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As you may have heard Before You Get On My Bad Side You Should Know I Will Rock That Orange Jumpsuit Shirt . We recently launched a lightweight bomber jacket in our Fast Fashion collection that we’re obsessed with. Most bombers are double lined, but just like we do with everything else, we wanted ours to be unique! The kingteeshops bomber, style 3950, is made of 100% nylon, so it’s super lightweight and consists of a single-layer, making it much easier to print on. But since this material is newer to our industry, we teamed up with our friends at Shirt Agency (once again!) to go through two different decorating tips that would work great with this fabric!
Before You Get On My Bad Side You Should Know I Will Rock That Orange Jumpsuit Shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
A plastisol screen print is the way to go if you’re printing in bulk Before You Get On My Bad Side You Should Know I Will Rock That Orange Jumpsuit Shirt . If you’re using a dark color print, like we did in our video with Shirt Agency, you can use just a regular plastisol ink. For a light-colored design, just be sure to use a nylon-safe ink base. Since our bomber doesn’t have a double liner, it lies straight on to the board. Then it’s screen printed, just like any other product is! Heat pressing vinyl is another great option for our bomber, especially if you’re decorating for a team! The process is simple, but it’s really important to test the temperature of your machine with this fabric. Since it’s such a thin vinyl, the timing and temperature are key to avoid melting. As you can see in our video, Cole from Shirt Agency, also recommends putting a teflon pillow inside the jacket. This will act as a buffer to ensure an imprint isn’t left from the zipper on the front in the vinyl print. We also recommend spending some time flattening out all the wrinkles in the jacket, just to make sure no creases are created when heat pressing. Since the vinyl is like a sticker, you can easily double check the placement on the garment before pressing it into the fabric. In our video, Cole heat pressed the vinyl for 5 seconds at 317 degrees. This was what he determined was best for his machine. As we mentioned before, be sure to do plenty of testing on your own machine before fulfilling an order!
TJ Logg –
Shrunk a little after first wash and dry. Ok though. Thanks.
Kimberly Scheich –
Always go with kingtees!
Love these kingteeshops for my crafting! Never disappointed when I buy Gildan.
Good outside work T-shirt
Bought these for working in my yard. They are just the right size (XL) and length. On me, the hem is down to the bottom of the front pocket openings on my jeans and the fit is slightly loose, not figure hugging.
I’m not sure what the definition of “heavy” is supposed to be. These seem to feel slightly thicker than the Hanes or Fruit of the Loom multi-pack white T-shirts you can buy at your local supermarket, but you can still easily see through them when held up to a sunny window, for example.
I waited to do this review until one shirt was washed to record the amount of shrinkage and see how the texture changed. New, they are almost silky in feel. Very nice. Once washed, they lose that and become slightly rougher, like any other T-shirt. After one wash, as shown by the photo of washed over top of new, they have lost maybe 1″-1.5″ on length, but the width change was minimal and the fit is still a loose XL. The color faded slightly also.
It’s a T-shirt and it’ll meet my intended use, but I wouldn’t say they were “special”