HCH Logo Shirt (Heather Gray)
Harbor City Hemp Logo Shirt is a standard shirt for everyday wear. We love our brand, and we know you do too! This logo shirt is a perfect gift for men and women who share the same passion. Show your support for the legalization of hemp while elevating your style with the HCH logo shirt. Embrace the cannabis culture and show appreciation towards what we stand for by wearing our HCH logo shirt.
- 4.2 oz. 100% pre-shrunk combed ringspun cotton/poly jersey blend
- Tear-away neck label
- Super soft comfortable fabric
- Coverstitched collar and sleeves for durability
- Designed to have a vintage feel the very first time you wear it
What material is Harbor City Hemp's logo shirt made of?
Our logo shirt is made out of 100% preshrunk cotton. When a t-shirt says it is "preshrunk," it does not mean that the manufacturer washes each one. Instead, it means that the garment was made by a machine that either presses the fibers together tightly or makes them smaller. When it comes to 100% cotton, there are a few things you should know. Even if it has already been shrunk, that does not mean it will not shrink more. Moisture, heat, and movement are the three things that will further shrink your shirt.
How do I wash Harbor City Hemp's logo shirt?
Preshrunk shirts, like the HCH logo shirt, will resist shrinking. But it is still possible to see 1% to 5% of shrinkage. To prevent it, you should air dry the shirt instead of placing it in the dryer. When washed in hot water, a preshrunk shirt may shrink by 2% to 3%. It can further shrink by 20% when exposed to intense heat. Cotton clothes should be washed in cold water and dried in the open air as much as possible to prevent this from happening.
If your dryer does not have a tumble dry or air dry setting, turn your dryer's temperature dial to the "low heat" setting. If you cannot find that setting, you should use the "delicate" or "gentle" setting instead.
Can I iron Harbor City Hemp's logo shirt?
Yes! When ironing the shirt, it is better to use the steam setting on the iron. If you soak the clothes and lay them flat to dry, they might look stiffer. Because of this, getting the fabric back to the size it was before might be hard. While the fabric is still slightly damp to the touch, iron it over high heat. Use the steam and spray buttons when the situation calls for it.
Are double-stitched shirts better than single-stitched?
A double-stitched seam has an extra row of stitching added to it so that there are two rows of stitching on the wrong side of the fabric. The double-stitched seam is not only necessary to keep stretch knits from rolling and losing their shape, but it also helps keep them in place.
Another benefit of this simple seam is that it makes the seam stronger. Since the stretchy fabric will not fray, the seam can be cut to a shorter, more manageable length.