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***Read NEW instructions before pressing***
These 95% Polyester "Bleached" shirts are going to be a game changer for your company. No longer will you have to worry about, "do I bleach first or sub first", "why is my image faded" "why is the shirt scorching after pressing the bleached area", "oh no, I bleached one area and it SPREAD" "what's the weather like" "oh no, it's raining or there isn't any sun, so I can't work on shirt" "Why did I lift the shirt, now I have drip marks" and those are just a few questions, you never have to ask again with these shirts.
These Bleached Bradshaw Blanks shirts are 95% polyester. They are made from white polyester fabric and the color is able to be dyed to give the bleach look. The feel is in between polyester and cotton feel with a shine. I really love these!!
****These do stretch, so if like a baggy of a shirt, you may want to size up**** Please search our Facebook Group (not page) for TTS to find photos of people wearing them and check out the review tab for photo reviews. 50% size up; so it just depends how you like the fit.
*** Heating instructions: Make sure you use ***three*** sheets of pink butcher paper. Cover the whole heating element, the whole bottom pad, and one inside the shirt.
ALSO- Please put a pressing pillow in between your shirt (with some butcher paper) Just the size of the white area. (May need to cut the pillow) You want to put the least amount of color under the press.
You can also press for 60 seconds at 385- the color is subbed on the shirt and is heat activated. Therefore the color will transfer to the element or pad if not covered. Do not reuse the paper. (Every press is different ) Put the least amount of color under the press.