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Plastisol tends to be a very soft print, but it's not quite 'in the shirt. You'll probably want to go with DTG Pritning or Dye sublimation if you want the print to really be a part of the shirt itself. You might consider seeing if you could get someone to send you out a sample shirt with a plastisol print to see for yourself how it looks and feels.
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