Greg Markus of RhinoTech offers yet another wildly entertaining and educational video on the fine art of ‘how-to expose/develop a screen’. This necessary part of screen printing can be a bit daunting, initially, for a beginner, a student, a hobbyist, so Greg has taken the time to demystify the process and walk the viewer through the basic steps. Products and equipment are also identified to ensure complete success! Thanks for watching and subscribing!
http://www.rhinotechinc.com; youtube.com/rhinotechcompany, facebook.com/rhinotech.
We’ve found HRG² 2400 Haze Remover that is biodegradable and environmentally-sensitive. It’s available in a liquid form and removes imbedded U.V., conventional and plastisol inks that remain on the screen following emulsion removal (haze/ghost images). It effectively lifts the haze and imbedded ink from the mesh, then emulsifies and dissolves the ink resins, binders, pigments, plasticizers, etc. The solution suspends resins so reattachment to the mesh surface is prohibited allowing for water-rinse removal. And it is an incomparable degreaser!