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Not a Single T-Shirt Survived This Curing Misadventure

We warned the client, but he insisted on learning the hard way.




Not a Single T-Shirt Survived This Curing Misadventure

Things you wanted to say to frustrating clients, but didn’t.

Another customer insisted that he could use his Maytag dryer to cure shirts. We advised against it, but he said he’d tried it out before and it worked. All the shirts came out stained with ink from another shirt’s print and the ink cracked, under-cured.

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