How To Iron on Patches Guide Released By Biker Patches has released a new how-to guide on iron on patches to jackets and clothing. Bikers and Motorcycle Club Members and other interested parties can find the guide online at

An ecommerce business selling biker patches online,, has published a new how-to guide dedicated to helping bikers and motorcycle club members iron on a patch to clothing like denim biker jackets and vests. The guide has useful information for Bikers facing the challenge of perfectly ironing on a patch the first time they try.

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Interested parties are invited to review the how-to guide in full on their website:

This most recent how-to guide from contains precise and detailed steps and instructions along with how to videos. It is designed to be used by people who love motorcycles and patches on their jackets. It contains helpful information to iron on a patch to clothing like denim biker jackets and vests. It shows users the mistakes to avoid to make sure the patch irons on the first time users try it. states that this accessible, easy to follow guide provides all of the information necessary to fully understand how to apply patches to clothing to get the best possible results.

The Full How-To Guide Covers: ironing on a patch with a household iron – how to avoid common mistakes while applying the patches, ironing on a patch with a commercial heat press – how to use Hotronix heat press to iron on patches, sewing on patches – how to perfectly sew around the circumference or the borders of the patch without the patch moving about during the sewing process.

When asked for more information about the guide, Erhan Simavi, the owner of Biker Patches said “I hope this guide will eliminate the frustration a typical person faces when trying to iron on a patch. The internet is full of how to videos and I know most of these videos show the wrong way to iron on a patch. They say to set the iron to it’s hottest setting. This is false information! The reason behind creating this guide is to show people how to iron on patches to jackets and clothing and make it work the first time you try. We talk about the right temperature to use and how to achieve that, the materials you cannot iron on to, such as leather or nylon. Don’t get me wrong our patches will stick onto leather or nylon materials BUT the heat required to adhere the iron on patch properly will end up scorching your leather or nylon material jackets and vests. That’s why we make all our patches with easy to sew on borders if the material you are putting it onto cannot take the heat. You’ll know the exact temperature to set your iron to. Most importantly just because the patch has a plastic backing does not mean it has iron on glue applied to it! The trick isn’t to melt the plastic onto the fabric, the trick is to heat up and activate the glue rubbed on the plastic backing to properly adhere the patch to clothing. That’s the difference between our patch prices and the ones priced lower than ours.”

Bikers, Motorcycle Club Members and anybody interested in learning how to properly iron on patches to jackets and clothing are invited to review the how-to guide online:

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