Printing on clothes

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We have printed on textiles hundreds of thousands of times. The gained experience has taught us how to achieve results that bring a smile to our customers’ faces.

We recommend that you contact us and ask for suggestions. We’ll give you advice based on your expectations and objectives.

We use a very wide spectrum of textile decoration in our work: screen printing, thermal films, sublimation, transfer printing (based on screen printing) and offer the possibility of machine embroidery.

You can read more about these methods below.

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textile decoration methods


It’s a long-lasting printing method where the design is printed on the textile product through a mesh. It allows to create very complex and detailed designs. Screen printing requires preparation costs, but for large quantities it’s by far the most advantageous printing method. Absolutely the fastest and cheapest method when tens, hundreds or thousands of identical products are needed.
Most retail T-shirts are printed using the screen printing method.

Screen printing provides options to print both photoluminescent and glow-in-the-dark (reflective) design. The possibilities are vast!

We recommend washing printed garments inside out in 40°C water.

It’s a subcategory of screen printing that allows the use of screen printing features to decorate products where this would not otherwise be possible (such as lined products). For transfer printing, the textile product must withstand heat because the print is applied to the surface with a heat press.

We only perform screen printing on textile products (T-shirts, hoodies, shopping bags, etc.).


DTG is a state of the art decorating method where digital printer prints directly onto the textile product. A tee or a hoodie is laid on the pallet and printing process is done by the machine itself.

On a white/light garment you cannot feel the decoration at all. The print is max soft and does not create ‘an-extra-layer’ feel (the common issue with heat transfers). Darker garments need to be pre-treated before printing to make sure that the prints shall hold vivid colours. Print on pre-treated textiles does have a feel, but it is a lot softer and lighter than thermo transferred alternatives.


Heat pressing is a method in which graphics are pressed on the textile product with high pressure and heat. Colourful thermal films and thermo vinyls are applied on the fabric with this method.

Thermal film is a very reasonable solution for sportswear. The numbers and logos are cut out of the thermal film with a film cutter and pressed on the surface of the shirts and trousers. The films retain their colour very well and do not fade.

In the case of printable polyurethane film, the printer prints on a white film, which is then pressed on the surface of the textile product. Decoration can be done with photo quality. Please note that after 15 to 20 washes, the colours may start to fade (it all depends on the cleaning products and washing programs).

To achieve a particularly velvety result, the graphics are cut out of a special material and pressed onto the surface of the textile product. Keep in mind that this is not a suitable method for printing the most detailed graphics.

This textured rubbery material has gained quite a lot of popularity in recent years. This is a material that is successfully used to decorate both hoodies and baseball caps. Not a suitable material if the graphics are very detailed.

We recommend washing printed garments inside out in 40°C water.


Machine embroidery is a very common method of decorating presentable workwear. The image or text is embroidered on the fabric’s surface. As a rule, the result is very decent and nice-looking.

With machine embroidery, we cannot guarantee a highly detailed design. With machine embroidery, we accept orders starting from 10 units.


Sublimation of textile products means the transfer colour pigments to the fabric in such a way that the print is not perceptible by hand: the pigment attaches inside the fabric fibre, not on top of it. For sublimed textile products, the print cannot wear off (the print is extremely durable to washing).
NB! Only white (light-coloured) products made of synthetic fibre (polyester) can be sublimated!