Care Guide

Dish Towels

These towels are a custom designed. Designs are sublimation heat transferred vinyl onto 100% cotton flour sack kitchen towels, which ensures crisp lines and no fading of the design. Unlike other towels, flour sack towels actually should be washed before use. These towels are meant to be decorative, but stand up perfectly to everyday use.

Washing Instructions:

Machines Wash on Low

Do not use Fabric Softener

Do not use Bleach

Tumble dry on low

Do not iron over design


Reyes Pipones/Ceramic

Clean carefully with a damp or dry cloth.  Do no use detergents.


Wine Bottle Bags

We recommend hand Wash


Coffee Mugs

Microwave and Dishwasher Safe



Design are sublimation heat transfer vinyl (HTV). Let’s talk about some easy things to keep in mind to make sure your garments are well taken care of and last a lifetime.

Don't dry clean

You should never dry clean garments decorated with HTV. The dry cleaning process has a lot of chemicals and high temperatures that will damage your heat transfer vinyl.

Wash and dry inside out

This step is recommended for not only the intial wash, but also every wash / dry cycle after that. When washing and drying clothes, they rub against each other and can cause irritation or abrasion of the HTV. If you wash the garments inside out, there is an extra layer of protection between your vinyl and the other clothing in the laundry.

Choose cold or warm water for washing

When washing clothing decorated with HTV, you should never use temperatures that exceed 178 F. If the temperature of the water is too high, it can weaken the adhesive of the vinyl, causing it to peel or crack with time. We recommend washing in cold or warm water.

Use mild detergent

Any detergent that has special additives to "whiten", "fight stains", or "brighten colors" is going to be too harsh for your HTV. Also, “green” detergent is typically too corrosive for heat transfer vinyl.

Dry on low or hang dry

Hang dry is the best way to dry HTV decorated garments, but it is okay to tumble dry or use low heat. Just like with the washing process, you want to use minimal heat to protect your heat transfer vinyl. If you choose to hang dry your clothing, it will also help minimize wrinkles seen in the HTV after washing.

Don’t iron directly on it

Just like with washing and drying, ironing can be very high temperatures, so you want to avoid ironing the garment when possible. Ironing can cause the vinyl or adhesive to melt or burn. If you must iron the shirt, make sure you are using low heat and you have a cloth or towel between the iron and transfer.

No bleach or fabric softeners

Just like with detergent, fabric softeners and bleach can be very damaging to your vinyl design. We suggest NEVER using bleach or fabric softeners on your decorated garments, to ensure your transfer lasts.