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Yes. We will provide Pantone Color Matching for your apparel when your order is submitted
We will provide free Pantone color matching for your garments when your orders are submitted.
However, there is an issue with Pantone matching, and that is that not every color looks the same on every monitor. A certain red on your screen may appear to be a different red on ours.
There is no universal color calibration for computers. It is always best to try to supply your own Pantone colors if possible. The best way to do this, and the most accurate way, is to purchase a Pantone Plus Series Solid Coated Formula Guide. This can be purchased as part of the set (Coated and Uncoated) through Amazon for $92 + shipping.
The reason why it's best to buy the book, once again, is the Pantone guide on your version of photoshop is still using your color calibration, and will not necessarily be accurate.
Yes. Our Performance selection offers dri-ft clothing in both adult and youth sizes. We also offer polos in men’s and women’s sizes. If you do not see a style under the Performance category that you like, feel free to contact us.
While we mainly screen print on shirts, we can also screen print on other items, such as sweatpants, yoga pants, canvas bags, aprons, etc. If you would like to enquire about screen printing another item besides a shirt, please contact us for further details.
Acceptable formats include:
Image Files (.JPEG, .PNG, .TIFF) *(If no other formats are available)
We use soft-hand plastisol inks.
Plastisol is used in the traditional style of printing. Inks are thicker and rougher than our standard printing, and the ink sits on top of the shirt. These inks can be printed on any garment or fabric and work best in small print areas. Plastisol inks will be used on all 50/50 tees in place of our standard ink
An underbase is a layer of white ink that is printed under the other ink colors when printing dark garments with plastisol inks. When printing most colors on dark garments the color of the shirt will show through the ink, influencing the color of the ink.
For instance, yellow ink printed directly on a royal blue shirt will look green. To prevent this, an under base of white ink is printed, then flash dried, and the yellow is printed on top.This gives the top colors full opacity.