Sgreen® Stuff, a two-for-one dehazer and degreaser chemical, removes ink haze, oils, and containments so the emulsion will better adhere to the screen. To get the most out of this chemical, you need to know how to use it. Here’s a guide.
Water-based printing has tons of benefits: a soft hand feel, decreased environmental impact, and easier cleanup. Printers can clean screens with just water. However, there’s a screen printing chemical that helps printers get every last drop of water-based ink out from their screens. Meet Sgreen® Aqua Wash.
Emulsion remover is essential for removing emulsion. While the name of the product is pretty self-explanatory, there are a couple of ways screen printers can use this product. Discover how to use Sgreen® Emulsion Remover in both a dunk tank and washout booth reclaim process.
Every screen print shop needs a dependable on-press cleaner. Whether it’s for cleaning up ink spills or completing color changes, a good cleaner is always handy to have around. Sometimes printers need to print one design in multiple different colors. How can that be accomplished without creating a new screen? It’s as simple as switching out the ink on the screen. Here’s how to get it done. WHAT IS A COLOR CHANGE? Say a customer wants 50 shirts, half with a white design on black shirts and half with a black design on white shirts. Rather than making two screens with the same design, simply do a color change. Print the white ink on black garments first, then clean out...
Sgreen® Supreme Wash is an on-press cleaner for plastisol ink. It utilizes the power of citrus to clean plastisol ink from screens before reclaim or storage. Want to learn more about this cleaner? Here are some best practices for using Sgreen® Supreme Wash.