RhinoTech Week #1 With RhinoClean Green Products

Don’t forget to check out RhinoTech’s complete line of environmentally safe and user friendly chemicals. These screen making chemicals, press wash and ink wash are suitable for all city water treatment plants and even septic systems with leach fields. Always makes sure to filter your solid particulates in any situation. California compliant.

RhinoClean™ GREEN²™ Degreaser DGG² 2200™

A biodegradable degreaser. Non-abrasive fabric treatment that acts like a wetting agent for use on all synthetic and wire screen mesh. Provides an even sheeting of water for complete uniform stencil adhesion. Improves film lamination and bonding of direct photo emulsions. Use before each stencil preparation. Can be used alone or mixed 1:4 with water.

RhinoClean™ GREEN²™ PWG² 122™Textile Press Wash

A press wash designed to work quickly on U.V. Solvent-Based and Plastisol Inks. A fast evaporating product that doesn’t leave any solvent residue on the screen. Ideal for efficient and expedient cleaning the screen during a press run. Has a higher flash point than lacquer thinner, alcohols, ketones, etc. Biodegradable, non-toxic and environmentally friendly.

Make sure to explore the entire RhinoTech listing  for great screen printing supplies and equipment. The 5% discount is good on all internet purchases when you use the Catspit511 code at checkout.

http://catspitproductionsllc.com/rhinotech.aspx

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