Garment Care & Printing


Fuse Clothing takes pride in all it sells and how our products are produced. Although we want to do ridiculous hours to make our customers happy, that doesn’t mean everyone else should. That’s why all our t-shirts are printed inside the UK and abide by the Fair Wear Foundation principles. We have even found that our products have improved by working like this. You should definitely believe us when we say no stone has been unturned when searching for that perfect Fuse Clothing product.







Our t-shirts really are a joy to behold, made from 100% cotton, making them feel just as good as they look. The t-shirts are sourced from Fair Wear manufacturers, which means that not only do those involved get paid a fair wage, but labour conditions meet international standards. All this means that everyone wearing the Fuse Clothing brand have a clear conscience while wearing a very high quality item that would comfortably sit next to any of the high street names.




Printing Method


All of our garments are professionally printed by hand which means every single garment is unique. We use plastisol based inks, which maintains the integrity of the design wash after wash. We believe our printers are the best, that’s why we use them right? We were so keen to produce the very best that we spent time with the experienced team with god knows how many years combined experience to produce just the right finish.


From looking at different colours of inks to different pressures applied when hand-printing our t-shirts, with their help we really have it all covered!


Because we have chosen to use plastisol inks, the printed designs will last the life of the t-shirt. Not bad hey?! As long as you stick to our washing instructions and don’t iron on the print you will be fine!






Make sure you follow these simple rules to make sure your printed t-shirts will stay just as expected.


ALWAYS wash inside out.

Use a low temperature washing program only, not only for the tees but we like to do our bit for the environment too!
(we recommend 30 degrees Celsius maximum). 

Try not to tumble dry t-shirts as it could effect the print.