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Aren't you supposed to turn the shirts inside out to wash them? And I looked at those & thought they were digital designs.
 

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Hi All,

I was wondering with spreadshirt, how long do flex/flock shirts last overtime given improper handling (regular machine wash, not inverting shirts, regular dryer)?

My friend says that this is what flex results in:
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Is this true for spreadshirt tshirts?

Thanks!

~mnm
No, this shouldn't happen with a properly applied flock or flex transfer.

I have shirts from spreadshirt that I've washed at least 2 dozen times without any cracking like that.

Any t-shirt that is not properly printed will crack, no matter which printing method is used.
 

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I have worked for Spreadshirt for about a year now and I wash and dry my flex/flock t-shirts all the time. I would have to say that they Flex/Flock has held up perfectly. Actually I think it looks better than the screenprinted shirts after multiple washes.

Also - the flock on my shirts gets fluffier after a trip through a dryer.

Lindsay
 

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Hey, I was just wondering, does anyone know which company make flock / flex spreadshirt.com uses ?? I was just concerned with the quality.
 

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i use subliflock from johnson plastics, cut out design and iorn on, they last longer then the t-shirt, great way to do dark cotton shirts with sublimation
 

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Hey, I was just wondering, does anyone know which company make flock / flex spreadshirt.com uses ?? I was just concerned with the quality.
I have been using Flock & flex for years, it's very reliable and lasts for years actually if heat set properly ! You can view samples here at my website...
 
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