Frequently Asked Questions

Our limited-run t-shirts are produced using commercial-grade heat-transfer vinyl (HTV). Theoretically, HTV will last the useful life of the fabric it is adhered to. Proper care when laundering will help ensure a lengthy MTBF (“mean time between between failures” Robots! They talk like this all the time!)
Washing: Wash inside-out, cold water, gentle cycle. Tumble dry low or hang dry.
Peeling graphic: If you dry on a high setting, it may cause a part of the HTV to separate from the fabric. If this happens, place the shirt on a hard, flat surface. A kitchen table works well. To protect the surface from heat and ensure a more successful repair, fold a clean, dry bath towel under the area of the shirt you’re going to iron. Cover the art with a sheet of baking parchment paper (it’s non-stick and designed for high-temperature use). Using a regular household iron, turn it on and set to “cotton” and turn OFF any steam setting. No steam! Place the iron over the lifting or peeling section of the design and press down for 10 seconds. Do not move the iron around. Remove the iron, let the shirt and parchment paper cool, and then remove the paper. This should re-adhere the HTV to the shirt fabric. If not, repeat the above process.