In the apparel industry embroidery is a great way to professionally sew a company logo on polos, hats, bags, and other accessories. We offer a wide variety of garments to sew onto as well as digitizing services, which involves setting up the stitch pattern of the logo. When washing embroidered apparel, we recommend washing on low heat, however each garment will determine the washing cycle.
Screen-printing is one of the most commonly used imprinting methods. This is a great option for bulk orders with various placements or colors. While screen-printing can involve multiple ink colors, it is not able to imprint full colors with gradients or shadowing. When washing screen-printed apparel, wash inside-out and dry on low heat. Do not iron directly onto the ink.
By using heat, vinyl designs, numbers, or letters are permanently transferred to any garment to personalize it or enhance it. As a result this is a great option for sports teams to add names and numbers to their uniforms. When caring for apparel with vinyl or ink heat transfer, wash the garments inside out and dry on low. Then hang or lay flat to dry. You should never iron directly on the vinyl transfer.
DIRECT TO GARMENT (DTG)
This printing method applies ink directly to apparel. Unlike screen-printing which can only use solid colors, direct to garment printing uses full colors including gradients and shadowing within intricate designs. When laundering direct to garment printing, wash inside-out on gentle cycle. Tumble or hang dry.