MEDIUM for The Ashvault Backpack or other synthetic materials
HIGH for cotton or other heat resistant textiles
Always test an area before you begin!
Preparing the area
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
Ironing the pattern on
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 too hot to touch when it's ready
After ironing, allow to cool completely before touching (important!)
Removing the plastic film
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
You're done! Your new shiny iron on is ready to go!
Pro tips - Important!
Any white discoloration from bruised plastic will not affect the finished design
Do NOT iron on plastic or rubber!! The heat may melt the material.
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 completely cold before removing the film.
We cannot be responsible if the iron-ons do not stick. Please be confident in ironing before you begin or have a professional do it for you.
Applying to Ashvault Backpacks
Applying iron-ons to The Ashvault Backpack
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
Make sure the backpack is clean and dry. The best time to apply the iron-ons is as soon as you get the backpack!
CAUTION: Use these at your own risk! This is an item that causes permanent customisation to your item. We cannot take any responsibility for damage caused by use of a hot iron. Ask a professional who is comfortable with a heat press and decaling before you begin, if you're unsure.
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!
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 :)