California Pin - CA Flag, Grizzly Bear, Metal Pin, Rubber Backing 15/16"
- High quality design and craftsmanship
- Made of durable metal with a rubber backing
- Features the iconic California flag and grizzly bear design
- Measures 15/16" x 5/8"
- Perfect for collecting or adding to hats, jackets, backpacks, and more
Show off your love for the Golden State with this California Pin featuring the iconic CA flag and grizzly bear design. Made of durable metal with a rubber backing, this pin is built to last and can be added to hats, jackets, backpacks, and more. Measuring 15/16" x 5/8", this pin is the perfect size for displaying your California pride. Whether you're a collector or just looking for a stylish accessory, this pin is a must-have for any California enthusiast. Order yours today!
Application Guidelines for Iron-On Patches:
- Before applying the patch, set your iron to the maximum heat setting (cotton) and allow it to heat up for approximately 3 minutes.
- Test your fabric's heat tolerance at this setting by doing a single pass with the iron on the garment to avoid any damage to the fabric.
- Place the patch on the desired location, then cover it with a cotton cloth or Teflon sheet.
- Using the heated iron, press down firmly on the patch, especially on the edges, and hold for 30 seconds.
- Turn the garment inside-out, then use the heated iron to apply pressure to the back of the patch for another 30 seconds.
- Remove the iron and let the patch cool for approximately 5 minutes.
- For an even more secure hold, it is recommended to sew around the edges of the patch after ironing.
Please note that we cannot guarantee that the patch will adhere to all types of fabric.
Patches can be washed GENTLY when attached to a garment. When machine washing, it is advisable to turn the garment inside out, secure or close any zippers, hooks, or other items that may snag the patch threads during washing. We recommend washing on the gentle cycle with cold water and allowing it to air dry. It is important to note that ironed-on patches may have loosened adhesive after machine washing. Therefore, we highly recommend sewing the patch or the corners of the patch if you choose to iron it on.
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