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GARAGE INK COMMON QUESTIONS
Can you do full color shirts?
Yes. Garage Ink Screen Printing has the capability of both digitally printing full color designs on light colored apparel and screen printing 4-color process designs on large quantities.
What is your minimum order?
One Shirt. Seriously. For general screen print orders it’s advised to print at least 12. Most of the cost on small quantity screen print jobs is in the setup, Rush jobs require that you order at least 24 shirts.
How fast can you get my shirts to me?
The absolute fastest we can print screen printed shirts for you is 3-4 days plus shipping. This assumes that the shirts are available in our California warehouse. *Please note there’s an extra charge for rush screen printing.
Do I have to pay full price if I print the same shirts later?
No. We keep the transparencies used to make your screens on-hand, so you only pay $15 instead of $25 on any reorder.
What is a “flash” layer?
A flash layer is when we double print a color on your shirt. If you’re printing light ink on dark shirts, we’ll usually print that light color twice so that the dark fabric doesn’t show through the light ink. This only costs you $.40 per shirt, and will make your shirts look a million times better..
Can I Use a picture from my web site on my shirts?
Not preferably. Web images are saved at 72 pixels per inch. Garage Ink needs at least 300 pixels per inch to get a decent print. The rule of thumb is that if you print an image out on a good laser printer at the size you want it printed on your shirt, and it looks jagged or ugly, that’s what the final print will look like.
What is the separation fee?
If artwork is more than one color and does not come print ready (colors separated, black and labeled with registration marks) we charge for the time it takes to separate the colors and make them ready for film.
Best way to send art ready for print is in EPS format.
What is an.EPS file?
An .eps stands for “encapsu