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a couple of sure fire ways to get bleed like that is to push and pull stroke on the same print.. The print strokes need to go in the same direction for each shirt u print.. If you want to switch it up a bit, throw a test rag on the pallet and take a print with the opposite way u had just been printing. If it isnt too badly gunked up.. one test print should clean it up a bit.. another sure fire way to get that bleed is if you are not using any spray adhesive on your pallets to hold the shirts in place. Those shirts move.. bleed on the following prints for sure... also.. are you pre flooding the screen? if you are it is possible that you are smearing the ink thru the image and not flooding correctly.. If you do pre flood the screen, make sure it is off the shirt when doing so.. Make sure all shirt pallets are tight.. if they are loose, especially with the screen in the down position.. Loose pallets = bad registration and bleeding..

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