Badges

These enamel badges are 25mm wide and have the Robin logo standing on a black and white beach ball. They are made by Terry’s Badges.

Delivery is by Royal Mail 2nd Class.

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Enamel Badge 1905-2016
£4.00
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Enamel Badge Roland Out
£4.00
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The Robin logo and Covered End Choir logotype come as a pair of embroidered badges. These are iron on badges (see instructions at bottom of page), but we would suggest they are sewed onto your garment. The Robin badge is 54mm wide and 70mm high and the covered end choir badge is 75mm wide and 24mm high.

Delivery is by Royal Mail 2nd Class.

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Badges (Robin badge and separate Covered End Choir badge)
£4.00
Free shipping

Application instructions for your badges, its simple. You will need:

• an iron
• a firm flat surface – a table is better than an ironing board
• a damp sponge
• a thin piece of cloth
• your garment
• and an iron-on emblem.

1. Switch on your iron, set it to the maximum temperature and allow it to warm up.
2. Very lightly dampen the area where you want to apply the emblem.
3. Place the emblem with the embroidery facing you
4. Cover the emblem with the thin cloth and press as firmly as you can for 60 seconds on both sides of the garment. Do not use steam.
5. Turn the garment inside out and repeat the process
6. Check that the edges are properly bonded and allow the garment to cool

The bond reaches maximum strength after 24 hours so try to avoid the wearing the garment during that period. The garment can be washed according to the care label