Screen Printing

Q: What types of garments can be used for screen printing?

A: Screen printing can be done on a wide range of garments including t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, polo shirts, jackets, and more.

Q: Can screen printing be done on different fabric materials?

A: Yes, screen printing works on various fabric materials such as cotton, polyester, and blends.

Q: Is it possible to screen print on dark-colored garments?

A: Yes, it is possible to screen print on dark-colored garments by applying an underbase layer of white ink before adding the desired colors.

Q: What is an underbase in screen printing?

A: An underbase in screen printing is a base layer of ink that is applied before printing the final colors on a garment. It is typically a layer of white ink that is printed first to create a neutral base for the subsequent colors to sit on. The purpose of the underbase is to ensure that the colors printed on top appear vibrant and true to their intended shade, especially on dark fabrics where the ink colors may otherwise get absorbed or appear dull. The underbase plays a crucial role in achieving accurate and vivid color representation in screen printing, particularly when dealing with darker fabrics.

Q: How is pricing determined for screen printing services?

A: Pricing for screen printing depends on various factors such as the quantity of garments, the number of colors in the design, the complexity of the artwork, and the type of garment being printed on.

Q: Can customizations or special requests affect the pricing?

A: Yes, customizations such as individual names or numbers, sleeve prints, or custom placements may result in additional charges.

DTG Printing

Q: What is DTG printing?

A: DTG (Direct-to-Garment) printing is a digital printing technique that allows for high-quality, full-color prints directly onto garments using specialized inkjet printers.

Q: What types of garments are suitable for DTG printing?

A: DTG printing works best on 100% cotton garments.

Q: Is there a limit to the number of colors in a DTG print?

A: No, DTG printing can reproduce designs with an unlimited number of colors, gradients, and intricate details.

DTF Printing

Q: What is DTF printing?

A: DTF (Direct-to-Film) printing is a modern technique that involves printing designs onto a special film, which is then transferred onto the garment using heat.

Q: What types of garments can be printed using DTF?

A: DTF printing can be done on a wide range of garments including t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts. Cotton and polyester garments can both be printed with this method.

Q: Does DTF printing have any color limitations?

A: No, DTF printing can produce vibrant and detailed prints with an unlimited number of colors.

Q: How durable are DTF prints?

A: DTF prints are highly durable and can withstand many washes without fading or cracking.


Q: What file formats are accepted for artwork?

A: For screen printing acceptable formats are .AI, .EPS, .TIF, .PSD and .PDF

For DTG and DTF printing please send .PNG format.

Artwork charges may apply to images not in the correct format.

Photographic images must be a minimum of 300ppi at the size they are to be printed.

Anything less will result in pixelated and blurred printing.


Q: How long will it take to get my order?

A: Most orders ship within 7-10 business days. We try our best to accommodate RUSH jobs. A RUSH charge may apply.

Q: How do I source blank goods?

A: We have access to a wide variety of shirts, hoodies, joggers, hats and bags from multiple warehouses that for the most part can be delivered to us the next business day. If you prefer to use your own garments, we can accommodate that as well.


Q: How and when do I pay?

A: Once you approve the mockup you will receive an email with payment information and options. We must receive your payment before we can start production on all customized garments.

If your order had a specific deadline date please send us approval and payment promptly so it is not put on hold.