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"I did a whole year's worth of fun patches in less than an hour. Previously, I had even resorted to hot gluing the patches because i'm not the world's greatest seamstress. Now it looks great and I don't dread the patch hand-out each month!"
-Cori Smith

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Reid W. - Unknown

My son, a new scout, is also a Karate student who has many badges on his gi.  I am using your adhesive to mount the emblems on his gi, since at six years old, his sleeves are too small to use my sewing machine on.

Anonymous

When washing the uniform, button it up and turn it inside out.  This protects the badges and keeps the badges on the arms from lifting along the edges. 

Peggy - Woodbridge, VA

 I used Badge Magic to hang items on chalk and bulletin boards, and when I'm finished it comes right off.  Thanks.

Janice E. - Unknown

My mother crochets slippers for my kids and we use Badge Magic to attach the gripper bottoms.

Anonymous

I used it to put patches on a scrapbook quilt for my son.

Tish – Carmichael, CA

I put a hallway runner in my home and used Badge Magic to put finishing on the edges of a cut to fit runner.

Maggie C – Clifton, VA

I am NOT a sewing person and used to have to pay $2-$3 per patch to have them sewn on. I tried Badge Magic yesterday and did 3 patches, 4 Arrow Points and a Rank Badge all within 10 minutes. You cannot tell the ones that were sewn on from the Badge Magic ones! This stuff really holds the badges! I will recommend this to EVERYONE!!!

Nora R. - Unknown

I us Badge Magic Pant Hemming to control button/buttonhole plackets on blouses, shirts & Coats.

Robin - Unknown

I used it to have all the patches on my son's jamboree uniform, but the real test was when he came home with brand new jamboree shorts with a rip not in the seam. I flattened out the rip put on the badge magic, threw them in the drier and the rip is barely visible.  Thank you badge magic.

T. C.– Alton, IL

Upon reviewing this product at the 2005 National Jamboree, I thought I would try it on a project I was doing for my youth leaders.  I had custom-made patch blankets made for each of my leaders from the Jamboree. These were made of red wool and had their names; office and Troop number embroidered on them. After I received the blankets, I attached patches from the Jamboree Troop for display. This included a Council Strip, Lodge Flap, Troop Numbers, and Office Patch and in some cases their patrol medallion.


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