At 2 Teachers T-Shirts, we pride ourselves on designing custom artwork for all our customers. We also have finished designs that we can customize for you, your team, or organization. We call these designs, Personalize and Print.
Have you ever watched those home improvement shows and marveled at the color combinations they come up with? The designers seem to find colors that you would’ve never put together. In the end, the colors always compliment one another and you’re left wondering “why didn’t I think of that.” Go easy on yourself, selecting those perfect colors can be tough, whether you have no clue at all or a general idea, we're here to help!
Custom decals are a great way to show your pride in your team, business, or group! They go great on a car window, laptop cover, or water bottle.
Here’s how we make your new car decals great:
Our decals are made of a high quality vinyl and are printed with one or multiple Ultraviolet (UV) resistant ink colors.
After printing, we add an additional UV resistant clear coat to each decal to prevent sun damage and other wear from the elements.
With our high quality materials, your decals stay vibrant for years!
Here are some quick tips for how to apply your decals to your car:
Wipe the surface with window cleaner or rubbing alcohol to remove any dirt or dust.
Peel away the back of the decal to reveal its adhesive side.
Apply your decal slowly while smoothing it from the center of the decal out to the edges.
If you'd like to order some custom decals you can Contact Us here!
Let’s talk about thermofilm! Thermofilm is an option that we offer for our garments here at 2 Teachers T-shirts, but not many people know exactly what it is. Let us explain!
Thermofilm is one of many types of heat transfer vinyls. The reason we offer it here at 2 Teachers T-shirts is simply that it is the best kind; it works the best and it lasts the longest.
Here’s an extra way to really make your gear stand out. Underbasing! If your order includes dark-colored garments, some ink may not show up as well as they would on light-colored garments. Underbasing eliminates this problem.