Whichever printing method you prefer to use – you can rest assured that quality is our top priority.
Once printed, the ink will dry and become extremely durable. As screen printing will settle ink just above the fabric, it will feel a little more rubbery (as it forms its own layer) – but this only adds to its overall wear-ability.
When deciding on which method will work best for you, it really does come down to your personal preferences. If it's a durable, vibrant set of garments that you're after you won't go wrong with screen printing, but if you prefer detail and style then DTG could well be the way to go.
We price our bulk orders based on the inks used and time for preparation. For further information, take a look at the examples below for an idea of how we work out colours. If you're hoping to print on white, then simply add up the colours in your palette. If your apparel is darker, then it will need a white base first, so be sure to add an extra layer of ink to get a better idea of the costs involved.
Our team are always on hand to offer further advice, so why not get in touch with us right now – or simply place an order and we'll take care of all of the above for you!