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T-shirt and Textile Prints
What is DTG printing.
DTG stands for “direct to garment” printing. With DTG, a printer directly applies the ink to the clothing item with inkjet technology. This concept is similar to printing on paper, except that it’s on a t-shirt or sweatshirt. The desired design is printed directly onto the garment, hence direct to garment, with a special printer using water-based inks, which are absorbed by the fibers of the garment. The quality print is of high standard, especially compared to "heat-transfers". Print should outlast the life of the garment.
Basic Crew Cut T-shirt Size Guide
How do I wash a garment with a DTG image on it?
In the washing machine! Because the DTG ink penetrates into the fabric, our printed tees are as washable as they come. Just to be on the safe side, turn your tee inside out, wash in cold water, and do not iron on the print. We like the quick wash cold cycle as we like to keep it as eco-friendly as we can and your shirts will have great longevity. Oh did we mention that your image won’t crack or peel when following the instructions.
What is your turnaround time?
From the minute payment reflect it takes approximately 5-8 business days (depending on the size of the order, but sometimes even sooner).
How is my order shipped?
I make use of a variety of couriers such as Aramex, The Courier Guy, Fastway Couriers, and ST Couriers. Shipping is not included in the prices and can vary between about R80 to R100 and sometimes R150 (for outreaching areas), reasonably priced with reputable companies.
1. Photographic Archival Paper printed Canon Dreamlabo 5000 Paper:Lustre or Gloss Photo realistic paper
natural skin tones
Excellent resistance to light fade and long-term dark storage
Archival quality – 300+ years
For the techies: The state-of-the-art printer uses high definition 7-ink printing technology that creates photos that are beautifully detailed, with natural skin tones and true-to-life colour reproduction. This means that all colour photos produced will appear crisp and have a lifelike quality, whilst black-and-white images will have smooth gradation for a classy finish.