Xuong May Ao Bong Da Shares The Risks of Buying Cheap Football Shirts

Xuong May Ao Bong Da discloses some of the major risks associated with the cheap printing of the shirts. It explains how low-skilled craft can ruin the essence of the attire.

Hochiminh, Vietnam - February 18, 2020 / / —

Xuong May Ao Bong Da, a leading football clothing manufacturer, and retailer reveals the risks associated with buying unusually cheap shirts in the news section of its sites. Dealing in the industry for years, the company knows all in outs of cheap and low-quality football shirts. According to the company, the buyers need to understand and know the disadvantages of buying cheap shirts as many customers these days prefer printed shirts in the rage of saving a few bucks.

The company explains that cheap shirt printing can help save some money, but they may not last for a long as they are poor in quality, and the customers have to buy them again. However, the first risk is soccer jerseys printed in the wrong design and color. This is one of the major risks when the printed shirt and original color and design do not match with each other. The cheap printing handiwork cannot match the quality of the original, the symbols, the decals are not as precise, and the ink usually used is of poor quality, which fades away or starts peeling in a few washes. Moreover, the silk printing ink on the shirts gets contaminated with dark-colored fabrics, if the printers do not use anti-contamination ink, which is usually the case with cheap printing, and the customers end up losing the aurora of the outfit.

The cheap printing does not guarantee to meet the quality standards and expectations of the customers. It is almost impossible to find an extremely cheap shirt with accuracy.

Xuong May Ao Bong Da, a leading football clothing factory says, a logo represents an organization, group, club, or community, which should be kept intact. No alterations ever should be made with the logo by a printing company, as this is the most important part of the shirt. However, there have been cases where cheap companies have printed the wrong logos, or the logos do not match the original ones. Wrong or incorrect logos leave a major impact on the identity of the brand, also wearing that makes the customers uncomfortable. It is more difficult to print a detailed logo by the cheap printing houses as low-skilled workers do not pay attention to detailed work in the logo, which deteriorates the entire look of the outfit. Hence, the company does not recommend spending money on these surprisingly low-cost printing services, as these are not going to benefit in the long run.

Moreover, cheap printers are least bothered about the timely delivery of goods, as they have a lot of orders to fulfill. The lack of management and a plethora of work usually do not let the printers meet the timelines. Also, there have been many cases of delayed delivery due to printing mistakes done on big orders. Hence, the company advises the customers to check for the quality standards, production capacity, and ability to meet the deadlines, before handing a big project to these cheap houses.

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About the company:
Xuong May Ao Bong Da, is a leading name in the football clothing industry in Vietnam, serving in the field for several years. The company provides a wide range of football shirts, basketball shirts, and uniforms. It provides nationwide delivery and offers free design samples for all logos. The quality of their fabric and competitive prices have set them apart from the rest in the industry.

Contact Info:
Name: Olivia Jones
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Organization: Xuong May Ao Bong Da
Phone: +84 377053515
Website: https://xuongmayaobongda.com

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Release ID: 88947099

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