Red 50/50s are notorious for bleeding. Unless it's a specialty shirt that can't be substituted with cotton, I'd strongly push the customer towards 100% cotton. If you HAVE to print 50/50, use a low-bleed ink and keep the temperature as low as possible while still reaching a cure temperature.
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