Sent some shirts to an outsourced printer and got a white rectangle around the prints.
When asked the printer he advised this is ". It is because of the squeegee's pressure when printing cross the screen, which is unavoidable. And I think it would be ok after a while, especially after washed. "
It is very common for the shirt to compress, with automatic printing the pressure will cause a slight pallet mark that does not damage the shirt. Black shirts,red shirts and navy will show them the most.
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