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    Cafepress.com

    Has anyone used CafePress.com? I was planning on using them to sell tshirts advertising my site, but I dont know what their quality is like. Any comments?

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    I have used them and the quality is pretty good. I've gotten coffee mugs (looked great), mousepads (not the best quality) and t-shirts (good quality), frisbess (awesome). Keep in mind a lot depends on the logo you upload. Order one item and see how it looks before you order a lot.
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    I've used them too and have found the quality to be very good. Just make sure that your graphics will print on things like the t-shirts. You need to be careful about background colors etc.

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    Zazzle.com is also pretty good, I hear. They have a different and more lasting dyeing process than CafePress. Plus, the prices are a bit lower.

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    Cafepress are fine... No (ahem) black shirts though. There are other options
    Sell Customised Merchandise on your site
    www.spreadshirt.co.uk

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    I've ordered a hooded sweatshirt from Cafepress and have seen lots of t-shirts at my band's concerts.

    From what I've seen, very good quality stuff.

    Tim David
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    Cafepress license plate & mousepad: http://www.dangrossman.info/logoaction.jpg

    They look better IRL than in the picture from my cell phone. It's been a long time since I had those made and the mousepads still hold up great.

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    I also have a mug that I purchased off of a CafePress store, and it turned all quite nice.

    I was also interested in using their t-shirts to advertise my website. I'm glad to hear that they're good quality.


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