Tag Archives: tagless transfers

Quick and easy way to rebrand your garment using custom iron on clothing labels

Iron on heat transfer labels (sometimes referred to as hot seal labels) are still gaining in popularity because they offer an easy way for designers and manufacturers to brand their merchandise. Applying iron on transfers can be a faster process than the traditional woven or printed clothing labels. Continue reading

Care and brand labels for Athletic Wear

Rapidtags offers a variety of branding labels for athletic wear that won’t irritate and itch the consumer. The first option is an inexpensive tear away label that can be printed with your care/content info and also printed with the words “tear here” to let the consumer know it can be easily removed for comfort. Continue reading

Tagless Transfers: A Fast and Easy Way to Dress Up Your Garment!

Heat transfers are trendy. They’re fast and easy to apply on your clothes. We are introducing super-popular, digital transfer for cotton shirts, poly cotton athletic wear and underwear. Apply them with household iron or commercial heat press. Email us for … Continue reading

The number one mistake made when designing a tagless heat transfer

Tagless transfers are continuing to be one of our most popular items. They are easy to apply and will last for the lifetime of the garment. They can take the place of a woven or printed clothing label OR used … Continue reading

RN numbers and CA Identification numbers on clothing labels

Did you ever question the significance of the RN number on clothing and textile goods? Look at the care and content label on clothing and more than likely you will see an RN number. RN or Registered Number is a … Continue reading

Personal Name Clothing Labels

Each year we get more and more requests for personalized garment labels. These are woven, printed or heat transfer tagless labels made with the name of your child, an elderly parent or a special needs person. They are perfect to … Continue reading

Printed Label Design

Are you a rising clothing designer and want to promote your line? Or perhaps you are a stay at home mom or dad and want to sell your product with your name on it? If so, then nothing will work … Continue reading