need occasional re-stitching to secure them on garments.
  3. Patch Placement: Avoid placing embroidered patches on high-friction areas like elbows or knees, as they can wear out more quickly.


Tips for Both Patch Types:

  1. Test Cleaning Method: Before cleaning the entire patch, test the cleaning method on a small, inconspicuous area to ensure it won't cause any damage.
  2. Avoid Bleach and Solvents: Never use bleach, strong solvents, or abrasive cleaning agents on patches, as they can fade colors and damage the materials.
  3. Professional Cleaning: If your patches are part of a valuable or delicate garment, consider seeking professional cleaning services.
  4. Regular Inspection: Periodically inspect your patches for any loose threads or damage. Repair loose threads promptly to prevent further unraveling.
  5. Patch Removal: If the patch is removable, consider taking it off before washing the garment to prevent any potential damage.


Stickers General Care Tips:

  1. Usage: For best results, apply your sticker to a clean, dry, and flat surface. Avoid harsh weather conditions (direct sunlight, rain, snow, etc.) to extend the life of your sticker designs.
  2. Liquid Contact: All sticker styles: Matte, Glossy, and Transparent have the same level of water resistance. However, water resistance is NOT water proof. Therefore, We don’t recommend putting these stickers through the dishwasher as this can interfere with sticker adhesion. Please use a damp cloth or hand wash products with stickers, for maximum longevity