We offer 4 different materials from which we make our ironing pictures. We would like to explain to you what these are and where the differences lie.
Velours ironing pictures:
The velour ironing pictures are slightly thicker and have a velvety surface of viscose fibres with a very soft handle. After ironing, they stand out from the textile to create a slight 3D effect. They are very suitable for children and baby clothes and of course for all those who like it cuddly. After ironing, the velour iron-on pictures can be washed at 60° (on the left) and dried.
Glitter ironing pictures:
The glitter ironing pictures consist of metal & rhinestone glitter particles which have a brilliant glitter effect. The glitter particles do not fall off and the ironing pattern looks like new even after many washes. Glitter ironing pictures are ideally suited for special occasions or to set expressive accents on clothing, accessories or even home textiles. After ironing, the glitter ironing pictures can be washed at 60° (on the left) and dried in a tumble dryer.
Flex ironing patterns:
The flex ironing pictures consist of a PVC-free, rather elastic film (certified according to OEKO-TEX® Standard 100) with a smooth surface. This is particularly suitable for children's clothing, sportswear and workwear due to its very high resistance to washing. It can also be used to finish home textiles as the surface is washable. After ironing, the flex ironing patterns can be washed at 60° (on the left) and dried in a tumble dryer.
Reflective ironing pictures:
The reflective iron-on pictures consist of metallized micro glass balls which reflect the incident light. Clothes, bags, etc. can be provided with them wonderfully and thus make children more visible and safer in road traffic. They are also wonderful for pet accessories (such as dog coats, larger collars or scarves). After ironing, the reflex ironing pictures are washable at 60° C (on the left) and suitable for dryer.
Luminescent ironing patterns:
The photoluminescent ironing patterns consist of a thin but stable photoluminescent foil. They must first be "refueled" with daylight before they glow green in the dark. The iron-on pictures have a white colour in the light and are washable at 40°. They are ideal for nightwear, curtains or similar home textiles.