Before placing an order, check out our expert tips. We aim to help you save time, efforts, and money.
Custom printing on white apparel will cost you less. This is because white garments are cheaper, and the printing process requires less setup and less ink.
A design that requires less colors will save you money. This is guaranteed, no matter what printing technique you choose.
Choosing less printing positions can win you cheaper printing services in future transactions.
Sticking to the basics will help you save money. Choosing a one-color design, one print position, and white apparel will be the least expensive option.
Screen printing is the best method for simple designs and bulk orders. The more custom apparel you order, the less you will have to pay per unit.
Designs with intricate color patterns, shades, and gradients are best done using either ‘direct to garment printing’ or ‘transfer printing’ techniques. These methods are not advisable for high quantities.
Printing jobs on polo shirts, personalized jumpers, and leavers hoodies are best done using either embroidery services or screen prints.
Contrary to what you may be expecting, embroidered clothing is not the most expensive option. All the same, the method is only ideal for mid-high volume orders because of the set up costs it requires.
You would not want to order 120 printed apparels when opting for 125 pieces will cost you less. To avoid this, always check the quantity/price breakdowns. Our printing advisers will keep you properly informed.