Custom PVC Patches instead of Emroidered Patches?

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One of the most asked questions at The Monterey Company is, “what are PVC patches?”  When you think of patches, you may think of embroidered patches or woven patches. Although the old style embroidered patches have been popular since the 19th century and made popular by non-profits like the Girl Scouts

and Boy Scouts,PVC patches are a smarter choice. Why? made of strong plastic ( Polyvinyl chloride ), PVC can be

made in multitude of colors including most pms colors ( Pantone Matching System ) that can bring custom images and designs to life. PVC patches also have a special durability that will long outlast their cloth cousins. Unlike cloth patches, a PVC patch is highly waterproof and will never fade, fray, peel or crack. This makes them perfect for use in the military, outdoors and sports, among many others!

PVC patches an alternative to the old style embroidered patch.

PVC is one of the oldest materials made by man and is used for many different things today. First created in 1835 by a French chemist named Henri Victor

Renault, PVC, also known as Polyvinyl chloride, is a certain type of plastic that feels similar to rubber and is known for its strength and weightlessness. Sometimes used to make bank cards and plastic bottles PVC can also be

Tactical PVC Patchmade softer. This softer version of PVC is often used to replace rubber and is easy to use in more flexible items such as faux leather and inflatable products.

PVC patches can be made in any design, shape, color and almost any size imaginable! From as small as half an inch to as large as 15 inches, PVC is a high quality choice for such a sensible buy. PVC patches are surely the popular choice for anyone looking for a material that can show their logo through rain or shine!
PVC can withstand high temperatures, bad conditions and will never crack or fade. These patches will stay beautiful for as long as you need to wear them. Custom made with your design or logo, PVC patches can turn any image into a wearable masterpiece!