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Colman and Company add Sticky Flock to Rhinestone line
04
Dec '12
Colman and Company, a national apparel decorating supplier based in Tampa, FL announced that they have added Sticky Flock to their Rhinestone product line.
 
According to Michael Georgevich, Director of Operations for Colman and Company, Sticky Flock is a rhinestone template material that their customers will use to produce custom rhinestone templates for T-Shirts, rhinestone decals and stickers and even for use on textile handbags.
 
The key benefits to Sticky Flock are that it is almost infinitely reusable, so a customer can create hotfix rhinestone templates once and use them over and over again, and that makes it so economical.
 
For just a few bucks a customer can produce a template used for creating a rhinestone transfer. Take like the word “CHEER” for example. The customer can make multiple “CHEER” rhinestone transfers from this one template. Re-using the template will bring down the cost of t-shirt and/or decal production to a point that it makes an attractive business case.
 
The new agreement begins immediately and Colman and Company will be stocking Gray and Pink Sticky Flock rolls in 14.5”X 5 yard rolls and 12”X14” pieces. The sizes are designed to work with any 15” plotter cutter, like the Graphtec RoboPro the company recently announced it’s selling as well.
 
The company cited customer demand as their motivation for adding Sticky Flock as a product line. Michael Georgevich said that customers began asking that they carry the product late last year so they could add it to their orders of bulk Hotfix Rhinestones, Transfer Paper and Rhinestone Decal Material. The demand has been increasing steadily.
 
Colman and Company ships all products from their warehouse in Tampa, FL using UPS. Complimentary products include Hotfix Rhinestones, Graphtec RoboPro 15” Plotter, Transfer Tape and a variety of other accessory items for the production of Rhinestone Transfers.
 

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