Frequently Asked Questions

We recommend you wash your garments at no higher than 80 degrees and avoid using any stain removing products on and around the print. Do not iron over your the print but if needed turn the garment inside out or place a towel.
Yes. Our most popular garments are shown on our website, we have a huge selection of garments, contact us and we can help you find exactly what your looking for.
We include a limited amount of design time with all of our new orders. If it requires more time to turn your idea or concept into a final product we can do so at a rate of $45.00 per hour. We will consult you on the need for design time before you confirm the order.
We guarantee our printing with no questions asked. We cannot be responsible for size variations in garments between manufacturers. It is always a good idea to try on the garment before a mass production.
You can get an order started by completing our online quote form, stopping by our Retail location. Once we go over the details we will complete an order form confirmation that you can review and keep for your records. Pricing details and the order due date will be specified on the form. The quickest way to get an order placed is to send your graphics and item sizes at the same time to sales@801imprints.com. If we need to produce art before you place the order, it will take longer for us to process your request.
Not a problem we can usually take care of everything over the phone and by email. We also will ship your items via United Parcel Service ground shipment but can make arrangements it you have a preferred carrier.
Vinyl Heat applied vinyl is the material used for custom names and numbers on sports jerseys. Intricate designs with multiple colors cannot be replicated with vinyl, but for block text or simple logos we can often make the material work. Without ironing the design will last as long as the garment. Heat Applied Transfer Full color designs can be printed digitally and then heat applied to the garment with a transfer. T Embroidery We can embroider as few as one item at a time, with price breaks at 12 and 24 items produced exactly the same way. Per item pricing is based on the number of stitches in the design. We can do simple text logos in several common fonts without a setup fee, but if you have a complex logo you may be subject to a digitization setup fee based on the complexity of your design. Please contact our office for more details.
We accept Visa Mater card and also paypal. All orders require a payment to be made prior to job being started. Please contact your sales manager for more details.
Our favorite file formats are, in this order: .ai, .eps., .pdf, .psd, .tiff, .png, .jpg, .gif. Ideally, you have the original, highest resolution version of your graphic. If you are creating your graphics in Adobe Illustrator, Freehand, or other vector-based software, then you just need to set your document size to the size you want your graphic to be. If you are sending a vector-based EPS or PDF, make sure you convert your type to outlines to avoid missing fonts. Microsoft Word & PowerPoint documents are especially hard for us to view; if you are using one of these programs to create your graphic, you can export your file as a PDF.
This is a process we use in embroidery so the needles on the machine knows when to to make a color change it also helps us to determine how many stitches there will be in your design. There is a one time fee for this process but after we keep all file on file so if you need just a single item embroidered we can accommodate you with fast turn around times. If you have had your file digitized in the past the files we can except is either DST or EMB along with sew out list.