What NOT to Do with Your Custom Jersey

Custom soccer jerseys are great for their durability and easily become every soccer lovers favorite piece of match day clothing.

The ‘truly custom’ jerseys are great for kids who want to see their name on a famous team.

But, and this is important, you cannot, and we’ll repeat this, CANNOT wash your jersey on your washer’s hottest cycle.

The reason being that these custom high-quality letters and numbers are heat-pressed on at 305 degrees. Washing them at 130 degrees or above for a sustained amount of time is going to wear out the heat-press graphic.

As you can see the smaller logo didn't stand a chance, but even the large letters are beginning to ripple and pull away.
As you can see the smaller logo didn’t stand a chance, but even the large letters are beginning to ripple and pull away.

We want people to be happy with their jerseys and have them for a long time. We want people to enjoy the thrill of having a whole closet collection of custom jerseys.

Remember to wash them with cold water because the best we can do when a jersey is ruined is have you send it to us, we print another, and send it back.

That process takes time, ruins a jersey, and can be avoided entirely.

We understand that washers have a funny way of labeling temperature levels with colloquial terms rather than temperatures:

Our advice: when it comes to your replica jerseys, stick to cold/cool.

One more time, just for emphasis:

All custom printed jerseys : COLD WATER ONLY. It goes without saying, but this also means it’s best to air dry custom jerseys rather than run them through the dryer.

 

 

 

 

 

Orders over $50 eligible for free shipping within the U.S. at www.soccercorner.com

 

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