Screen Print

We Screen print almost anything from T-shirts to Framed Canvas
Minimum order of 10 items

Pricing is highly dependent on garment, design (number of colors) and placements on garment. A One Color Front or Back on a typical cotton shirt starts at $8.00 add a Color – $2.00 /per Color

Tips to Keep Screen Printed Garments Looking Like New

Screen printed garments, especially t-shirts, are always in-style. They are a great way to advertise a business or event; show love for an athlete, team, or cause; and screen-printed t-shirts are always a top selling souvenir.

SCREEN PRINT CARE DO’S

  • If possible, wash screen-printed garments inside out. This protects the screen print from abrasions from other items sharing the washer.
  • Wash screen-printed items with those made of the same (or similar) fabrics to decrease pilling and lint transferring.
  • Use a very mild detergent when washing screen-printed clothing.
  • Always wash in cool water. All water temperatures below 90° Fahrenheit are safe for screen-printed garments.
  • Hand-wash the garment if possible or use the washing machine’s gentle cycle.
  • Hang the garment or lay it flat to dry.
  • Use a cool iron, if necessary, and iron the screen-printed garment inside out.

SCREEN PRINT CARE DON’TS

  • Do not use fabric softener on screen-printed garments. Fabric softeners degrade the ink used in the screen-printing process and causes cracking and/or fading of the screen-printed areas.
  • Don’t dry clean screen-printed items. The chemicals in the dry-cleaning process can cause spotting or staining.
  • Avoid bleach, especially chlorine bleach; the agents in bleach will discolor fabric threads and the dyes used in screen-printing.
  • If ironing the screen-printed item, do not use steam.

 

Preventing laundry mishaps that ruin screen-printed garments is not difficult, but it does require attention to a few details. Use these tips and keep favorite items looking great.

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Kingwood, TX

Our company has restructured recently. We are now only doing work for schools, groups, companies, events and organizations.

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