Your garment should be washed once before being worn. This is because the direct-to-garment printing process uses an acetate toner which fixes dye to cloth fibers, leaving behind an acetic acid (vinegar) smell.
- Turn garment inside-out before washing
- Wash in cold water with similar colors using a mild detergent
- Do not use liquid fabric softener
- Use non-chlorine bleach only when needed
- Hang to dry. If using a dryer, tumble dry on low.
- Garment can be ironed, but must be turned inside-out. Never iron the area containing the printed design.
Our mugs are dishwasher & microwave safe, but their print will last longer if hand-washed.
Posters & Wall Canvases
Posters and wall canvases should not be hung in direct sunlight or outdoors. They can be gently-cleaned with a feather duster or a soft dry cloth.
To clean a phone case, remove the case from your phone. Add a little mild soap to water, and dampen a cloth or sponge with it. With the damp cloth, rub your case gently in circles. Rinse, then let your case air-dry at room temperature.
Don’t clean your phone case with any alcohol-based products as they can remove the ink and discolor the case.
The stainless steel water bottles should only be washed by hand.
Their plastic vacuum seals could be damaged from high heat in a dishwasher.
Blankets & Laptop Sleeves
Blankets and Laptop Sleeves can be machine-washed cold with like colors at no more than 86 ºF (30 ºC). Don’t use bleach and don’t dry-clean. It’s best to hang-dry, but tumble-drying can be used on a low cycle if necessary.
Tote Bags can be machine-washed without bleach on a cold cycle. After washing, they can be tumble-dried on low heat. They can’t be ironed, or dry-cleaned.
Place mouse pad out of direct sunlight to prevent fading.
To clean: Add a little mild soap to water, and dampen a cloth or sponge with it. With the damp cloth, rub your mouse pad gently in circles. Rinse, then let the mouse pad air-dry at room temperature.