Best place for school polo t shirts?

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Posted 25th Nov
Which ones do you prefer or are they all the same? Tu, George, F&F?

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We get Tesco ones, they seem to wash well and keep their shape. Much better than the Asda or Aldi ones.
Danze198425/11/2019 07:34

We get Tesco ones, they seem to wash well and keep their shape. Much …We get Tesco ones, they seem to wash well and keep their shape. Much better than the Asda or Aldi ones.


Agree.

Next for shirts.
Tesco for Polo shirts.

Based on 8 years of trying!
Thank you! Do you use vanish to keep them white?!
I find tesco, asda and sainsburys are similar. I think currently tesco has a 25% off don't they
360finder25/11/2019 10:37

Agree.Next for shirts.Tesco for Polo shirts.Based on 8 years of trying!



Agree. Yes we use Vanish although some stains never come out of the polo shirts for my primary school aged children. Luckily it’s winter and they wear a jumper most of the time!
I get the kids ones whenever I see them on sale so they’ve had Tesco, Sainsbury, asda, marks and even John Lewis, Lidl and even Poundland ones, John Lewis were probably the best ones, they were quite thick and washed well, kept their shape, etc. Lidl were meh, and even Poundland weren’t too bad. For what they do with them I can’t really justify paying loads for them. But always washed with vanish and they look white for a while, even if they still have some stains, if that makes sense. I’m lucky though as we have a charity shop nearby that specialises in kids stuff inky and alway manage to find some in there, usually new, and the rest of their uniforms so never spend too much on kitting them out 😁
I used to get Sainsbury’s because the quality seemed a bit better, but in reality it doesn’t really matter where you get them from, the kids still trash them! So now I just get whichever are cheapest at the time and can’t say I’ve noticed much difference.
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