Why should I use Reflective Iron Ons?
Aside from creating better visibility at night, these versatile vinyl heat-transfer iron ons are also a great way to making your gear unique!
As long as you have an iron or heat press, you can get the phoenix emblem on almost any textile surface. When a light shines on the emblem, the logo will bounce back super bright!
Please note that silver is brighter by roughly 40% (a guesstimate) so if you do a lot of night riding, we suggest getting silver.
3 logos per pack: 1x 15cm, and 2x 7.5cm
Two colours to choose from
Great way to increase visibility at night
Quick and easy to apply!
Please read our guide fully, including the Pro Tips at the end, before you start.
How do you use the Reflective Iron Ons?
A flat, clean area like a table or ironing board
The object you want to the logos to go!
LOW-MEDIUM for materials easily damaged by heat
MEDIUM for The Ashvault Backpack or other synthetic materials
HIGH for cotton (t-shirts, hoodies, etc)
Separate the yellow backing and the plastic film
Lay the glossy side of the film facing up, and the logo touching the material
For heat sensitive materials, place the yellow paper between the plastic film and the iron
Ensure all sticky tape is removed from the plastic film before ironing
Iron smoothly and evenly over the logo for 30-45sec. Avoid stopping in one place for too long
Ensure all parts of the logo has received adequate heat, or the logo won't stick
The plastic film should feel quite hot when it's ready
After ironing, allow to cool completely before touching (important!)
If the plastic film is still warm, the logo may not stick properly
Starting from one end, hold down the material while very carefully pulling back the plastic film, ensuring the logo is stuck to the material
Be careful around the tips of the wings and the ends of the killswitch circle
Any white discoloration from bruised plastic will not affect the finished design
Avoid letting the iron sit in one spot, especially if the material is heat sensitive
If the plastic film is still warm when you try to remove it, the logo may not stick properly. Let it go cold before removing the film
When applying to the front of The Ashvault Backpack, use a LOW setting, iron on the yellow backing paper, and be sure that the area does not get overheated. The waterproof compartment inside the front flap of Ashvault can melt if too much heat is applied
You can put a small microfibre towel inside the waterproof pocket to make sure the two sides of the pocket are separated
What colours do the Reflective Iron Ons come in?
Brightest and most easily seen
Best for night riders or against black gear
Perfect to break up the black
Discreet and stylish
Great if you want some visibility without compromising look
Disclaimer: Flying Solo Gear Co does not take any responsibility for damaged gear caused by ironing. Please note that once the reflective iron ons are applied, they are permanent. We would say this is a good thing :)
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