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There are a lot of things to consider when ordering dye sub shirts, but first and foremost you need to know what you’re getting into.
Dye sublimation decorated apparel is bright and bold and big and colorful. There are no boundaries and every piece is going to be as unique as you are.
Did you get that last part? Every piece is going to be unique. That means if you order a dozen of the same shirt each one will be slightly different. It’s a feature of the production process for dye sub and there is nothing that can be done about it short of switching to cut and sew sublimation.
Full-press sublimation uses garments that are are ready to wear. The garments we use for standard sublimation come from a mill called Monag and are made for dye sublimation. By using the Monag shirts for sublimation we’re able to standardize our production process which minimizes issues with sizing and placement resulting in a better shirt for you.
Because we’ve standardized our production process around these garments we are not able offer full press sublimation on your garments. If you have garments you would like us decorate with dye sublimation we can still print them with small format sublimation.
What makes these shirts unique? Each print is made individually and the pressing process for transferring the sublimation print forces the shirt to lay completely flat.