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White Gildan Crew Neck Sweatshirt with Black Vinyl


 50% cotton and 50% polyester


All orders are custom-made. After the sweatshirt is finished, it will be shipped, please allow for 1-2 weeks to be made. 

Wifey, Est. Year White Crew Neck Sweatshirt

Color of Sweatshirt
  • We do not offer returns or exchanges since all items are made to order.

    We may offer returns if there is a malfunction with your order. We will not issue returns or refunds due to customer error (i.e. wrong size, color or font color) or shipping errors that are out of our hands (ie longer shipping times from USPS/UPS. Once packages are out of our hands, there is little we can control).

    Approved returns due to customer error will not be refunded shipping or a restock fee.

    All returns due to malfunctions must be made within one week of receiving your package. Thank you for understanding.

    • Do not dry clean. Vinyl should never be dry cleaned. The harsh temperature and chemicals that are used during dry clean just do not mix well with vinyl. This typically isn’t something you have to worry about unless you are applying heat transfer vinyl to work uniforms or something similar.
    • Wash and dry garments inside out. By turning the shirts, pillowcases, etc inside out, you’re giving the vinyl a layer of protection during the wash. While washing and drying clothes, they’re rubbing up against each other and that abrasion during washing can cause your vinyl to peel prematurely.
    • Choose cold or warm water temperature settings for the wash. When washing shirts that have vinyl on them, you don’t want your water temperature to exceed 178 degrees Fahrenheit. High temperatures can weaken the adhesive on the vinyl which can cause the vinyl to peel or crack.
    • Use mild detergent. Detergents that are “green” can be too harsh for the adhesive on vinyl. You should also avoid bleach and fabric softeners in order to make the vinyl last as long as possible.
    • Dry on a low/tumble setting or hang dry. Just like when washing, you won’t want to dry your vinyl shirts on high heat. If you stick with tumble dry or low heat, you should be good to go. If possible, you can hang dry your vinyl garments for best results. Hang drying will minimize any wrinkles you see in vinyl after washing.
    • Do not iron directly on a heat transfer design. Just like you never iron directly to the vinyl when applying, you won’t ever want to do that after laundering. The high heat on the vinyl will melt the vinyl and or burn the adhesive. Regardless, ironing directly on vinyl is a great way to ruin a shirt. If you must iron the shirt, make sure to use low heat and place a dish towel or cloth over the transfer.
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