How Do I Order Decorated Apparel?
Step 1:

Choose your blank apparel using our search tool.

Please note this pricing doesn't include decoration.

Step 2:

Choose your color.

Step 3:

Upload your art/graphic file.

Step 4:

Select your quantity.

Step 5:

Click Add to cart/quote button.

Once in the next screen review the order and click Create quote.

Step 6:

Fill out form.

Step 7:

In the Notes/Additional Information field List your sizes and quantities of each.

Also Note the decoration method you would prefer from option shown below. If you are not sure we will recommend decoration method.

Step 8:

Click Save quote to submit your request.

You will receive a copy of this quote but keep in mind that the cost for decoration is NOT included in the quote yet.


Understanding Decoration Methods
Screen Print

screen-print (/’skrēn ,print/)

verb. force ink on to (a surface) through a prepared screen of fine material so as to create a picture or pattern.

Plastisol

A screen printing ink primarily for textile printing composed of the following components:
PVC (polyvinyl chloride), color pigments, and plasticizers. Plastisol printing is the standard printing process for shirts. It allows for a crisp, consistent print. The ink can be felt on the fabric.

Most common type of Screen Printing

Water Based Ink

A Non-plastisol inks that can be air dried. Water Based Inks are a good alternative to plastisol prints.
It allows for the same crisp, consistent print without feeling the ink on the shirt.

Used only on Light Colored Fabrics

Discharge Ink

A process used to print lighter colors onto dark background fabrics without the heavy feel of Plastisol.
They work by removing the dye of the garment prior to printing water-based ink.
Discharge printing gives a shirt a soft print with a retro/vintage look.

Used only on Dark Fabrics

Simulated Procees

A screen printing technique typically used for the reproduction of photographic or full color images involving the use of color separation software and printing certain colors of opaque inks in a certain order on high mesh count screens. Simulated Process printing is great for large orders with complex full color artwork. The print has a light feel and provides great detail.

Direct to Garment
(aka Digital Print)

di·rect to gar·ment (/dəˈrekt,dīˈrekt/ /too,tə/ /ˈɡärmənt/)
collective nouns. process of printing on textiles using specialized ink jet technology.

Soft to touch on Lighter Colors. Darker Colors are lightly textured due to White Underbase.

Embroidery

em·broi·der·y (/əmˈbroid(ə)rē)
noun. process of decorating (cloth) by sewing patterns on it with thread.

Laser Etch

la·ser etch (/ˈlāzər/ /eCH/)
verb. use of laser technology to etch a design on a variety of fabrics.