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Just peel Polo Stays off their liner and stick them to the underside of your collar.Polo Stays also work on shirts without collar stay pockets! Polo Stays must be heat activated with an iron, to set the adhesive. The Stays adhere themselves to your shirts' fabric and have been tested through over 60+ wash-and-dry cycles...without coming off. What happens after 60 wash-and-dry cycles? Polo Stays may lift from the fabric along an edge. All you need to do is reapply heat, to reset the adhesive
I followed instruction to the letter...these don't stay on after washing.Published 28 days ago by Zombies!
If you just can't stand Disco Collar - Wurkin Stiffs polo shirt collar stays and regular collar stays are the answer. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wayne King
great idea. Makes all the polo shirts stand right up with magnets. I also have the ones for the dress shirts as well. Read morePublished 7 months ago by guinness
Used these for my husband and oldest sons polo shirts...work great!!!Published 9 months ago by Annette R. Sonnier
There really are two problems that occur with polo collars: 1) The tips roll up, and 2) the whole collar rolls up, particularly on the placket side. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Charles Grayson
I use these on all of my Polo shirts to keep the collars from rolling up. As a Polo will tend to do after several washing's'. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J3
Great concept. Extremely expensive for what they are, but they do the job. I ordered generic neodymium magnets at the same time. Read morePublished 12 months ago by The Tortoise Wins
I wasn't sure how these would work. They could have put a detailed description in the listing.
I was pleasantly surprised how easy they were to apply. Read more
This item was delivered on time. I gave it as a gift to someone. It was the perfect gift item for them. This was an awesome price also!!!Published 15 months ago by Catherine Septon