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Clean Sheet Co. uses both UPS and the U.S. Postal Service for both domestic and international shipping. Current rates are $5.50 for deliveries inside the U.S., and $9.50 for overseas delivery. When ordering more than one item per order, you don't have to pay full shipping on each one. It's simply $1.50 (inside the U.S.) or $3.00 (everywhere else) for each additional item. For instance, if you order three shirts to be shipped to a U.S. address, you'll pay $5.50 for the first shirt and an additional $1.50 each for the other two (total shipping cost: $8.50).
Returns & Exchanges
If you have any reason to return and/or exchange a Clean Sheet Co. item, just send us email (email@example.com) and we'll make sure you have what you need.
Clean Sheet Co. t-shirts are generally made from 100% soft-spun cotton and are pre-shrunk to minimize shrinkage. (Some models may use unique fabric blends; we'll always list details in our product descriptions.) Our shirts are very soft and not too heavy, either. They have some room - they're not ultra-fitted or especially tapered. To give an idea, Mark is about 6'4" / 225 lbs. and a large (L) can be a bit snug. For a roomy, comfy feel, an extra-large (XL) isn't a bad idea.
Need a better idea of the fit? Try on an American Apparel Jersey T-Shirt (#2001) - that's the model we normally use (if not, we'll say so in the product description). Please keep in mind that shirts can vary by model and material, and in general, if you're in doubt, order a size up.
Starting in mid-2013, Clean Sheet Co. began referencing industry-standard garment care symbols on our apparel. These common symbols indicate how best to wash, dry, and care for our garments, including instructions about temperature, ironing, color care, bleaches and detergents. If you need to reference the care symbols you see on your Clean Sheet garment, you can use this guide.
Clean Sheet Co. is committed to sourcing products from manufacturers who respect workers and dignify the work that they do.
All of our items are designed, produced, and finished in the USA. We sometimes source fabric, sewn material, and other components from sources around the world that meet impeccable labor standards, and 100% of our fabric is produced in sweatshop-free conditions.
Any company who makes products or components we use must ensure that those whom they employ are of acceptable working age, are provided safe working conditions, and are treated and paid fairly. We research our sourcing decisions to make sure we've used partners who make socially responsible practices a core tenet of their business. To learn more about the individual relationships we have with socially-responsible companies, just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We often work with wholesalers and retail representatives. If you'd like to carry our items at retail, please get in touch: email@example.com.