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Care instructions

Printed clothing (direct-to-garment)

Our clothing is used with the most advanced Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printing technology to offer a wide variety of printable items and color options. High quality ink is used, and if properly cared for, it will last a very long time.
Note that the original manufacturer's care instructions do not take the DTG printing process into account. So we recommend the following care tips on this page to properly care for your printed items.
Printed garments can be machine cold, turned inside out, and washed on a gentle cycle with mild detergent and similar colors. Only use non-chlorine bleach when really necessary. You shouldn't use fabric softeners or dry clean the items.
DTG printed items can be tumble dried on a low cycle, but it is best to let them air dry. They are best ironed inside out. The print must not be ironed.
Follow these guidelines carefully to avoid fading or damaging the print. The item may also shrink if you wash or dry it at too high a temperature.

Embroidered clothing

Embroidered clothing can be machine cold, turned inside out, and washed on a low cycle with mild detergent and similar colors. You can use a small amount of chlorine bleach, but non-chlorine bleach is a safer option.
If you see paint residue in the water, rinse the item in lukewarm and then in cold water several times, but don't try to rub stained embroidery. Embroidered clothing can also be dry cleaned.
Do not soak or wet clothes on top of a pile of clothes after washing. Do not wring out the embroidered items and use cold air if you want to tumble dry them.
If you want to iron the items, turn them inside out beforehand and ideally place them between two cloths. Do not wet embroidered items or use a steam iron before ironing.

Embroidered hats and backpacks

Embroidered hats and backpacks can be wiped off where necessary with a damp cloth. If necessary, hats can be hand washed in cold water. Don't use brushes.
Neither hats nor backpacks can be machine washed, bleached, tumble dried, ironed or dry cleaned. Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for more information.

Clothing, fabric and headgear with all-over print

All-over garments can be machine washed cold with the same colors and without bleach. The clothing must not be dry-cleaned or tumble dried. You can iron them on a low heat.

Swimwear with all-over print

You should only wash the recycled bikini with all-over print and high waist, the bikini top and the bikini bottom by hand. Don't use bleach, do not dry clean, or tumble dry them. You can iron the recycled bikinis at a low temperature.
The swimsuit, bikini, bikini top, bikini bottom, children's swimsuit and youth swimsuit with all-over print have the same care instructions as garments with all-over print: They can be machine washed with the same colors without bleaching. The swimwear must not be dry cleaned or tumble dried. Can be ironed at low temperature.


All-over print backpacks, belt bags and duffel bags must be hand washed without bleach. They must not be dry-cleaned or tumble dried. They can be ironed at a low temperature.
All-over print bags and drawstring bags can be machine washed in the cold wash cycle without bleach. They must not be dry-cleaned. They can be ironed at a low temperature.

Stockings, blankets, towels and laptop sleeves with sublimation printing

Socks, blankets, towels and laptop sleeves with sublimation printing can be machine washed with similar colors at a maximum of 30ºC. Don't use bleach or tumble dry them. It is best to let them air dry, if necessary they can be tumble dried at a low temperature.

Sublimation-printed flip-flops

Sublimation printed flip flops can be hand washed in warm water using a mild neutral detergent.


Our glossy white mugs and colored inside mugs are microwave and dishwasher safe, but the print and coating will last longer if you hand wash them.
However, black matte and black glossy magic mugs should only be hand washed and cannot be used in the microwave. They're also very prone to scratches, so be extra careful.
The same applies to our enamel cups, which can only be washed by hand. In addition, you must not heat liquids or food in the enamel cup - this can damage the coating.

Cell phone cases

To clean a phone case, take the case off your phone. Wet a cloth or sponge with a small amount of mild, soapy water. Use circular motions to clean your shell. Let the shell air dry at room temperature.
Do not clean your phone case with alcohol-based products, as these can remove the color and discolor the case.


Remove jewelry before showering, swimming, washing dishes, applying perfume, or exercising. Keep it in the box that you received it in.
After wearing the jewelry, we recommend cleaning it with a non-abrasive jewelry polishing cloth. To completely remove any fog or residue, use silver or jewelry polishes. Follow the directions for these agents and use gloves when using silver polishes. 

Let the laundry dry on its own

It is best to just let the laundry dry by itself, as tumble dryers and drying cabinets use a lot of energy. You can reduce drying time by giving the laundry a thorough spin before taking it out of the machine.

Give away your clothes

If you no longer want to keep your clothes, donate them to an organization. In this way you extend the life of the garments.

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