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Orders for goods that are in stock in our facility will ship out the same business day (provided the order is placed before 2:00pm EST). Orders for made-to-order or custom products/styles are subject to approval on a case-by-case basis.
Rush services are approved by our production scheduler on a case-by-case basis. Approval depends upon the quantity of goods being ordered, the service type being requested, and our current production schedule. Rush fees may apply.
For any in-stock styles/colorways, there are no minimum requirements! For any made-to-order or custom items, there are no minimum requirements but the more you order the lower the cost.
We do not offer free shipping. Although we can ship via either UPS or FedEx using the customer’s own shipper number upon request.
Yes! Please note that customers are responsible for all duties & taxes associated with international shipments.
Most of our short sleeve tie-dye styles are dyed on the Gildan 5000 tee or the Hanes equivalent, which comes with a Dyenomite tear-away tag.
While all our apparel is tied and dyed in the U.S.A., the actual blank garments we use are produced in a variety of different countries. We have the ability to purchase specific blanks that are "Made in the U.S.A." should you desire those for your project. Prices vary depending on the source and supplier of the USA sourced product.
The largest size we STOCK in any style is 3XL. However, we can produce garments in sizes up to 7XL (depending upon the specific style requested).
During the tie-dye process, the garments go through a laundering process which causes them to shrink slightly. They tend to run roughly half a size smaller compared to a standard Gildan t-shirt. However, there should be no additional shrinkage in the wash afterwards.
Although we use fiber reactive dyes, slight bleeding does naturally occur with some of our apparel. We launder our dyed apparel before its ready for sale, which removes most of the excess dye from the garments. However, we still recommended that tie-dyed garments be washed by themselves (or with items of like colors) the first few times upon receiving them to prevent any contamination. As a rule of thumb, treat a purchased tie-dyed garment as you would a brightly-colored shirt or dark-wash pair of jeans from a retail store.
At Dyenomite, we strive to be a “one stop shop” for our customers! To assist with this, we do offer both screen printing and embroidery services. Both services add an additional 8-10 business days to the turn-around time. Additional fees apply.
“PFD” is an abbreviation of the words “prepared for dyeing.” This kind of apparel is void of optic whiteners and is naturally off-white in color. It is knitted and stitched with 100% cotton threads lacking wax or other coatings that prevents dye from binding with the fabric. PDF garments are typically oversized, as they are expected to shrink slightly during dyeing processes. The cost of PFD products is typically higher as compared to non-PFD products.
Fiber reactive dyes permanently seal chemical bonds between dye and fabric during the dyeing process. This results in a more permanent dye process, a longer color lifespan and reduced bleeding. Pigment dye is a stiffer dye that lies on top of the fabric. Pigment dye can produce very vibrant colors (neons) or more worn/vintage colors (earth tones) but can lose some of its vibrancy after a few washes. At Dyenomite, we offer both types of dyes to give our customers a variety of styles and colorways to choose from.
Garments must have a percentage of cotton (at least 50%) within their blend for the dye to adhere well (though there are exceptions to this rule). 100% cotton garments are always preferred and tend to provide the best results. The construction of the garment also affects our dye processes, as the shell (or outer layer) of the garment can sometimes be a different make-up than the lining (or inside layer). If we’ve never worked with the garment in question before, samples would be required upfront.