Printed Apparel (Direct-to-Garment)
Me and my printing partners use the latest direct-to-garment (DTG) printing technology to offer a wide variety of printable garments and design color options. We use high-quality inks that won't fade for a long time if taken care of properly.
Keep in mind that the original manufacturer's care instructions don't take into consideration the DTG printing process. So I suggest following the care instructions on this page to learn how to take care of your printed garments properly.
Printed apparel can be machine-washed cold, inside-out on a gentle cycle with a mild detergent and like colors. Use non-chlorine bleach only when necessary. You shouldn't use any fabric softeners or dry-clean the items.
DTG-printed apparel can be tumble-dried on a low cycle, but hang-dry works best. When it comes to ironing, use cool iron inside-out. Don't iron the print.
Follow these instructions carefully to avoid fading and cracking of the print, and shrinking the garment that can occur if you wash or dry it on a high setting.
Embroidered apparel can be machine-washed cold, inside-out on a gentle cycle with a mild detergent and like colors. You can use a small amount of chlorine bleach, but non-chlorine is the safer option.
If you notice any color residue in water, rinse the garment in lukewarm water and then in cold several times, but try not to rub any stained embroidery. Embroidered clothing can also be dry-cleaned.
After washing, don't leave the clothing to soak or lie in a pile while wet. Don't wring out the embroidered items, but if you want to tumble-dry them, use a cool air setting.
If the garment needs ironing, do it inside-out, preferably between two pieces of cloth. You shouldn't wet embroidery before ironing or use a steam iron.
Embroidered aprons can be machine-washed at 86ºF (30ºC) or less. Don't use bleach. They can be tumble-dried on a low cycle. Read the manufacturer label carefully for any other instructions.
Embroidered hats can be wiped clean with a damp cloth in the spots where it's needed. If necessary, hats can be hand-washed cold. Don't use brushes.
Hats can't be machine-washed, bleached, tumble-dried, ironed, and dry-cleaned. Read the manufacturer label carefully for any other instructions.
All-Over Printed Apparel
All-over printed apparel can be machine-washed cold with like colors, without bleach. You can tumble-dry the apparel on low heat. It can't be ironed and dry-cleaned.
All-Over Print Face Masks
All-Over Print Face Masks can be machine-washed at 140ºF (60ºC) with like colors, without bleach. They can't be dry-cleaned. You can tumble-dry the face masks on low heat and iron on a cool setting.
Sublimation Blankets & Towels
Sublimation socks, blankets, towels, and laptop sleeves can be machine-washed cold with like colors at no more than 86ºF (30ºC). Don't use bleach and don't dry-clean. It's best to hang-dry, but tumble-drying can be used on a low cycle if necessary.
All-Over Print Fanny Packs, Beach, Tote, and Drawstring Bags can be machine-washed without bleach on a cold cycle. After washing, they can be tumble-dried on low heat. They can't be ironed, or dry-cleaned.
Pillows & Pillow Cases
Pillow cases can be machine-washed without bleach on a cold cycle, and they can be tumble-dried on low heat. They can't be ironed or dry-cleaned.
The pillow insert should only be hand-washed.
White Glossy Mugs and White Ceramic Accent Mugs are microwave and dishwasher safe, but the print and coating will last longer if you hand-wash them.
Enamel Mugs should only be hand-washed. Also, you can't heat liquids or food directly in the Enamel Mugs—it can damage their coating.
To ensure that your canvas last for a long time, don’t keep it in direct sunlight or outdoors. They can be gently dusted with a soft dry cloth or a feather duster.
Sublimation Flip Flops
Sublimation flip flops can be hand-washed in warm water with a mild neutral detergent.