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From what I have read you can either use a water based ink (dries quickly and can clog the screen), dye sublimation (needs to be a high poly count shirt), discharge ink (must be outsourced), or Rutland chino base ink (only heard that it is a soft hand feel ink).

Personally I will be trying the Rutland chino base for a few shirts in next summers line.
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