Washing instructions

Taking care of your direct-to-garment printed clothing is essential to ensure its longevity and vibrant appearance. Follow these washing instructions to keep your garments looking their best:

  1. Separate Colors: Always wash colored and white printed garments separately to prevent color bleeding.

  2. Turn Inside Out: Before washing, turn the garment inside out. This helps protect the print from friction and abrasion during the wash cycle.

  3. Gentle Cycle: Use a gentle wash cycle with cold water. Avoid using hot water, as it can cause the print to fade over time.

  4. Mild Detergent: Opt for a mild detergent that is free from bleach or harsh chemicals. This helps preserve the integrity of the print.

  5. Avoid Fabric Softeners: Fabric softeners can weaken the print’s adhesion to the fabric. It’s best to skip them when washing printed clothing.

  6. Air Dry or Low Heat: After washing, air dry the garment or use the lowest heat setting on your dryer. High heat can cause the print to crack or fade.

  7. Avoid Ironing Directly: If ironing is necessary, turn the garment inside out and use a low-heat setting. Avoid ironing directly on the print.

  8. Store Carefully: When storing, fold the garment neatly to prevent creasing or damaging the print.

  9. Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Keep your printed clothing away from harsh chemicals, including bleach and solvents.

  10. Handle with Care: Treat your printed clothing with care, avoiding rough handling or excessive stretching.

By following these washing instructions, you’ll ensure that your direct-to-garment printed clothing maintains its vibrant colors and quality for years to come.

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