FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

How to Place a Order

We offer several ways to place an order. You can place an order by phone, Website, or email.. For more detailed information on placing an order call (470)781-1625 and speak to your sales professional

How do I pay for my order?

Payments can be made in the form of credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover), check or money order. You can phone, fax, or e-mail your credit card information to us. Purchase Order payment is available to certain firms and organizations and is handled by written agreement and offered at our discretion.  Note that all of our prices are discounted for cash payment. 
Credit card sales will be assessed the current charge imposed by the credit card companies.

GARMENT SIZES/COLORS FAQ:

Yes. We offer youth x-small (2-4) small (6-8), youth medium (10-12), and youth large (14-16).  We also stock infant lap shoulder tees.

Artwork FAQ'S

There are several ways to send artwork to us. (1). You can email your art to us (Please send it Vector Art and Eps File.) Our art department email address is sales@leftthumbprint.com  (2). You can place your artwork in eps file and we can download it.

Will the printing fade on my shirts after a few washings?

No. The printed image on screen printed t-shirts is very durable and will hold up for a long time as they are directly printed onto the garment using plastisol ink. “Wash” tests that we’ve conducted in our shop also prove that the printing on “Photo” or “digitally imaged” t-shirts (which are transfers) is durable and holds up to many washings.  Digital photo transfers are not as long lasting as screen printed shirts.  Washing instructions are packed with the digital transfer shirts.

What is the largest size that can be printed on a T-Shirt?

The maximum image depends on the shirt size and location of the design.  Contact our sales department for more information.

Do the prices of the products become lower when I buy larger quantities?

Yes. The more you buy, the lower the price.