A popular vinyl effect is reflective printing which is achieved by using specialist reflective vinyl material that can be cut out and applied to lots of different productsGet Your Free Printing Techniques Guide
A reflective print can also be used if you want to give your logo or design a specialist effect to make it stand out above the rest. It works like a highlighter but only on your clothes. The reflective print process is the same as vinyl, where the design is cut-out and applied to the product using an industrial heat-press. This means that we can print designs up to A3 in size to create truly stunning, eye-catching designs.
At Garment Printing we have over 40 years of experience and our aim is to exceed our client’s expectations. That is why we are always making sure to use modern printing techniques as well as state-of-the-art-machinery. We are also working together with some of the worlds’ leading manufacturers, hence our garments and our promotional merchandise are of high quality. We are able to take your ideas and turn them into the highest possible printed accessories and we can help you to turn your ideas into reality and help your company grown.
Pros of using carbon fibre cad cut vinyl printing:
- No set-up costs
- Durable finish
- Can be used on virtually all types of products/colours
- Can print up to A3 sized transfers
- Perfect for letters, numbers and simple designs to be added to an existing garment.
- Fast to produce
Other types of vinyl printing:
Reflective printing is an ideal solution for safety workwear, for example hi-vis jackets or vests, but it can be used on lots of different products, for example T-Shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, polo shirts and jackets.
Printed garments are more sensitive and need extra attention when it comes to washing. Due to the printing technique used, all clothing must be washed inside out and the clothing can’t be dried using a tumble dryer. It’s also important to avoid ironing over the design otherwise the design can be ruined and, ultimately, the clothing will be ruined. Please keep these washing instructions in mind in order to make your ordered garments as durable as possible. Please refer to our Wash & Care Guide here.
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