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Brother TZFA3 1/2" Navy Blue on White Fabric Iron-on Tape (9.8 ft)

by Brother
21 customer reviews

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  • Specially formulated for use on fabric
  • Yields 9.8 ft
  • Printing results with navy blue lettering on a white cloth background
  • The label can be ironed onto virtually any cotton item
  • Easily irons on various fabrics and can withstand multiple launderings
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Product Description

Product Description

0.5" x 9.8' - 1 Tape - Tape

From the Manufacturer

This Brother 1/2 Inch x 9.8 Feet Navy Blue on White Iron-on Tape is specially formulated for use on fabric. Printing results with navy blue lettering on a white cloth background. The label can be ironed onto virtually any cotton item.

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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameBrother
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions7.8 x 5.7 x 0.8 inches
Item model numberTZFA3
Number of Items1
Sheet SizeA4
Manufacturer Part NumberTZFA3
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004Z668
Best Sellers Rank #36,445 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Sandra on June 25, 2005
This product is a bit pricey, but it is so much quicker to use when I had to label my daughter's school items, including my daughter's tennis shoes and jazz shoes. I printed up her name and was able to use the tip of my hot iron to transfer the name label onto the inside tongue of her shoes. I've also used it to label the inside of her ski gloves, socks, just about everything that she has to take to classes....easier to use than a fabric ink pen and you can place the label in a discrete place on the item.

I have even used it to label many of my rock and mineral specimens. Those labels have stayed on so far. I'm curious to see whether they stay on those rocks or not.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By FNU MNU LNU on March 31, 2007
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My husband needed to label his mother's clothes as she was in a nursing home and labeling clothing is the only way to prevent property loss. I designed one label and printed it out about thirty times. Then, he ironed them on to her clothing, typically affixing the iron-on label over the product label inside the garmet. We were impressed that the iron-on labels survived laundering and remained affixed and did not fade. This is much quicker than sewing name tags onto clothing. I think the fabric tape will come in handy for labeling jackets and the like for our kids.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Bluegingham on May 5, 2009
I bought this labeling tape to mark my son's clothes at daycare (required). Fabric pens are messy and hit or miss on ruing the actual garments. Overall I'm pretty pleased with the the labelmaker tapes. I've learned that you have to watch the heat setting on your iron (not too hot) and really apply pressure for a bit for good adhesion. I've labeled approximately a dozen items and only had two tags fall off in the wash. I would recommend for anyone using for a similar purpose.
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Although this stuff is expensive it pays for itself the first time you get the winter coat your kid left at the park back because you had your phone number it. It stays on through the wash (at least for 25 times), is easy to put into clothing and is not scratchy.

I put my home and cell phone number on the inside tongue of my kids shoes (since they wear shoes every day and do not have that many pairs it means they always have the info). If they are separated from me they have the numbers so I can be reached. I used to try to write it with a sharpie, but it is often tough to find enough "blank space" to write a legible phone number. In fact, I used to write my phone number ON my kids with a sharpie when we would go to say, an amusement park, but this is less embarrassing for all.

Most of the time I iron it onto the label tag. Do not try to iron on plastic (such as raincoats) or some nylon that will melt at high temps.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on October 6, 2010
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I had such high hopes for this iron-on labeler tape so I am very dissapointed. I have two kids in preschool so I need to label everything, and I haven't found a way to use permanent markers to write neatly and without bleeding through the garment, and I'm not really good with a needle and thread, so this iron-on labeler tape seemed like the perfect solution. Each label went on fine with no lifted edges or anything that indicated there'd be trouble. But after the very first wash, ALL OF THE LABELS FELL OFF. I tried them on a variety of clothing - denim, khakis, cotton t-shirts, cotton thermal shirts, and I waited to wash the items until a day after application to allow it to "set up"... but each and every label came off on the very firstg wash. I just wasted $20.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. K. Vesteng on July 5, 2007
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I add a little personal touch to my sewing projects using this easy to use fabric tape. By typing a personal message then sewing it to the project, you give each gift a unique touch. It was too bad that I ordered and paid for two but only received one. I emailed the company but never received a response. The product is great though.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JS on March 18, 2010
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My 97 year old grandmother lives in a nursing home so I bought this tape to label the new clothes I bought for her. The other tags that were available online looked like it would take a really long time to get so I opted for this option since I already owned a Brother label maker. The reviews here also looked very promising.

A few days ago, I created five labels and followed the directions (e.g., made sure I pressed very firmly over a thin cloth on top of the label with the iron for 30 seconds). I washed the clothes to test how well the labels stayed on and after the first wash, the labels are already peeling off on the sides. I don't have time to test the other labels that are available on the market so I am going to try to sew the corners of the label down for now.

Since I haven't tried the other tags/labels available on the market, I can't say that this is worse or better. I'm disappointed, however, with this product and will not recommend this to anyone who wants to label clothes for someone in the nursing home or "sleep away" camp. It might work for someone if he/she will be doing the laundry and can monitor the tags after each wash.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. Boudreau on May 26, 2009
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We were looking for a solution to labeling our infant son's clothes to take to daycare. As most baby clothes are label-less to prevent chafing, there's nothing to mark on with a permanent marker. We found this fabric tape that goes in our existing Brother labeler to be just the answer. It goes on easily with an iron, stays put through the washer and dryer and doesn't seem to irritate our son's skin at all. Problem solved.
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