Vinyl can be solid, full color (printable), and has some specialty materials(opens in new tab) that are not achievable with any other process.
Vinyl is a great way to sample products that can not be printed through the Direct to Garment process.
Anything I should know?
Pressing vinyl over seams will most likely result in the vinyl tearing, breaking, or delaminating from the garment. We highly suggest you avoid doing so.
Some vinyls stretch more than others, and are more forgiving.
Washing garments with vinyl in hot water may distor the delaminate the graphic. vinyl that becomes wrinkled after washing and typically be hand-ironed back to be flat.
When ironing you must use parchment paper, otherwise the vinyl may melt into your iron, destroying your iron and the garment.