Do you offer any design assistance?

We are a one-stop-shop with an in-house graphic designer who can assist you with all of your design requirements. Our designer has the expertise to create designs that meet your specific needs and requirements while aligning with your business’s overall aesthetic.

What is the minimum order quantity for t-shirt printing?

Our minimum order quantity for t-shirt printing varies depending on the printing method used. For Direct to Garment (DTG) and Direct to Film (DTF) printing, there are no minimums, and for Screen Printing, the minimum order quantity is 24

What types of payment methods do you accept?

The types of payment methods we accept are cash, credit card, e-transfer, and cheque. We strive to provide our customers with a variety of payment options to suit their needs and make the payment process as convenient as possible. If you have any further questions or concerns regarding payment methods, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Do you provide samples of your printing work?

Yes, we offer samples of our printing work for purchase. Customers are able to buy a sample before placing a larger order if they would like to see the quality of our printing work beforehand. Please note that we do not offer free samples.

Can you print designs on sleeves or other parts of the garment besides the front or back?

Yes, it is possible to print designs on various parts of the garment, including sleeves, front, back of shirts, and even pockets. This allows for greater flexibility and creativity in your garment design, and can make your custom apparel truly unique.

Do you have a minimum or maximum print size for designs?

Yes, we do have a maximum print size for designs for Direct to Garment and Direct to Film printing, which is 14″ x 16″. This means that any design you submit should not exceed these dimensions, as it may not fit on the garment or may not print correctly.

What is the recommended file format for custom apparel?

The recommended file format for submitting designs for custom apparel printing is typically a high-resolution vector file or a high-resolution raster image file. Here’s a closer look at each of these file formats:

How do I care for a printed garment to ensure it lasts?

To care for a printed garment and ensure it lasts as long as possible, you should follow the care instructions provided by the manufacturer. These instructions may vary depending on the type of printing process used, the type of ink used, and the fabric of the garment. However, here are some general tips for caring for a printed garment.

How long does a Direct to Garment Print Last?

The expected lifespan of a direct to garment printed design can vary depending on several factors, such as the quality of the garment, and how the garment is cared for. Typically Direct to garment prints should last for several years with proper care, assuming normal wear and tear. Typically, a direct to garment print can withstand 50 or more washes without significant fading or cracking if it is properly cared for.