Don't the care instructions usually go on the fabric label that's attached to the neck? I have not heard of care instructions printed on the hang tag. Is the seller responsible for printing the barcode on the hang tags or that's the responsibility of the retail stores?It depends entirely on where you're selling. Seeling in stores usually means they will place an additional tag with barcode info etc on.
Care instructions, by most Western laws, have to be on the label
The information on the care tags in the neckline has been covered a few times in past threads.Great questions. I would like to know the answer to these as well. I'm surprised you haven't had more response yet.
You would need to talk with the stores. Some want the seller to do it, some will add it themselves.Is the seller responsible for printing the barcode on the hang tags or that's the responsibility of the retail stores?
I don't know if it's customary, per se, but yes, some screen printers offer hang tagging (putting the hang tags on) as part of their "finishing services". Some screen printers do not offer this service.Also when you have hang tags printed at some place, is it customary to send your hang tags to your screen printer for them to attach them to the shirts?
I think it depends on the volume. JakPrints charges .25 cents per with a $25 minimum which sounds about average.How much is a typical per shirt charge for the screen printer to attach the hang tags to the shirts?