Sgreen Stripper Emulsion Remover - Quart
This product is concentrated.
1. Remove any ink residue, block-out, or tape, then flush the screen with water.
2. Apply SGREEN® EMULSION STRIPPER by spray, brush, or dip tank application. Use in concentrated form or dilute 1:3 ratio with water.
3. Allow SGREEN® EMULSION STRIPPER to penetrate the emulsion. Assist with a mesh-friendly scrub pad as needed. The recommended duration before rinsing is approximately 30 seconds. Thoroughly rinse screen with high-pressure water making sure to remove all emulsion and residue.
4. Do not allow SGREEN® EMULSION STRIPPER to dry on screen. Dried stripper will chemically lock the emulsion making it very difficult to reclaim the screen.
Store away from direct sunlight and heat. Do not freeze.
General Safety Precautions:
Keep out of reach of children. Mild acidic material. Do not take internally. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash thoroughly after handling. FIRST AID: Eyes: Flush for 15 minutes, seek medical attention if irritation persists.
Swallowed: Drink large quantities of water and get immediate medical attention.
Skin: Wash with soap and water, seek medical attention if irritation occurs.
FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY: Non-flammable. Degrades naturally in environment.
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Worked well for me.
Work like a charm. Just tested this stuff out today on a bunch of old screens I had laying around. I didn't dilute but in full concentrate it cut through dual cure in under a minute.
didn't work for me
by m -
was trying to use this to reclaim a screen coated with cryo coat emulsion but it didn't work. not sure if i just did something wrong or not, but i watched the video and followed all the instructions and even repeated the process allowing it soak in for longer, scrubbing the screen down, never letting it dry on the screen, and i couldn't get it to dissolve any of the emulsion at all. guess i need to go for the industrial strength stuff. waste of money.
by Craig -
This stuff's pretty weak. I followed the directions by diluting it and it still struggles to cut through Ryonet's Hybrid WBP emulsion. I even tried a non diluted form of it and it still took forever to reclaim screens.