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Dave’s not here man shirt

(3 customer reviews)

$22.99

At kingteeshops, we are all about creating soft fabrics Dave’s not here man shirt . We’ve perfected the art of creating blends that are soft enough to live in, yet durable enough for a multitude of t-shirt printing techniques. When it comes to printing on blends, there are certain challenges, but you shouldn’t be intimidated to print on any of our blends including, tri blends, heathers, or flowy poly-viscose.

Dave’s not here man shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

Dave’s Not Here Man Shirt Classic Women'S T-Shirt
Classic Women’S
Dave’s Not Here Man Shirt Long Sleeved T-Shirt
Long Sleeved
Dave’s Not Here Man Shirt Unisex Sweatshirt
Unisex Sweatshirt
Dave’s Not Here Man Shirt Unisex Hoodie
Unisex Hoodie
Dave’s not here man shirt Classic Men's T-shirt
Classic Men’S
We’ve already given screen printers some tips for screen printing on our blends, and now we’ve teamed up with StahlsTV to come up with a few guidelines to keep in mind when heat printing blended fabrics Dave’s not here man shirt . The most important consideration when choosing a heat transfer is understanding the fabric type you are applying to. Heat transfers are manufactured with a variety of adhesives to stick to varying fabric types. Make sure the heat transfer has an adhesive strong enough to stick to your fabric. Many heat transfer styles will adhere to cotton and cotton/poly blends with ease. If you’re unsure of what heat transfer to choose, manufacturers will publish a Material Selection Guide to help you get started. Fabrics that contain polyester, rayon, or viscose are heat sensitive and require a transfer that applies at a lower heat application to reduce scorching or burn marks on the item. The ideal heat temperature is 280 degrees and below. The last thing you want to do with your high-end and ultra-soft garment is heat apply a thick, heavyweight heat transfer. When printing fabrics that are soft and lightweight such as tri-blends or slub t-shirts, choose a lightweight heat transfer vinyl or screen printed transfer with a soft feel that complements the fabric. Also, keep your artwork minimal with open areas for the best results.
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3 reviews for Dave’s not here man shirt

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    Brad Heinen

    Good basic t shirts
    My boyfriend wears these every day as under shirts. These are the exact same that you can find at JoAnn Fabrics, Hobby Lobby, or other craft stores. I will say, that he prefers the shirts that have no tag at the top, because his skin gets irritated by the tag. These shirts do have a tag.

     

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    marcel findlay

    Nice shirts for the price
    I am happy with the shirts, the are not so heavy and not so thin. the quality is good. I wear size M, but I was thinking to buy size L because most the reviews complaint about the shrinkage. anyhow, I decided to buy size M, when I got the shirts they were quite large for size M. after I washed and hot dried them, they shrink a bit, now they fit me very well. the only complaint is the color. i bought army green, but I was expecting a little bit more darker green. the army green I got is quite old, looks like Vietnam war green…

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    julie wypyszynski

    Well made, looks good as plain white t-shirt, excellently priced.

    Nothing fancy, but a well made, inexpensive comfortable, mid to heavy weight plain white t-shirt. Floridians and those in warm climates might find it uncomfortable to wear as an undershirt– but perfect as a regular going around outside t-shirt year round. Heavier (and should be longer lasting) than a simple haines or jockey white thin undershirt. The white is very white, I am ordering grey today. I would buy these at double the price on Amazon.

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