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Since Fall and Winter is coming I'm thinking of printing on hoodies. I don't think I should print on the more expensive hoodies since its going to be cold out, I would rather get cheap heavy hanes or gildan hoodies and print 'em. What do you guys think? And what if I heat press them, do you think that you could feel the rubbery feeling through the fabric? Thanks a lot!
 

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Not sure what you are heat pressing that feels rubbery, but hoodies heat press fine if you set things up to get good even pressure on the transfers. Tee Pad It helps to get the print area clear of pocket seems. If you heat press good plastisol transfers, transfer paper, or good vinyl like Multicut from Jotopaper then you should have no problems.

As far as what kind to use, I normally use Port Authority with good response from my customers.
 
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