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I May Need Men For Somethings But Riding A Motorcycle Is Not One Of Them Patch With Pink - 4x1.5 inch

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  • 4x1.5 inch
  • Embroidered Patch for Jackets and Vests
  • 100% Rayon Thread Synthetic Embroidery. Plastic Backing with Japanese Iron on Glue. Twill Fabric.
  • Customize your Clothing with Patches
  • Sew on the Patch to Leather Jackets or Vests. Iron on the Patch to Denim Materials.
  • Features Plastic Iron on Backing. Heat Press at 270 Degrees Fahrenheit for 12-30 Seconds
  • Clean Cut Embroidered Borders for Easy Sewing

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Color Black / White / Pink
Dimension 4x1.5 inch
Product Type Embroidered Patch for Jackets and Vests
Material 100% Rayon Thread Synthetic Embroidery. Plastic Backing with Japanese Iron on Glue. Twill Fabric.
Rating Everyone
Comments Customize your Clothing with Patches
Iron on Instructions To properly iron on the patch temperature is important and must be between 260-280 Degrees Fahrenheit. 30 Seconds of applied pressure at the correct temperature is needed using a household iron. 12 Seconds is enough if using a heat press.
Tips for Ironing on Patch Plug in iron. Crank it to highest setting. Place iron on top of your garment with a frying pan thermometer sandwiched between iron and garment to start the preheating process. Once temperature reaches 280 Degrees Fahrenheit unplug your iron. Temperature will continue to rise and then start to decline. Once it declines to 280 Degrees Fahrenheit, Slide the iron, place your patch and put the iron on top of your patch and press as hard as you can for 30 seconds without moving the iron around. Do not mess with the patch until it has completely cooled down. Do not iron on patches to Leather or Nylon!
Application Sew on the Patch to Leather Jackets or Vests. Iron on the Patch to Denim Materials.
Backing Features Plastic Iron on Backing. Heat Press at 270 Degrees Fahrenheit for 12-30 Seconds
Borders Clean Cut Embroidered Borders for Easy Sewing
Fabric Twill
Patch Style Text Only
SKU P5481

Product Description - I May Need Men For Somethings But Riding A Motorcycle Is Not One Of Them Patch With Pink

I May Need Men For Somethings But Riding a Motorcycle Is Not One Of them Patch with Pink measures 4x1.5 inches and is Embroidered in Black / White / Pink. The Small Patch can be sewn on or ironed on to clothing such as Denim or Leather Jackets, Vests, Hats, Back Packs, Shirts. Features plastic backing and embroidered die cut borders.

Why do men insist on meddling with things that are not broken?  My husband is the worst offender of this.  He is always doing changing things round and trying to think up different ways to improve his life.  If he's not rearranging the garage, it's the living room or even the kitchen.  He seriously cannot leave well enough alone.

Just last week he decided that we could do with new lights in the bathroom and instead of calling in an electrician, he decided that it surely couldn't be that hard to take care of it himself.  He's not bad at DIY but he really shouldn't be touching electrics as far as I'm concerned anyway.  So after disconnecting the fuse for the lights, he set to work.  And he was in there all day cursing and swearing as things went from bad to worse for him.

I have not got a clue what went wrong and to be honest I really don't think he does either but all I will say is that by the end of the day, I had no lights working in my bathroom.  You have no idea how irritating this is to me.  It's not the first time either.

He has managed to wipe files from my computer by trying to install certain programs which he insists will make things easier.  My digital television recorder was also wiped with tons of programs I wanted to watch on it.  It must be some kind of condition to just not be able to leave things as they are.  I don't feel the need to be constantly fixing things so I really cannot understand why he does.

I bought him a fantastic embroidered patch for his jacket which really sums up how I feel about this.  The If It Works Don't Fix It patch is perfect for him and to be fair to him he did take it in good spirits.  After all he does know that it gets right on my nerves when he does things like this.

My sister however, thinks this is hilarious but she always has to take things one step too far.  She decided to buy him a patch too and he didn't take this one in the same fashion I have to say.  The Are You Stoned Or Just Stupid Patch that she bought for him was not appreciated at all and led to a bit of a row.  But at the end of the day she says she was only having a laugh and he really should learn to be less sensitive!

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