Velcro labels are hook and loop tags & patches, badges, with fabric, leather, PVC rubber, chenille material and logos, which are durable and removable. And custom Velcro labels mainly include woven & embroidered patches, PVC rubber or silicone labels, leather & printed labels, etc.
A velcro label has 3 main parts. The Velcro part is the soft loop surface, and we need to sew it on clothes or bags. The second part is the front with the logo. The third part is the rough hook part. Among them, before leaving the factory, workers will make the hook part and the front logo surface together through the machine. Then their components can stick firmly to the loop surface. The biggest feature of the clothing label with Velcro is that it is removable and can replace at any time.
Velcro patches are not only colorful but also affordable. So they are perfect for employee uniforms. Also, some school uniforms, military, and other businesses also require custom Velcro patches for different occasions. And here are some instructions for you. Paste the Velcro directly on the rough surface. If not, please sew the fur surface we donated, and then paste it. And you can replace them at any time. Continue reading “Custom Velcro labels and patches”
There are 9 different types of patches, as woven & embroidered patches, leather & PVC patches, chenille & name patches, bullion & printed or iron-on patches. They can make clothes more fashionable and interesting. So, many clothing, bags, etc. will add patches & labels to get more attention and brand promotion. In fact, In fact, depending on the material and workmanship, they have different functions in the non-stop field. Below you will find a list of the different types of patches we offer:
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- Woven Patches
- Embroidered Patches
- Leather Patches
- PVC Patches
- Chenille Patches
- Name Patches
- Bullion Patches
- Printed Patches
- Iron-On Patches
Woven patches and embroidered patches are not the same. The higher resolution makes for clean, crisp lettering. Unlike embroidered patches, woven patches can be produced according to tight schedules and, best of all, they cost less.
1) A 50% savings over embroidered patches
2) High-definition text, logos, and artwork
3) A flat surface, making custom made patches easy to affix to garments, bags, and other textile products
4) Sturdy for outdoor use or high friction areas
5) They can be both sew on or iron on the clothing
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