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Ulano #1 Enzyme - 1 lb

A safe enzymatic product especially formulated for thorough removal of gelatin-based indirect photostencils from all types of mesh with all Indirect Films except Ulanolux UP3. Odor free. -Remove ink completely with the proper solvent. -Let solvent dry. -If possible, soak the screen in hot water for several minutes. Run hot water over the printing side of the screen. Scrub the screen with a stiff nylon brush to remove as much emulsion as possible. Rinse with hot, running water. -Powder method: Sprinkle Enzyme No. 1 liberally on both sides of the screen and rub it in. Turn the screen stencil side up and cover the image area with a warm, wet rag. Let the screen stand for a few minutes. Scrub with a stiff nylon brush and then rinse with hot water. -Alternate tank method: Dissolve 40 grams (1½ ounces) of Enzyme No. 1 in 4 liters (1 gallon) of warm water. -Pour this solution into a tank or tray. Immerse the screen for fifteen to thirty minutes. Remove the screen and wash it with hot water. -Wipe the screen with white vinegar or 5% acetic acid solution to deactivate the Enzyme. -Rinse the screen thoroughly with tap water.
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A safe enzymatic product especially formulated for thorough removal of gelatin-based indirect photostencils from all types of mesh with all Indirect Films except Ulanolux UP3. Odor free.

 

-Remove ink completely with the proper solvent.
-Let solvent dry.
-If possible, soak the screen in hot water for several minutes. Run hot water over the printing side of the screen. Scrub the screen with a stiff nylon brush to remove as much emulsion as possible. Rinse with hot, running water.

 

-Powder method: Sprinkle Enzyme No. 1 liberally on both sides of the screen and rub it in. Turn the screen stencil side up and cover the image area with a warm, wet rag. Let the screen stand for a few minutes. Scrub with a stiff nylon brush and then rinse with hot water.
-Alternate tank method: Dissolve 40 grams (1½ ounces) of Enzyme No. 1 in 4 liters (1 gallon) of warm water.
-Pour this solution into a tank or tray. Immerse the screen for fifteen to thirty minutes. Remove the screen and wash it with hot water.
-Wipe the screen with white vinegar or 5% acetic acid solution to deactivate the Enzyme.
-Rinse the screen thoroughly with tap water.