Inky T's Screen Printing Page

Custom Textile Screen Printing Pricing.

In order to quote an accurate price we will need the following information:

  • Approximately how many shirts will you need printed?
  • What color and type or types of shirts will you be needing?
  • How much printing will you need?
    • How many locations?
    • How many colors per location?
  • What date will you need them by?
  • Will the order be for a School, Business, Non-Profit, Church Group or Other?

Design Artwork:

All of the shirts we print are CUSTOM DESIGNED. We do not violate copyright laws. If you have found a design in a catalog, or brochure it is copyrighted. This means we can not use it exactly, but we can design you something that is similar. Using the style of the design we can create you a great looking CUSTOM DESIGNED SHIRT.


We offer discounts to Schools, Clubs, Businesses, Churches and Non-Profit Groups. So be sure to let us know what your shirts are for.

Sales Tax Exemption:

If your group is exempt from paying sales tax, please request an Exemption Form from us. It is very important that you understand that even though your group is exempt your order may not be.

An example of this is a School Sports Team. If the "School" is buying uniforms for the team, the items can be exempt. If the players are purchasing Hooded Sweatshirts to wear to games, these items are not exempt. If you have questions on this please contact us.


Some garments are more suited for Screen Printing than others. Below is a short list of ones that work best.

  • T-Shirts
  • Long Sleeve T-Shirts
  • Crew Neck Sweatshirts
  • Hooded Sweatshirts
  • Jersey Knit Sport Shirts
  • Canvas Totes

In general, any garment that has a smooth texture is ideal. We can also print certain Nylon Products.

Washing Instructions:

We generally use Plastisol Inks to Screen Print garments. This ink is very durable, and is HEAT CURED at a very high temperature. Because these inks contain plastic ironing, the print is a very bad idea.

You should wash all Screen Printed shirts inside out, in cool or warm water. You can dry them in a dryer at low heat. If your shirts have names and/or numbers applied, line dry.

The print should last as long as long as the garment. It will crack over time but it should not flake off. If you feel you print is not holding up as well as you expect, please contact us ASAP so we can address the issue.