Jonathan repair kit ( called Vaatelaastari ) is a new product updated by Finnish members. It's easy to patch holes, cover stains, and decorate clothes and accessories! The versatile and washable Vaatelastar adheres to textiles, but also to leather and plastic in one minute when pressed. Patch up elegantly with patterns created by Finnish designers and made from sustainable materials!
Jonathan x Vaatelaastar pack contains 4 patches:
Maxi, 2 pcs, 11 x 8 cm, oval, black
Medium 2 pcs, 7 x 7 cm, round, pattern
How to use the self-adhesive Vaatelastar FabPatch:
Gradually remove the fabric from the backing paper, avoiding touching the adhesive surface.
Attach the exposed adhesive surface to the garment and gently pull the backing paper out while pressing the Patch.
Attach the FabPatch to the Vision Patch by applying firm and careful pressure, preferably against a hard surface, for at least one minute. You can use a blunt object such as a spoon. Pay special attention to the edges.
Your textile patched with Vaatelaastar FabPatch is immediately ready for use!
When properly applied, Vaatelaastar FabPatch resists washing on many textile types. However, wait at least three days before the first wash to allow the adhesive to set. The longer you wait before the first wash and between washes, the more firmly the Vaatelaastar will stick.
You can wash the clothes at 40 degrees and dry them in a tumble dryer. Do not dry clean or use detergents containing fabric softeners.
Be sure to match the washing instructions of the Vaatelaast and your garment!
Vaatelastar's FabPatch is not recommended for textiles intended for children under 3 years of age.
The FabPatch patch sticks best to old textiles that have been washed several times.
Chemicals in clothes and detergents, such as fabric softeners, can affect the washability of your Vision Patch. There are thousands of different chemicals used in clothing and they all have different effects on how the FabPatch Patch washes out.
The best results in terms of wash resistance have been obtained with synthetic fibers. When patching clothes made of natural fibers, pay attention to careful fastening.
Edge fraying / fraying is a product feature.
The product has a characteristic odor that is harmless and disappears within a few hours.
The patch is not removable. However, you can cut off the loose edges after washing, press the loose edges back onto the garment and iron or dry the garment in a tumble dryer.