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Clothing Labels are great for keeping track of your kid's clothing. Easily iron these labels on to nearly all types of fabrics, and once they're on they won't come off even in washing machines and tumble dryers.

Using clothing labels on your kids clothing means that you won't have to replace expensive school uniforms and other kids clothing, saving you lots of money and hassle. Plus having your kids keep track of their belongings helps to stop any anxiety and will give them a greater sense of responsibility and ownership.



Clothing Labels FAQ's



Can Clothing Labels be used in my washing machine and tumble dryer?Yes, as long as you've applied them correctly, they're so durable that they'll probably outlast the clothing itself. They can be put through washing machines and tumble dryers without peeling off, even industrial style machines that are used in boarding schools and nursing homes.

What fabrics can Clothing Labels be used on? These clothing labels work best on fabrics that allow for irons, such as 100% cotton. We love to use them on school uniforms, hats, socks, underwear, towels and even some swim-wear (although this last one can be a little tricky to get right but it can be done).


Are these printed Clothing Labels? Yes, we print all of our clothing labels with your details. You can  preview your clothing labels before you buy to make sure they look perfect.

Do you have transparent Clothing Labels? Sorry this is not available for Clothing Labels. If you need to have no visible backing, the only way is to get them embroidered.


Are the Clothing Labels pre-cut? Yes ,all  are individually cut so that it’s easy for you to use.

Can I remove my Clothing Labels? Once you have ironed the clothing labels to the fabric properly, it will be very difficult to remove them as they are designed to be a permanent label. This means that they won't come off in washing machines and tumble driers.

If you need to remove them, you can try using the application method in reverse. To do this, heat the label first. Once heated up you can then try to peel the label off. You will most likely find that you won't be able to get it off in one clean sweep. You also won't be able to iron another one on top as they'll melt into each other.

The best way would be to cut a piece of fabric off and sew it or use fabric glue to stick it over the top. Alternatively you can get a permanent marker and scribble over the name.