We wanted some hoodies quick for a winter wear around. New hoodies and advertisement sounds like a win win! None of the local printing companies would do a small order so i decided to check out “ooshirts” waited about a week and a half for them to come in and got them in a completely different shade of grey so light u can barely see the lettering. I opened a claim with them 2 days ago and just heard back today. There answer was “Well some times the garments can appear a different shade online but we can give you a 20% off coupon on your next order” in which i nicely replied with the fact that I will be doing a charge back on my card and never ordering through them again. I didnt want my money back, i would have gladly sent them the hoodies back and even sent them a little extra if needed to either change the font color or change the shade of grey to darker but that was not an option apparently. STAY AWAY FROM OOSHIRTS!!
with this being said my lady gave me an idea to “dye” the clothing since i have no other options. Anybody ever tried this? Im thinking about giving it a shot but a little afraid it will also dye the lettering!
That stinks, that’s why I prefer to buy clothing locally
I would have liked too but with such a small order they werent interested. Live and yah learn i guess! Either way i reached out to my financial institute yesterday, they put in a claim but im not sure how far it will go. We will find out in the next 15 days!
I don’t know about the lettering but if it’s polyester thread it should be ok, or if its screen printed the lettering shouldn’t be affected. I have some black pants that I dye all the time and they come out good. I tried with a yellow shirt once but don’t have much luck with the lighter colors.
i may give it a shot with one of our older shirts. Theyre a vinyl print so im not sure whats going to happen. Id rather try it on something thats trash first!