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Asked Questions
  1. Q1: Can I have a sample for testing?
    A: Yes, you can, but you need to pay.
  2. Q2: Can I add my logo on the clothing?
    A: Yes, OEM and ODM are available.
  3. Q3: Do you have inspection procedures for the products?
    A: 100% self-inspection before packing.
  4. Q4: Can I have a visit to your factory before the order?
    A: Sure, your visit is welcome at any time.
  5. Q5: How can I get after-service?
    A: We assure 2 years warranty. During this period, If any product quality issues occur, spare parts will be sent for free. But we have to charge if the problem is caused by man-made factors.

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