How it works
If you follow the instructions your clothing stamp and name labels will last a very long time.
How to use the clothing stamp?
It's so easy! Just place the clothes on a hard and flat surface, place the stamp on the clothes, press the stamp and wait a little bit. And that's it!
Just do not forget afterwards to put the cover back on the stamp in order to prevent the stamp from drying out. Store your stamp with the cover facing down. The ink will remain in the lower part of the cartridge (the part of the stamp soaked with ink) and the imprint will be always nice and black.
The ink is very durable and the imprint on the clothes lasts from 10 to 20 washes depending on washing powder, washing temperature, usage of softener or stain removers. The ink used in the stamp is non-toxic, safe and certified for contact with human skin.
Keep in mind that the ink in the stamp will dry out sooner or later. We therefore recommend that you also order replacement ink and refill the stamp regularly (ideally once every 3 months). If the ink does dry up, you can order a replacement cartridge here. When you receive it, you will insert it into your stamp, which will then print like new.
Before putting the clothes in the washing machine, let the imprint dry out for at least one day. Eventually, the imprint will fade away but then you can just take your stamp and stamp it again!
How to refill the ink?
Every time the imprint gets weak, just take out the cartridge (the part of the stamp soaked with ink) from the stamp and pour a few drops of ink on it. A few drops are really enough (ie. 5 to 10), return the cartridge to the stamp, place the stamp with the cover facing down and wait one day till the ink gets through the cartridge. You can speed it up by pressing the stamp several times. Your stamp will be like new after refilling the ink.
The cartridge in the stamp is soaked with ink which allows you to make around 1000 imprints. The extra refill ink bottle includes ink for an additional 5000 imprints. This will give you 6000 imprints in total!
You shall pour in a few drops of ink at least once per three months in order to prevent the ink from drying out. If you follow this simple rule, your stamp will lasts a very long time.
How to use name labels?
Using name labels is very simple. Just take the sheet with the name labels, peel off the label and stick it anywhere you want. The name labels stick best on the clean and smooth surfaces.
The name labels are specifically designed for marking kids' stuff such as pencil cases, school bags, lunch boxes, bicycle helmets, or tennis rockets. Kids will be able to recognise their stuff not only by their name but also by the selected icon.
How to apply name labels on clothing?
Name labels can be also applied to clothing! They are very thin and flexible and thus will stick on clothes very well and kids will not even notice them. Just make sure that they are applied to a clothing care tag or brand tag and not directly on fabric.
The name labels can be put also into a washing machine or dryer. Before doing so just wait at least one day so that the ink will have time to dry out properly.
What is the lifetime of name labels?
Despite the fact that name labels are highly durable and have very strong glue, they are just stickers and their lifetime is thus limited. If you take care of them properly they will last very long.
Name labels are not laminated and thus they can be scratched if exposed to friction.
Name labels can be removed. Just peel off the corner with your nail and slowly remove the name label.
Always bear in mind that name labels are not toys and should be applied by an adult.
Our clothing stamp is an excellent tool for marking kids' clothes which makes it clear for kids or their teachers who the owner is. It is ideal for kids who are attending nursery school, interest groups or when going camping during which kids can mix up their clothes.
If your stamp prints very faintly or not at all, the ink in the stamp may have dried out. The easiest way to revive your stamp is to order a new replacement plate here.
As the stamp is equipped with a black cartridge, the imprint will not be visible on dark garments. We recommend using our name labels in this case, just make sure to apply it to a care tag with instructions or a brand tag, not directly on fabric.
No, you obviously don't. The imprint lasts on the fabric from 10 to 20 washes based on the type of the washing powder, washing temperature, usage of softener or stain remover. Usage of stain remover or aggressive washing powder will significantly shorten the lifetime of the imprint.
When sending by post, the stamp may be for a long period of time be in a position upside down and the ink inside may thus get onto the other side of the cartridge. In this case, just take out the cartridge, pour a few drops of ink on the cartridge, put back the cartridge into the stamp and store the stamp for one day with the cover facing down. The ink will gradually soak through the cartridge and will print again. You can speed up this process by pressing the stamp several times.
Just have a look at our video tutorial. Take out the cartridge, pour a few drops of ink on the cartridge (5 to 10 drops are enough) and place down the stamp with the cover facing down. The ink will gradually soak through the cartridge and the imprint will be sharp and black.
The ink inside the stamp has a tendency to dry out and thus you have to refill the ink into the stamp at least once per half year. If you follow this simple rule, your clothing stamp will last a very long time. Failure to do this will result in the stamp drying out after one year. If you do not regularly refill the ink every half year, the ink will eventually dry out and the stamp will not be renewable.
We recommend using the clothing stamp primarily on smooth absorbent fabric (e.g. cotton) rather than on fleece or heavy knit.
Yes, the ink is certified for contact with human skin.
Name labels are stickers with a name and selected icon that can be easily personalised by you. You can apply it to almost anything you want. They are most widely used by moms who need to label kids' stuff when they go to school. You can apply them to pencil cases, school bags, lunch boxes, but also to sport accessories such as helmets or tennis rockets.
Yes, you can. The name labels are resistant to both washing machines and dryers.
No, the name labels are meant to be applied to a clothing care tag or a brand tag only, not directly to fabric.
Yes, using your nail gently peel off the corner and then slowly remove the name label.