Step 1: Prepare the Garment

  • Lay the garment out on a flat, heat-resistant surface like an ironing board.
  • Smooth out any wrinkles or folds in the fabric where the sticker will be applied.

Step 2: Preheat the Iron

  • Set your iron to a moderate temperature or the setting recommended for the fabric type.
  • Ensure the steam function is turned off.

Step 3: Position the Sticker

  • Place the iron-on sticker onto the desired area of the garment with the adhesive side facing down.
  • Make sure it is straight and centered as per your design preference.

Step 4: Iron On the Sticker

  • Place a thin cloth or parchment paper over the sticker to protect it and the garment.
  • Gently press the heated iron on top of the sticker through the protective layer.
  • Apply firm, even pressure for about 20 seconds, moving the iron slightly to cover the entire sticker area.

Step 5: Cool Down

  • Remove the iron and protective cloth.
  • Allow the garment and sticker to cool completely. Do not rush this step, as moving the sticker while hot could cause it to not adhere properly.

Step 6: Peel Off the Backing

  • Once the sticker and garment are completely cool, carefully peel away the backing paper from the sticker.
  • If the sticker lifts at all, replace the backing, cover with the cloth, and re-iron for another 10 seconds, then let it cool again.

Step 7: Test and Finish

  • Gently test an edge of the sticker with your fingernail to ensure it is fully adhered.
  • Your garment is now ready to wear with its new custom design!

Care Instructions:

  • Wait at least 24 hours before washing the garment.
  • Wash the garment inside out on a gentle cycle with cold water.
  • Hang to dry or use a low heat dryer setting.

Note: Iron-on stickers adhere best to cotton and poly-cotton blends. They may not stick to all fabric types, so always test on a small area first if uncertain.