- Where can I confirm the size?
- The size is indicated in the detailed information for each item.
- Points to consider when washing
- When you wash our products, please keep some points in mind due to the nature of the printing method. Please always wash them as follows.
Due to the nature of the ink used, the colors fade by washing to some extent. So please note that we can’t accept any request for returns/exchanges of our products after they have been washed for reasons caused by washing.
・We recommend washing our products inside out in a laundry net to protect the printed surface.
・Don’t use a bleaching agent or dryer.
(This may accelerate the deterioration of the print.)
・Allow the product to dry in a shady place immediately after washing and spin-drying.
(If our products are left wet for many hours, the printed parts may become sticky.)
・Don’t hand wash them.
(Even if the printed part is not touched, hand washing may cause the ink to spread due to the nature of the print, which will lead to accelerated deterioration.)
・Don’t iron the printed surface.
(It may cause deterioration.)
- Thickness and weight of materials
- The unit indicating the weight of the materials is “oz”. More precisely, the weight per unit area, i.e. a square yard (oz/yd2), is indicated. The larger the figure is, the heavier the item is and the thicker the material is. While g/m2 is generally used in Japan, English units of measurement are used for T-shirts even now as T-shirts were introduced from the US.
The larger the figure is, the heavier the item is and the thicker the material is.
3.5 - 4.9 oz
Thin and medium-thick materials for general T-shirts. The materials of this thickness are very good for year-round general use as they are not only cool in summer but also warm enough to be used as inner wear in winter.
5.0 - 7.9 oz
Thick materials called Heavy Weight. They are durable and don’t lose their shape easily. Among them, materials that are 6.5 oz thick or over are massive with top-class thickness, called Super Heavy Weight.
8.0 - 13.0 oz
Materials for sweatshirts. Loopback and fleece are used, both of which provide extra moisture absorption and insulation.
If you have something please contact us from the following inquiries.
Problem / complaint：firstname.lastname@example.org
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