There are low-bleed plastisols available when printing on fabrics that contain polyester. But there is no such thing as a no-bleed ink. That said, you can make your life easier by adjusting your dryer temperature. Most screen printers run their dryers very hot and this goes unnoticed when printing on cotton. But, extra heat adds to dye migration (ink bleeding) issues. So, make sure your dryer is running hot enough to cure the plastisol, but no higher. That should help your problem substantially.
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