In before the standard "Just wear it, phaggot noob". Some companies make super soft vintage T's that are new. Is there a good at-home process to break in standard (non-sf approved) printed T's without having to wear them ALL the time just to get it to a good point? (Think sports team shirts) I read an article in Maxim a while ago about this and I currently do the sandpaper over the printed areas to break down the thickness of the silk screen, but dont remember the rest (something about baking soda I think in the wash to soften the fabric??) Anyone have general tips on breaking cotton T's in faster to promote softness (specific washer/dryer temps, detergents, etc...).