High Quality T-shirt Printing

Printsome - When Only the Best Will Do!

High quality custom T-shirts delivered FAST to anywhere the UK!

Range & Quality

No job is impossible thanks to a full range of high quality printing techniques & garments

24 Hour Turnaround

Order today and get your shirts tomorrow. Delivered by Express Addison Lee courier service. Collection also available if you are around the corner.

Your Own Personal Printing Sherpa

Check this off your list in under 10 minutes and one of our expert account managers will do all of the hard work to make sure that you get what you need when you need it.

Simple Ordering Process

1) Pay online.

2) Approve your digital proof by email before printing to double-check everything is correct.

3) Automated updates when printing is done and when order is dispatched with courier tracking info.

3K+ Clients trust Printsome. You can too!

Good quality T-shirt printing: Get yours today!

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High quality T-Shirt printing is what Printsome does the best. This agency was born out of the idea that printing doesn’t need to be complicated. This is why we set out to create an efficient and straightforward system that, not only, allows you to reach your goals fast but also won’t compromise the quality of the final product. If high quality custom T-Shirts is what you are looking for, then you should have in mind that is going to be a bit more expensive than normal. Craftsmanship and good quality T-shirt printing cost money. That being said, just because a custom T-shirt is expensive it doesn’t necessarily mean that it is going to last longer. Sometimes the most expensive product in a shop is the brand’s name. Luckily, you’ve stumbled into our website. Just get in touch and one of our printing experts will get you on your way to some high quality T-shirt printing. Made in China does not necessarily mean low quality. High quality custom T-shirts made in other countries can compete with the best of the best in the UK. It all comes down to the weave. The tighter it is then the longer the garment will last. Unlike what most think, this doesn’t translate to a heavier T-shirt. It is the density of the fabric that changes; not its weight or thickness. When it comes to T-shirt printing, the more cotton the better. We usually recommend to our customers’ 100% cotton garment because prints simply look better on them. That being said, synthetic is not inherently bad. Technologies have advanced far enough that they can now produce man-made fabrics that look and feel almost like natural materials. The problem with blends is that they’re mixing materials that age differently. This is why over time these garments tend to look ‘misshapen.’ It is also worth mentioning that just because an item says it’s 100% cotton, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s high quality custom t-shirts, either. Manufacturers can use pure materials with low-grade fibres which aren’t very resistant. In order to make sure you’re buying good quality T-shirt printing, run the following tests. First: The easiest test is to simply touch. Good quality T-shirt printing will never feel like plasticky or boxy. If the fabric feels soft but firm at the same time, then chances are that it is a good quality material. Second: Most T-shirts don’t have a thread count on their labels, but they do indicate the material it is made of and if it has been mixed with something else. Third: Crumple a part of the garment in your hand and then release. If it maintains a lot of wrinkles then it is probably bad quality, if it doesn’t maintain any wrinkles at all then it is probably a synthetic material. Ideally, you’d be looking for something between the two. Fourth: Hold the garment against a light source and see how transparent it becomes. The more transparency, then the less density. Fifth: Stitches are the muscles of a garment; they’re what keeps everything together. Because manufacturers will always pay more attention to the outside of a T-shirt, the easiest way to tell if a stitch is done well or not is by turning it around. Is it even? Does it lie flat? Are there any loose threads? These are all signs of poor manufacturing. Also, check out how many stitches it has. The higher the count then the better because it means that more time was spent putting this top quality T-shirt printing together. If you’ve never paid attention to this kind of things, then a good place to start would be your wardrobe. Compare between different garments you have and try to relate to the brands. Sixth: Like stitches, hems are indicative of how much care was put when making the garment. When it comes to T-shirts, you should be paying particular attention to the collar, the sleeves and the lower hem.