Let's talk about branded uniform aftercare! We take good care of your clothing in store and once it leaves our shop it's up to you to look after it. In every order, we provide you with a card with washing and aftercare instructions on it. We cannot express to you enough that you have to be careful when washing your branded clothing. Why you ask?Let's chat about it.The most common question we get at The Branding Hub is … How do I wash my branded uniform? Can I use the tumble dryer with the clothing? What temperature can I put my washing on?Here are a few important pointers to protect your print and embroidery. Print is a very delicate printing type. It's brilliant for printing whatever you want however when it comes to washing you have to be careful. We always recommend washing printed clothing on a very low wash. This is because it cracks easily especially big prints that have used lots of ink. We recommend washing on a 20-degree wash to protect the print. We also recommend turning your garment inside out when going to wash it, this avoids other garments damaging your print. You can wash it with other clothing like normal we would just recommend that you don't overfill your washer. The most important advice we can give you with washing printed clothing is DO NOT TUMBLE DRY!! We cannot express this enough because this is when more issues will occur like cracking and fading of the print. lastly the last bit of advice we can give to you is if you wish to iron your printed garments set your iron to the lowest hear and turn your garment inside out to protect the print or alternatively use de creaser sprays to get the creases out without damaging your print. All these instructions apply to embroidered garments too although embroidery isn't as delicate as print but its good to still wash delicately to protect your garment.Hope this little guide helps you out. We will always give our best advice to you so if you have any questions about washing your branded clothing please contact us and we will go through it with you.
Hey there, I'm Taryn and I'm the Production manager here at The Branding Hub. I am your go-to girl for all your printing needs, questions, and queries. I like to structure my day however depending on what jobs are on I have to be flexible.But what does my day usually look like?I get into work between 8-8:20 and when I get in, I settle in, grab a cup of tea and start my working day. The first thing I do is look at emails. I have a personal business email ([email protected]) and our general sales email ([email protected]) I will flick through the emails and reply to our customers. I also have a look at our social media to see if anyone has messaged and engage with customers. I have two desks at The Branding Hub one upstairs (where you'll see me most of the time) and one downstairs with my colleagues at our sister business The Local Marketing Team. I always have my trusty notepad with me wherever I am in the office, my notepad consists of a daily to-do list and things I want to get done that day. I also write down during the day things I need to remember and people I need to contact. My notepad just keeps me organized its also good to look back on if I need to. I write down when I've made an order to our suppliers and what we've ordered to keep up to date with everything. I check this in the morning and write down some extra bits that I want to get done. After this, I go upstairs and turn on all the machinery and complete the printing jobs I need to get done. I usually like to put on embroidery while printing as I have to wait for the embroidery machine, I find this a quicker way to work and get orders out quicker.My day always changes but throughout 8:30-5:30 I am answering emails, making calls, receiving calls, seeing customers that come into the office, taking payments, shipping out parcels to royal mail, sending out quotes and invoices, communicating with our graphic designer to get designs done for customers and mock-up's, writing a blog post every week, creating content for social media and posting out content, engaging with businesses the list goes on and on. We also have an exciting project happening that's been months in the making. Its taken a lot of meetings, decision making and alot of testing for this so its exciting to see it unfold. Its something we are very proud off however I cant reveal this till a later date.I end the day on my computer making sure I have caught up with everything that day and reply to customers and order some supplies. I write out my to do list for the next day and once every thing is turned off and done I head back home. That's my typical day although is changes everyday. I will always give you my best advice so contact us today and lets get the ball rolling to get your perfect branded workwear.
Sometimes deciding what clothing or brand you want can be overwhelming for your business. We can always help you with this but this is a little guide to help you decide.We have a couple of suppliers that we get our clothing from ranging from high-end to lower-range quality garments. Most pieces of clothing come with a size guide and a spec guide. A spec guide is a breakdown of the garment that includes a description, what fabric it is and the suggested decoration it should have. (what print method would work best with it) Some come with a washing guide as well however we have our own wash guide for print as print is very delicate. Most garments come in multiple colours. But the main popular colours we provide are Black, White, Grey, and Navy and sizes ranging from XS-6XL. The clothing we can supply you at The Branding Hub is T-Shirts, Hoodies, Sweatshirts, Polos, Zip Hoodies, Activewear, Aprons, Baby and Toddler Clothing, Bags, Base layers, Chef wear, Fleeces, Gillet's and bodywarmers, Golf wear, Hats, Caps, Beanies, Beauty wear, Towels, Jackets and coats, Joggers, Kids clothing, PPE, Safety wear, Shirts and Blouses, Soft shells, Shorts, vests and many more.Some garments are more suited to a particular print type. For garments like fleeces or towels anything that has texture fluff we always recommend embroidery as the print never lasts long and doesn't stick to this however really thin garments or polyester garments we prefer not to embroider as it can rip easier. We can give you advice on this when you order.We have different brands that range from low range, mid range to high range. Our lower range brand includes Fruit of the Loom or Gildan which is perfect for businesses in construction as they are cheaper to replace. Our Mid range brands are Stanley/Stella, Aquith and Fox, Anthem, AWDIS, Pro RTX. Our higher end brands include Regatta, New Era, Nimbus, Anthem, Kustom Kit, Under Armour, Nike, Russell and Result.Our go to brand is Anthem. Anthem is a mid-high range brand and our go to t-shirts that we recommend to most companies is an Anthem t-shirt. We recommend them as they are higher up in quality, 100% organic cotton and wont break the bank. We price our Anthem t-shirts for a left breast print or embroidery at £11.50. We recommend this t-shirt as its perfect for all businesses and great for custom print designs also.We are always here to help you. Phone or email us today and a member of our team will talk to you about ordering your garments.