When it comes to caring for your hand-printed garments, it's important to follow the proper washing instructions to ensure their quality and longevity. By following these guidelines, you can preserve the print and integrity of your garments for years to come.

Machine Wash Cold

To maintain the vibrant colors and prevent any damage to the print, we recommend washing your garments on a gentle cycle with cold water. The initial water temperature should not exceed 30°C or 65–80°F. This will help to prevent any fading or bleeding of the print.

Wash Inside Out

To further protect the print, it is suggested to wash the garment inside out, with the printed side in. This will minimize friction and contact with other garments, reducing the risk of any damage to the design.

Cotton/Poly Blends and Tri-Blends

If your garment is made from a cotton/poly blend or a tri-blend fabric, it should also be machine washed cold. Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. After washing, tumble dry on low heat or hang dry. Avoid ironing and dry cleaning, as these can cause damage to the print/decoration.

100 Percent Cotton

Garments that are 100 percent cotton may have a tendency to shrink during washing. To minimize this, we recommend washing them cold, inside out, and hanging them to dry. Do not dry clean. Do not iron print/decoration. This will help preserve the size and shape of the garment while preventing any damage to the print. 


By following these care instructions, you can ensure that your hand-printed garments from Stay The Course Industries will continue to look their best. If you have any further questions or concerns about caring for your garments, please don't hesitate to contact us at info@staythecourseind.com.