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Old 10-21-2009, 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by NickCat11 View Post
Hey hey, not necessarily. My T-shirts that a local guy screen-prints for me hold up pretty well. All my shirts and sweatshirts have been through the wash at least a dozen times with no cracking and only slight fading. My buddy though who got his stuff from an online company went to crap like you said after a few washes. I posted some of my "swag" in an earlier thread here http://tinyurl.com/lnrmge (My dads photo site)
stuff looks good. personally for me though white gets too dirty by end of the day we use teamwear clothing with our logo embriodered. which has just reminded me i need to order a new jacket and fleece tomorrow.
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Old 10-30-2009, 02:44 AM
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Be sure your business cards are printed by "offset" method on 14-16 point stock. The 12 point stock cards from Vista feel cheap - - because they are. Get UV coating on front side to protect the print. Don't waste money on the AQ coating because it is worthless.

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