What size should I order?
Please see our size chart which has been designed to help you determine which size would be best to order. However, if your child is in between sizes we would recommend selecting the next size up. If you cannot decide between two different sizes, we would recommend selecting the larger of the two sizes.
What are the washing instructions for the T-shirts?
We want your T-shirt to stay “as good as new” and have care instructions designed to help achieve this. All our T-shirts come with the same washing instructions:
• Cold wash only,
• do not bleach,
• do not tumble dry, and
• do not iron print.
What is the quality of the T-shirt material?
Great quality, cotton and lycra blend. 95% cotton and 5% lycra.
How long does the Scratch ‘n’ Smell scent last?
Scratch ‘n’ Smell is created through the process of micro encapsulation. The desired scent is surrounded by micro-capsules that break upon scratching. Because of the micro-encapsulation, the aroma can be preserved for long periods of time. The scent can become a little weaker with regular washing.
How does Scratch ‘n’ Smell work?
Simply scratch the print and then smell the scent. You will not believe how real life and strong the scent is! The scent is captured using microcapsule technology that holds the scent longer than ever before.
Our essence has passed ASTM F.963 -96a – a non-toxic and safety stamp.
How does Colour Change work?
The heat from the body, hand or the environment makes the T-shirt change colour from one colour to another. Once cooled, the T-shirt changes back to the original colour. The T-shirt will change colour when it reaches a temperature over 29 degrees.
Leuco dyes are used which are organic, safe and hygienic.
The process used to produce our Colour Change range of T-shirts has been certified by an independent body.
How does Glow in the Dark work?
In simple terms, phosphorescence is a process in which energy absorbed by a substance is released relatively slowly in the form of light. This is in some cases the mechanism used for "glow-in-the-dark" materials which are "charged" by exposure to light.
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