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Covering Up Logos on Clothing

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There are at least a couple of easy ways to cover up a clothing logo. You can use iron-on or sew on appliqués or make your own from material similar in fabric content to the clothing you are working with. This is a page about covering up logos on clothing.


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September 10, 2017

What type of fabric is best to cover up a logo on a shirt? I want something that won't fray when worn or washed properly.


September 10, 20170 found this helpful
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I might suggest using a sew-on decorative patch (sometimes called applique) instead. Lots to choose from on ebay and Joann's has some too.

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July 28, 2019

I have an Aeropostale logo on my work shirts. Actually two of them, and my boss just told me after 3 months of wearing them that I cannot wear them with the logos. I don't want to go out and pay $18 a piece + S/H for shirts for my job that have their logo. (We can wear plain red no logo of any type). So I have tried fabric paint and it just well...see picture upload. I don't have a clue as to how to remove the embroidery without putting a hole in my favorite work shirts! And these are so comfortable and cool because I am in and out of hot and cold weather with my job probably about 30 times a day, and it makes the fabric look really stiff if that makes any sense. Any help would be very much appreciated!


July 28, 20190 found this helpful

Get something called a seam ripper. You can get it on amazon or any sewing store. Turn on your favorite tv show and carefully hook only the thread, not the underlying fabric.


I have successfully removed personalization so I or my children could use the item.

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July 28, 20190 found this helpful

Essentially you will need to undo the stitching. It is going to be tedious, but you will need some tweezers and a seam ripper. (If you are very experienced, some can use a sharp knife).

Or do you know if you can:

  • Buy a solid red circle patch or pin?
  • Create a red patch with red felt and using fabric glue or sew on

Good luck! Hope you figure it out.

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