Our Permanent Self-Inking Clothing Stamp is a fully self-contained stamp so you don’t need to get messy with an ink pad. Label clothes, socks, shoes, accessories and just about anything else you can think of! The non-toxic, colour-fast textile ink will last even after heaps of washes in up to 95°C. So it’ll cling to socks and undies even on your machine’s hygiene wash and most dryer options! Pretty impressive, huh?
Our Stuck On You name stamp has been dermatologically tested and passed with flying colours, so the ink is perfectly safe even for kids with skin sensitivities. Anyone who can’t stand an itchy, annoying label (umm, all of us?) will love this lil gadget because you can stamp it directly onto fabrics.
We call it a clothing name stamp but really there are so many ways you can use it! Stamp it on clothes and socks to make laundry sorting easier with a big fam. Put names on ev-er-y-thang so nothing gets lost. Ever. Again. Personalise shoes, scrunchies and library and swim bags with fun designs and fonts. You can even use this stamp to label school books or decorate diaries. The self-inking stamp will happily pair up with cotton, linen, polyester, blended fabrics with viscose fibres and paper. Absolutely anything with an absorbent surface.
Think of it like that permanent marker you accidentally used on the whiteboard that time. This permanent stamp ain’t coming off! It won’t fade after being chucked in the wash or being thrown around in a school bag. And it won’t bleed onto your fancy white linen dress.
Just keep in mind that it’s not a fan of polyester care labels and may run if you stamp it on one. To keep the end result looking its best, stamp it directly onto clothing fabric or use the iron-on labels. Speaking of iron-on labels, this stamp works best on light colours – white, light grey, lilac, sage. But that’s what the handy iron-on labels are for. Just stamp on a label for any darker garments like black, dark purple or navy blue.
And for all of you that are fans of op shopping and hand-me-downs – yes, stamped clothes can still be passed on and on and on. Every stamp comes with 18 iron-on labels (and you can easily get more if those run out) so you can stamp the next name on a label, iron it on and there you have it. Hellooo sustainable shopper!
If you run out of blank labels or ink, our
Name Stamp Labels Refill Pack
Water Resistant Name Stamp Pad
are what you're looking for. We also have all kinds of Personalised Name Stamps.
Do name stamps work on clothes?
Good quality, permanent ink name stamps do work on clothes. The ink can withstand general wear and most washing and dryer cycles.
How do you stamp your name on clothes?
It’s easy, especially with a self-inking stamp! That way, you don’t have to muck around with messy ink pads and pads that can dry out.
To stamp names on clothes, place the garment on a flat surface and press the stamp firmly onto the fabric for a few seconds. Allow the ink to dry, and your garment is ready to wear.
What is a non-toxic name stamp for clothes?
As the name suggests, a non-toxic name stamp for clothes uses ink that does not contain harmful substances like petroleum, carcinogens, lead, phthalates, or heavy metals. Such ink is dermatologically tested and approved as safe for the skin.
What is a clothing stamp?
A clothing stamp imprints information onto fabric using ink, helping to identify the owner of the clothing item. These stamps are convenient for labelling kids’ school and sports uniforms that tend to go missing!
Do stamps wash off?
That depends on the ink, type of fabric, and washing conditions. The ink from most permanent clothing name stamps is designed to be durable and water-resistant, typically lasting up to 50 washes in water no hotter than 95°C.
When can you not use stamps?
Stamps won’t appear on darker-coloured garments, so use your stamp on a blank iron-on label instead of directly onto the fabric.
Stamps are not recommended for use on sheer and delicate fabrics or polyester care labels, as the ink can run on these. Such fabrics include satin, silk, organza, taffeta, chiffon, lace, and cashmere.
What kind of stamp do I need for fabric?
You'll need a clothing stamp with special permanent textile ink to withstand wear, washing, and dryer cycles.
Can you stamp ink on clothes?
Certainly! Just make sure the ink is specifically for use on fabric to ensure there’s no running, bleeding, or fading. Always check care guidelines for the type of fabric you intend to stamp.
Clothing stamps work best on lighter-coloured garments like white, cream, light blues, greens, greys, and pinks.