Degreaser 260 iSC is a multi-purpose, concentrated citrus product that does the job of three products! This non-abrasive, water-based formula degreases new and used mesh and removes unwanted residue. As a nonflammable ink degrader, it emulsifies inks for easy water removal before reclaiming. Finally, it is a safe, non-caustic screen dehazer that will not deteriorate the mesh and will not burn skin or clothing. Freeze/thaw stable.
- Color: Straw/Light Yellow
- Viscosity: Low to Medium
- Pleasant orange scent
- Multifunctional: Degreaser + Ink Degrader + Dehazer
- Super concentrated surfactants and citrus solvents
- Emulsifies plastisol, UV, some solvent-based inks, and water-based inks for easy water removal
- Cleans squeegees, flood bars, frames...anywhere uncured ink is found
- Non-Flammable & non-caustic
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Bottom Line: This is an industrial strength product that's still user & environmentally friendly. Our employees have even found multiple uses for it around the house.
DEGREASING: After removing stencil with image mate Reclaimer 660, apply Degreaser 260 iSC to wet screen. Degreaser 260 iSC will cling to the screen. Using a clean nylon scrub pad or brush, spread Degreaser 260 iSC with light agitation in a circular motion. Work up lather on both sides of the screen. Degreaser 260 iSC may be left on screen to dwell while wet. Rinse with a garden hose.
INK DEGRADING: Remove excess ink from screen. Apply an amount of Degreaser 260 iSC to cover residual ink. Using dedicated nylon scrub pad or brush, agitate in a circular motion on both sides of the screen. Ink will immediately emulsify. Rinse with water.
DEHAZING: Apply Degreaser 260 iSC to open image areas. Scrub with dedicated nylon scrub pad or brush. If area has been stained for an extended time, allow Degreaser 260 iSC to penetrate for 2 to 5 minutes. Follow up with scrubbing: rinse with water. Pressure wash if necessary.
Do not use woven scrub pads when degreasing - those fibers get lodged in the mesh and ruin a perfectly coated screen. Instead, use a nylon bristle brush, it gets into the mesh openings better and lasts way longer!
It works very good