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We at T-Shirt Bazar are proud of the quality of the products we sell and are committed to guaranteeing that you are 100% satisfied with your purchase. This is why we wish to provide some suggestions on how to take care of your garment. Below you will find the detailed explanation of the icons that are displayed in product detail pages on our website. If you need more help or advice or you have any doubt on how to treat your garment, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Wash at 30°C/86°F

Modern washing machines can perfectly wash at low temperatures, saving energy and adding up to the life of your garment. If the garment is particularly dirty, we suggest you use a pretreatment spray or gel, rather than washing it at higher temperatures. We also recommend you turn the garment inside out and wash it on reverse. This will help preserving the quality of the outside fibers and the print.

Iron at medium temperature

Our garments are made of natural fibers, so they can resist high ironing temperatures. However, modern irons give excellent results even at medium temperatures, thus allowing you to save energy. Our prints are extremely soft and inks bind directly to the fibers, so they are usually not affected by ironing. In any case, we recommend you avoid direct contact of the ironing surface with the printed textile. You can iron the printed area on reverse or cover it with a thin cloth.

Drum dry at low temperature

We recommend you line dry your clothes in a well-ventilated room or outdoors. Your garments will last longer and you will save energy. However, if you have to drum dry your clothes, we suggest you set the drier at low temperature. Although our prints do not wrinkle or come off due to heat, the natural fibers of garments can suffer the ill effects of regular and repeated exposure to high temperatures.

Do not dry clean

We do not recommend dry cleaning any printed garments, as chemical solvents can reduce the vividness of print colors.

Do not bleach

We strongly recommend you not to use bleach on printed areas of your garment. If you really need to use bleach on the garment, please cover or protect the print with a cloth.

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