All t-shirts are proofed before print but if something happens to be different then what is approved on, we will allow a 30 day return policy on all custom clothing. Clothing must not have been worn or washed. DAMAGED SHIRTS WILL NOT BE RETURNED. Trendie Days return policy is only if something is different then what you originally ordered from proof approval. If it is a change in the design after print we will have to charge an additional t-shirt cost.
If there is a change in your order that you need to make you can email us at email@example.com. Please leave detailed information and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please note that if we are in printing phase it might be to late for last minute changes. Please make sure your design is exactly how you would like it to be,size shape, color, placement etc.before placing your order.
When customers make their order, we try to get the products packaged and shipped out to you as fast as possible. So if you have ordered more than one item, your order may arrive in more than one package. You are still able to track all items in your order.
Direct-to-garment printing (DTG) is a process of printing on textiles using specialized aqueous ink jet technology. DTG printers typically have a platen designed to hold the garment in a fixed position, and the printer inks are jetted or sprayed onto the textile by the print head. DTG typically requires that the garment be pre-treated with a PTM or Pre-treatment machine allowing for the following:
Stronger bond between garment fibers and the pigmented inks
Lays down loose fibers to provide for a smoother substrate
Chemically reacts with the inks to promote drying and curing
Since this is a digital process the print is sharper and has a higher resolution, or DPI, than traditional printing methods such as screen printing. However, unlike screen printing, there is no long setup or clean-up process, and DTG has the ability to print just one single shirt for minimal cost.
What is direct-to-garment printing and how does it work? Direct-to-garment, or DTG, is a printing method that sprays the ink onto the garment using inject technology. The inks then soak into the fibers of the garment. It's sort of like printing on paper, except on clothing.
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