Every t-shirt of T-shirt Truck is designed with a lot of care and love, so we do care about our t-shirts even after they are dispatched. All our t-shirts are made of 100% cotton, bio-washed and pre-shrunk. So, washing them should be pretty straightforward. Here are the essential washing instructions:
- Set an appropriate wash cycle (15-20 minutes). If you’re using a washing machine. For routine washes, a temperature of 30c should is perfect. Machine wash cold, inside-out, gentle cycle with mild detergent and similar colors.
- Cotton doesn’t need a special detergent, but a high quality option is always better. If you’re using a machine, Surf excel Liquid Matic Detergent is your friend.
- Once washed, dry on a low setting in the dryer.
- Hang white t-shirts out in the sunlight to keep them bright. Please don’t hang dark t-shirts in the sun. The color will fade away.
- Do not dry clean.
- If you’re concerned about your clothes shrinking, wash on the coldest setting possible or by hand if you’re really cautious. That’s usually not necessary, though, as cotton is generally pretty easy to care for. Also, while washing clothes don’t use brush on the print.
Spilled coffee or stains of burger gravy? Follow this
Please follow these guidelines to avoid t-shirts getting stained with permanent stains.
- Treat any kind of stain immediately with water or any solvent available. The most common solvents you can easily get are salt, lemon juice, and detergents.
- Avoid heating the stain. Heat will accelerate the stain to bond with the cotton fabric quickly.
- Finally, avoid pressure while applying solvents. Gently dab the solvent onto the stain and let them soak. Also, do not scrub forcefully.
If the occurs at home, treat it immediately with water or any other solvent. And, if you’re outdoors, find a restroom or any place where you can find cold water and dab onto the stained area with a tissue or paper towels. It may be more visible with after dabbing water, but it will prevent the stain from becoming permanent. Later, once you reach home put it to wash.