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I'm looking at using some "Ash City - Core 365 Origin Performance Piqué Polo" (88181, 78181) shirts for an order and will need to sublimate a logo onto them.


Does anyone have any experience sublimating that product, or idea of whether they are suitable for decorating that way?


They're described as 100% polyester pique, 4.1 oz, moisture wicking, antimicrobial and UV protection performance.
I asked customer service at Alphabroder but they weren't able to provide an answer apart from suggesting ordering some samples and doing some testing...
 

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If its 100% poly, it should sublimate without a problem, just pre press.before you sublimate and.remember to use a pillow you dont want those paper lines on your shirt.
I'm looking at using some "Ash City - Core 365 Origin Performance Piqué Polo" (88181, 78181) shirts for an order and will need to sublimate a logo onto them.


Does anyone have any experience sublimating that product, or idea of whether they are suitable for decorating that way?


They're described as 100% polyester pique, 4.1 oz, moisture wicking, antimicrobial and UV protection performance.
I asked customer service at Alphabroder but they weren't able to provide an answer apart from suggesting ordering some samples and doing some testing...
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Will it sublimate, ie accept an image? Yes being 100% poly it certainly will. The problem in my experience with pique knits and other textured poly is that it's extremely difficult not to create a "press box" that does not wash out.
 
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