T-Specs

Care Instructions


Wash & Dry inside out (specially dark colors). Do not use bleach for whites (chlorine bleach can be used) Tumble dry medium.Do not dry in direct sunlight. Do not use very hot iron over prints.
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Fabrics
Single Jersey

This knit fabric is thin and has a wide range of uses. It is distinctive and the surface texture of the main side forms a pattern of V-shapes (the knit side), while the underside has a pattern of half-circles (the url side).

Fleece Pile

The underside compositions of the aforementioned fleece knit is “raised” or made fuzzy through a special process. The thick fibers gain a fuzzy soft warm feel to them. This Fabric is great at insulating against cold because it contains a lot of air.

Fleece

The knitting method is widely used for sweatshirts and similar clothing It is knit using a special knitting machine that uses 3 individual threads of different types . The surface is covered with face yarn much like stockinette.

Ribbing

Ribbing is an stitch pattern that uses alternating columns (wales) of knit and purl stitches. It is a popular type of knitting due to its sideways elasticity

Pique

A variety of different textures can be achieved by altering the structure of the stockinette using tuck stitches . The fabric has dappled pattern of fine bumps and has less sideways elasticity than stockinette.

Honey

This stitching pattern is known as honeycomb stitch. As its name suggests, it has a raised stitch pattern in the shape of a honeycomb. It is fairly thick with a slightly course feel.

Polyster Micro Mesh

This material made from 100% Polyester. It is very thin and lightweight, with excellent drying qualities. Its fine raised mesh pattern and transparency are pleasant both in appearance and texture.

Tafeta

Plain weave is one of the three basic textile weaves. A repeating weave is created with two crosswise threads that are interlaced to create a textile that looks the same on the both sides and which is stiff and resistant to friction.

Single Jersey

This knit fabric is thin and has a wide range of uses. It is distinctive and the surface texture of the main side forms a pattern of V-shapes (the knit side), while the underside has a pattern of half-circles (the url side).

Fleece Pile

The underside compositions of the aforementioned fleece knit is “raised” or made fuzzy through a special process. The thick fibers gain a fuzzy soft warm feel to them. This Fabric is great at insulating against cold because it contains a lot of air.

Fleece

The knitting method is widely used for sweatshirts and similar clothing It is knit using a special knitting machine that uses 3 individual threads of different types . The surface is covered with face yarn much like stockinette.

Ribbing

Ribbing is an stitch pattern that uses alternating columns (wales) of knit and purl stitches. It is a popular type of knitting due to its sideways elasticity

Pique

A variety of different textures can be achieved by altering the structure of the stockinette using tuck stitches . The fabric has dappled pattern of fine bumps and has less sideways elasticity than stockinette.

Honey

This stitching pattern is known as honeycomb stitch. As its name suggests, it has a raised stitch pattern in the shape of a honeycomb. It is fairly thick with a slightly course feel.

Polyster Micro Mesh

This material made from 100% Polyester. It is very thin and lightweight, with excellent drying qualities. Its fine raised mesh pattern and transparency are pleasant both in appearance and texture.

Tafeta

Plain weave is one of the three basic textile weaves. A repeating weave is created with two crosswise threads that are interlaced to create a textile that looks the same on the both sides and which is stiff and resistant to friction.

Printing

When handling your printed garments it’s important to treat them with extra care and take into account our advice outlined below. Though each printing technique is different and produces a print that might be more or less resistant than others, we always recommend washing the item inside out and on a low temperature.


Wash and dry your items inside out, This is a simple but effective step in your washing routine that can help make your printed and personalised clothing last longer. By turning the items inside out you’re protecting the print and stopping other items from interfering with the design, or damaging it.


What we Use for Printing?

Tris (2,3 dibromopropyl) phosphate 126-72-7 Tris(aziridinyl)phosphinoxide 545-55-1 Polybromobiphenyls; Polybrominatedbiphenyls (PBB) 59536-65-1 Lead carbonates: 598-63-0/ 1219-46-6 Lead sulphates: 7446-14-2/ 15739-80-7 Mercury compounds 7439-97-6 Cadmium - Packaging 7440-43-9 Cadmium - Colouring Alkanes, C 10 -C 13, chloro (shortchain chlorinated paraffins) (SCCPs) 287-476-5 Azocolourants and Azodyes (Azo Dyes) The following phthalates (or other CAS and EC numbers covering the substance):117-81-7/ 84-74-2/ 85-68-7 The following phthalates (or other CAS and EC numbers covering the substance): 28553-12-0/ 68515-48-0/ 26761-40-0/ 68515-49-1/ 117-84-0 Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) C8F17SO2X

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