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Our t-shirts are printed using a process called Direct To Garment (DTG) printing.  As the name suggests, a special digital printer prints our unique designs directly onto a t-shirt for your pleasure. When printing white shirts the printer will print only coloured ink made up of the four universal primary printing colours, called (CMYK) which describes the different colours.  (C)Cyan (M)Magenta (Y)Yellow (K)Keyline Black This is similar to your home inkjet printer but the inks we use are specially made...
Washing Instructions Keeping your t-shirt in good condition will not only make you look great, but will save you money in the long run. Make sure you read the care instruction on the t-shirt label.  This is the best way to look after your t-shirt Here are a few to do, before you put your t-shirt in the wash. Read the washing instructions Read the washing instruction on the label of the t-shirt. They are easy to find, generally on...
History has shown that the first "T-shirt" appeared  in the United States during the Spanish American War.  They were issued by the U.S. Navy featuring crew-necks and short sleeves and were meant to be worn as underwear beneath the uniform. The Army soon adopted the t-shirt as a standard issue clothing item given to recruits. The garment got the iconic name of T-Shirt from its shape resembling the letter "T". It was so popular that farmers, dockworkers, miners, and construction workers also adopted the T-shirt...