FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q) WHERE CAN I PURCHASE TULTEX WHOLESALE?
A) Tultex is available exclusively from TSC Apparel. For more information please visit their website or call them at 800.289.5400.
Q) HOW CAN I SET UP A WHOLESALE TULTEX ACCOUNT?
A) Since TSC Apparel is the exclusive distributor of Tultex, the only way to purchase Tultex at a wholesale price is through TSC Apparel. Click here to set up an account with TSC.
Q) WHERE CAN I PURCHASE TULTEX AS A CONSUMER?
A) Tultex can be purchased and decorated from many decorators around the country. Contact your local screen printer or embroiderer for information and to request Tultex for your decorated order.
Q) WHERE CAN I GET A TULTEX CATALOG?
A) Tultex offers marketing materials such as brochures, swatch cards, hang tags and other great tools that can be sent to you or easily downloaded from our marketing tools page.
Q) DOES TULTEX PROVIDE SCREEN PRINTING?
A) Tultex does not do any sort of embellishments or screen printing. Tultex is only a provider of blank garments to apparel decorators and distributors.
Q) WHAT DOES RING-SPUN COTTON MEAN?
A) Ring-spun cotton is made by spinning together long cotton fibers in uniform strands, creating a stronger, softer, higher quality yarn than traditional open-ended cotton. Tultex uses only U.S. grown ring-spun cotton in its cotton products.
Q) WHAT DOES IT MEAN IF A BLEND IS POLY-RICH?
A) Poly-rich refers to fabric that contains more polyester than cotton. This not only means the garment will have a super soft hand, but also that it is a great product for sublimation printing.
Q) ARE TULTEX PRODUCTS DISCHARGEABLE?
A) The Tultex Fine Jersey cotton and fleece styles are all great for dischargeable printing; 202, 213, 235, 105, 214, 216, 331, and 320. Please note that variations in the fabric content may produce different results, as polyester and cotton react differently to chemical processes. Other factors like fabric color, mechanical equipment, procedures, environmental conditions, temperature settings and chemicals used may affect results as well. We advise that you sample the process, document the procedures and follow the guidelines of the chemical manufacturers at all times.