Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Depends. Most custom t-shirts are printed in 10 business days from the time we get the thumbs up on the design, the price and we collect payment. We can always rush a job but that’ll cost a little more.
DTF stands for “direct-to-film” in printing. DTF Printing is revolutionary, as it combines a heat transfer element with a direct to transfer printer to bring your designs to life.
Yep! We love visiting with clients and showing our amazing work. We accept visitors by appointment only. Contact us at info@LuckyPrints.com to set up an appointment.
Dye migration is defined as movement of dye from a dyed material (like the threads in a t-shirt) to another material in contact with that shirt (like ink). This means that the dye from polyester fabric is moving—or bleeding—into the ink printed on top of it.
That depends. Typically we don’t accept outside garments, though there are exceptions. Every garment is different and although we have experience printing on thousands of different garments, sometimes customer provided garments are not suited for printing. We have access to thousands of different garments, just give us a shout and we’ll help you choose the perfect garment.
Absolutely! We’re experts in creating stunning designs. See our artwork page for more details.
Sure! Many clients love to split up their order between light and dark shirts, and that can require an ink swap. For example, when you have both white and black shirts on an order. A good tip is to have a design will look great on both a light or dark garment with minimal changes.
Hand refers to the way a shirt or print feels. “Soft hand” is a way to describe a soft print. The softer the hand of a print, the less you can feel the ink on the garment.