- Durable, Reliable and Tailored for a comfortable fit.
- Made from 200 gsm 100% cotton.
- Double –Stitched seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar and waist.
S, M, L, XL, XXL
You all want your brand-new printed t-shirt to look like a new one even after many washes. Don’t you?
Unfortunately, if you aren’t cleaning and caring for your t-shirts the right way those designs are going to end up cracked, wrinkled, and all messed up – a problem that can be completely and totally avoided if you just know what you are doing.
Following are the simple process for keeping your printed t-shirts looking brand-new!
Flip your printed t shirt inside out
The first thing that you have to do is flip your t-shirt inside out. Make sure that the printed design is facing the inside of the t-shirt, and is protected from the majority of the detergent and friction that the t-shirt is going to be subjected to.
ALWAYS wash in cold water
If you stick to cold water you’re going to be able to keep your designs looking fresh for years and years. The moment you switch over to hot water, things are going to go a little bit sideways.
Wash on the gentlest mode your machine offers
As mentioned above, friction – just rubbing up against the other clothes in your wash – is enough to really beat up your printed design. This is why you have to wash your printed t-shirts on a gentle mode as possible, and try to keep the amount of other clothing in the “wash barrel” to just a handful or more.
The only time you want to hang something important to you out to dry
Make sure that you are hanging your new printed t-shirts out to dry – and not stuffing them in the dryer.
Dryers are a modern marvel and have made our lives so much easier and more convenient. But they absolutely destroy t-shirts. Unless you want your t-shirt to look a little bit crazy when it comes out, it’s a good idea to hang dry and air dry from here on.
At the end of the day, it’s a lot easier to make sure that your printed t-shirts look brand-new.
For the printed t-shirt to last longer without any changes in the quality, iron on Reverse (inside out).
However, if you want your t-shirts to last longer without any loss in quality, all you have to do is follow the simple process above!