Right now, since we are new and just getting on our feet we ship only to the continental US. If you want us to ship internationally, drop us a line at email@example.com and we will see what we can do. We want to try to keep the shipping costs down, but for right now we are shipping via USPS priority mail. This way you can get your stuff faster. And it will be trackable. If your stuff doesn’t arrive, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get the tracking number for your order. In the future we will be looking to offer the option to be able to ship cheaper via snail mail.
RETURNS & EXCHANGES
Let’s face it, why would you ever want to return your awesome order, but in the event that you do we want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase. Returns and exchanges can be done within 30 days of delivery so long as they haven’t been worn or washed before the first wearing. Original shipping charges are non-refundable. If we made a mistake, sent you the wrong size or item or the item arrived defective, email email@example.com and we’ll do what we can to make you happy. Mail your return to:
Limepickle Design Co.
507 E. Manoa Road
Havertown, PA 19083
To make it easy and trackable, we accept payments through PayPal. You can pay with either your own PayPal account or with your credit card through PayPal, if you don’t have an account. Simple.
We use many different kinds of shirts and apparel so they may not all fit the same. A note in the product description will advise on the fit of a certain garment. We use a mixture of water based discharge screen printing, and traditional plastisol screen printing, so long as you care for the garment as instructed these should hold up for many years. Please follow the care instructions. Turn inside out and wash in cold water. Do not bleach and do not iron the design/print. Drip dry or tumble dry low. Cotton will shrink if dried on high, and if that happens we are afraid it's tough luck. As our instructions say - be a bad ass not a dumb ass.
Our patches and appliqués have a heat seal iron-on backing. They’re great for fixing onto cotton garments, but if you try to iron them onto a performance garment there is the possibility the iron may melt the fabric. Don’t learn this the hard way. When applying, we recommend using a sheet of kraft paper between the iron and the patch and most of all being careful. We cannot be held liable for any dumb assery in applying patches to garments that ruins the garment.