FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is your Returns Policy?
Frederick Kinski's Return Policy

When will I get my Order?
Every product has its shipping information in its product page. Most are delivered in 5-7 Days, and some may have production delays because of the World situation and can take from 8-14 days for delivery.
This will be updated frequently. [Last Updated: April 9, 2021 - 10:14pm] 

Who is Frederick Kinski?
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What is your mission?
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How is the quality of your products?
Each product we add to our catalog is thoroughly tested to ensure high quality. To make sure the products last long, we do durability, wash, and wear tests.
We offer a variety of garments, some from our W.R.A.P. certified supplier Bella + Canvas that also manufactures organic cotton t-shirts. We trust our suppliers to deliver high-quality products that'll last many washes, keeping the colors vibrant and elasticity great. On top of that, we conduct our own quality checks when launching every new product to ensure print quality and material durability.

What is Responsible production?
It means that most of the printers we use in production are energy-efficient: they use less electricity, water, and chemicals than standard industry printers.
The main printing method we use is DTG (direct-to-garment), a more sustainable choice over other apparel printing methods, like screen printing.

DTG works with inkjet technology: the water-based ink is sprayed onto the garment, helping the ink soak in better. DTG has no color count, and this printing method works well even for the most elaborate designs. For our paper prints, like framed posters, we use Epson ink that has a low environmental impact.

We dispose of our inks according to supplier guidelines to avoid harming the environment.

General sustainability statement
Sustainable fashion is the future! That's why Frederick Kinskiis taking steps to make sure we're part of the movement.
We only produce items we get an order for, avoiding textile waste from overproduction. Our printing partner's state-of-the-art printing tech creates almost no wastewaters and uses less energy.

Information about printing tech and materials
Some of our clothing is printed with the direct-to-garment (DTG) printing method. The printing tech we use is made with sustainability in mind, and our DTG printers use almost zero wastewater and less energy, lowering our carbon footprint