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Stick On Clothing Labels - Classic Large Round

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$19.95
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  • Quick, last-minute label solution
  • Temporary Clothing Labels
  • Washing machine and dryer safe
  • Great for uniforms and swimming gear
  • Choose 16 or 32 labels per pack
  • 1.77in. diameter
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If you are in a hurry and need to label on the fly, Stick On Clothing Labels are for you. These fabric labels have a strong adhesive backing so they can be stuck temporarily on the care tag or fabric of a garment, then ironed or sewn down later for a permanent label once you have more time. The perfect labeling solution for those last-minute sleepovers or school excursions that have snuck up on you!

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Application Instructions

How to apply stick on clothing labels

STICK ON
To apply to care tag, simply apply label to tag, pressing down firmly.

To apply to fabric either:
IRON ON
  1. Peel to remove Clothing Label from backing and place face up on fabric so that text is showing.
  2. Cover the Iron On Label with parchment paper and iron over with a DRY iron, between a MEDIUM-HOT (cotton) setting.
  3. Press firmly over the label for 10-15 seconds. Turn the garment over and iron over the area again for 10-15 seconds. Repeat as needed to ensure the label is firmly applied and not lifting at any edge
  4. Allow to cool before use.
For synthetic or delicate fabrics, use wax paper or a handkerchief between the garment and the iron. Labels will adhere to MOST FABRICS.

SEW ON
Apply label to fabric, sew around the edge or along the border.