I'm hoping that somebody can help me out with this. We design t-shirts for children (which we sell to retail stores) and our screen printer prints them on customed dyed tees. Unfortunately, when the screen printing is finished, every single t-shirt has very visible platton marks on it and the only thing we can do is to wash every single shirt in cold water (this takes the marks out but is obviously very time consuming). Our printer has no solution to this problem.
Is anyone familiar with this problem? Does anyone know of a solution?
I would be extremely appreciative of any input.
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