Care Instructions

Apparel - Tees, Hoodies, Jackets, Jumpers etc
  • Cold Wash Inside Out with Mild Detergent
  • Line Dry Inside Out
  • Do Not Tumble Dry
  • Do Not Soak, Spot Treatment Only
  • Do Not Iron Directly Over Design, Iron on Reverse Side
Printed Ceramic Mugs
  • Microwave Safe
  • Top Rack Dishwasher Safe
  • If washing by hand, avoid abrasive scrubbers. Just warm soapy water and a soft sponge or cloth is enough.
Stainless Steel Tumblers & Drink Bottles
  • Not Microwave Safe
  • Not Dishwasher Safe
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Warm Soapy Water
  • Avoid Abrasive Scrubbers
Vinyl Embellished Ceramics, Glassware & Bottles
  • Not Microwave Safe
  • Not Dishwasher Safe
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Warm Soapy Water
  • Avoid Abrasive Scrubbers
Car Signage

Please allow atleast 72 hours for the adhesive to cure before washing your vehicle for the first time after your signage application, this ensures that the adhesive has gotten a good bond with the surface and has been allowed to cure.

It is recommended that you use only cold or warm soapy water & a soft sponge or cloth or just plain water on the surfaces where the vinyl signage has been applied.

Polishes, certain cleaning fluids and other abrasive cleaning products or tools may weaken the adhesive over time, causing your signage to fade or peel.

To remove any built up dirt from around individual lettering you can gently wipe over with a soft damp microfibre cloth.

Vinyl Decals & Labels Applied to Washable Hard Surfaces
  • Not Microwave Safe
  • Not Dishwasher Safe
  • Hand Wash Only
  • Warm Soapy Water
  • Avoid Abrasive Scrubbers
Personalised Doormats
  • Gentle Vacuum or Shake Weekly/Monthly to Remove Loose Fibres
  • Bring inside or keep under cover during heavy rain or flooding to avoid damage to your mat.
FAQ
My mat is shedding, is this normal?

It is normal for the natural coconut fibres in your doormat to shed quite a bit at first, while you “break it in” I recommend giving it a shake or a quick gentle vacuum every week or so to loosen excess fibres & debris.

Over time your doormat will shed much less and will only need shaking or vacuuming every month or so.

My mat got wet and the fibres changed colour, is that normal?

Yes, when wet the coir (coconut husk) fibres can change colour as they absorb & hold onto the water.

If my mat gets wet & changes colour, what do I do?

It’s ok for your mat to get a little wet, however the colour of the coconut fibres darken when wet. If your mat becomes soaked and the fibres have darkened, lay your mat flat across your clothesline lines in the sun to allow fibres to dry out.