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Your brand deserves the very best. Why give someone a tee shirt that quickly winds up in the charity bin or the rag pile? Seattle Logo Pro tee shirts and custom apparel proudly sport your logo and company colors. They look great -- wash after wash -- and could easily become the favorite piece of clothing of your customer, your employee and you!

Seattle Logo Pro creates shirts and apparel that stand the test of time without breaking the bank.

Seattle Logo Pro has more than 500 apparel brands, cuts, styles, sizes and fabrics to choose from in hundreds of colors. Your brand is your image, so cracking, fading, wrinkling and fraying are unacceptable. We'll hand press your clothes on-site to ensure ultra premium quality that creates a lasting impression wherever the wearer goes.

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  Screen Printing:  
  Screen Printing is a great way to gain the attention of your audience. It takes a special process to produce a great product.

That process starts with creating great artwork. You will need a customized graphic using professional graphics software- for example, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw and others. The graphic must be separated by color, with each color printed on its own clear film positive. Fewer colors mean a simpler set-up, resulting in lower costs. Seattle Logo Pro's in-house graphic designers have the ability to make your artwork shine.

Once we have the artwork, we will transfer it from a digital copy and burn it on a screen. Following a process that requires the use of a darkroom and photographic chemicals, a stencil, known as a screen, is made for each color in the graphic image.

Then, each screen must be inserted and carefully aligned in the printing press to ensure that adjacent colors in the image are correctly aligned. The printer applies ink to each screen, then uses pressure to squeeze the ink through the screen's open mesh areas and onto the shirt.

Finally, after all of the colors are printed, the shirt is placed in a drying chamber at around 380 degrees fahrenheit for roughly 40 seconds to cure the screen print ink. Once cooled, the shirt is ready to wear!

If you just can't get enough, have a look at this informative video!
Watch: The Basics of Screen Printing
  Embroidery is a lot like screen printing: It's also a great way to customize your apparel. Art is just as important and it has several similar steps. If you need hats or raised lettering, this is a great way to go. Click here for a quote!  
  Heat Press & Transfers:  
  Heat Press & Transfers are a great alternative to traditional screen printing in that they can be used on more finicky materials, such as jerseys, some foam hats, bags and more. They can be full color as well, so that works out for folks with many colors in their designs. The minimum quantity is only 16 so they can be a good alternative for smaller orders. Cut vinyl is also an option that is applied with heat. It's primary use is for names and numbers on the backs of jerseys.  
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