DIY Pink Power! is a dehazer/degreaser designed to clean plastisol and water-based ink stains from screen printing screens. It removes oils and contaminants that can impede emulsion adhesion and cause pin holes. After emulsion has been removed, or before coating a screen with emulsion for the first time, put a little Pink Power! on a scrub brush and work it into both sides of the image area. Using pressurized water, spray the mesh on both sides to remove oils and ghost images.
Afford-a-Flash 16x16 Flash Dryer Features: 16 x 16 Radiant panel. Comes with stand with casters. 1575 watts of Power 10' Power Cord Made by BBC... View full product details
These 70 durometer squeegees are the most versatile and cost-effective we've found! They're great for printing plastisol and water-based inks.The sharp-cut polyurethane blade is glued... View full product details
The 20"x24" table top exposure/burning unit is built of extruded aluminum. Affordability is important in a start up screen shop, but don't let the price... View full product details