DIY Personalised Theatre Scrub Cap Decal - Iron On Name Label - Doctor / Nurse
Store closed January 1-22 2019. No orders shipped during this time.
Let them know who is at the surgical table in an innocent by personalising your scrub cap. These names are cut with Heat Transfer Vinyl. You will need an iron to apply this decal to your lunchbag or shirt, pillowcase, tote bag....well anything at all really. If you can iron it, you can apply an Iron On Decal to it.
First name box for name and Surname for job title. The price on this item has been reduced for medical personnel. Onky a name + job title is possible at this price. For two names please see the standard listing.
The listing is for two names. Maximum 10 letters. If your job title is longer than 10 letters, pop in the first 10 in the surname box and send me a message and we'll make it as long as you need. Approximately 12cm wide.
Size is determined by approximate width (from left to right as read). Please note that font chosen and length of name (number of letters) will affect the overall height of the label and the maximum height of any label is 10cm (this can result in large labels being less than 15cm wide if they have very few letters or are a font that is particularly high)
A small selection of standard colours are offered. If you're looking for something specific or a glitter/foil style please drop me a line and I can give you a quote.
HOW TO APPLY YOUR DECAL
Your label has a shiny side and a matte side, you need to make sure the matte side is face down on the material. Put your fabric on a firm surface (not ironing board). Heat your iron to the ‘silk’ setting, line label up on your fabric and cover with a piece of greaseproof paper. Press down on the label as firmly as you can (put all your weight into it) and count to 15. Take iron and greaseproof paper away and allow to cool briefly. Once cooled down (but still warm) pull the clear plastic away very carefully. If your label hasn’t stuck properly replace the sheet and transfer paper and press again.
If your transfer is larger than your iron do half the pressing but do not remove the clear plastic top sheet until complete. Cover the section (or any part of the material you don’t want heated with a damp chux or similar and press the next piece. You can also cut around designs to do the ironing in smaller pieces. If you iron on a piece of the transfer after taking off the plastic it may stick to your iron. Don’t remove the top plastic layer till you have finished pressing.
CARE FOR YOUR GARMENT
If there are scorch marks on your garment you can remove these by using a damp (but not soaking) chux style cloth and ironing the area gently again (just iron the scorch marks with the wet cloth creating steam)
Do not wash the garment for at least 3 days after the decal has been applied and only wash on cool, inside out and don’t iron the transfer.
Holographic, chrome, confetti and Shimmer vinyls will not adhere well to any surface that is not firm/smooth. This includes soft surface plastics like b.box. Tupperware Sandwich keepers, Montiico drink bottles and flexible seal lunches.