Repulsive Bose-Einstein condensates, where short-range interaction is included up to the third order by the interaction radius, demonstrate the existence of bright solitons in a narrow interval of parameters. These solitons are studied here for the boson-fermion mixture, where spin-1/2 fermions are considered in the regime of full-spin polarization. The influence of fermions on bosonic bright solitons via the boson-fermion interaction is considered up to the third order by the interaction radius. Fermions themselves are considered within the hydrodynamic model, which includes the kinetic pressure-evolution equation. The interactions between fermions are also considered. The first order by the interaction radius makes a zero contribution to the Euler equation and the kinetic pressure evolution equation for fermions, but the third order by the interaction radius provides nonzero contributions to both equations. The repulsive (attractive) boson-fermion interaction leads to bright (dark) fermionic solitons. © 2020 Astro Ltd.