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Posted on Sat, 5 Feb 2005 at 8:48



Sometimes I cannot remove the Haze from some screens !!!
Should I repeat the haze application ??
Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for your time
Pierre

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Anonymous says: Your screens are under exposed. Add 30 seconds and try again. If it still occurs, add 30 seconds until it stops. If it gets to the point where it worked but it's hard to wash out the image, decrease 15 ...

Your screens are under exposed. Add 30 seconds and try again. If it still occurs, add 30 seconds until it stops. If it gets to the point where it worked but it's hard to wash out the image, decrease 15 seconds, and so on.

Do this until you get the correct time setting for the Mesh count and color of mesh (white or yellow) you are using.

Keep track of your exposure times.

posted on: Sat, 02/05/2005 - 10:52am
Anonymous says: Jerid : I do not expose my screens when I tried to reclaim them .I just use emulsion remover,then I use Haze remover and sometimes the haze is still there.I just work the haze remover with a sponge on ...

Jerid :
I do not expose my screens when I tried to reclaim them .I just use emulsion remover,then I use Haze remover and sometimes the haze is still there.I just work the haze remover with a sponge on both
side of the screen.
But sometimes I still have a haze.Are you saying that I should expose the screens I tried to reclaim , with haze remover on it ??
Thank you

Pierre

posted on: Sat, 02/05/2005 - 2:48pm
Anonymous says: I'm sorry, I misunderstood your initial question. Using haze remover is what you want to do. Most of the time, you can remove the ghosted image with the process you described. Some inks have a harder ...

I'm sorry, I misunderstood your initial question.

Using haze remover is what you want to do. Most of the time, you can remove the ghosted image with the process you described. Some inks have a harder time removing the haze or stain.

I've always had success with Bob's Haze Reducer and Degreaser at http://www.performancescreen.com/10pg11.html

Good luck.

posted on: Sat, 02/05/2005 - 2:58pm
Anonymous says: hi. i was wondering if you knew why the colour Black was represented by a 'k' when Magenta is represented by an M, Yellow by a Y, Cian by a C? posted on: Sun, 02/06/2005 - 10:10am
Anonymous says: no im afraid i dont posted on: Sun, 02/06/2005 - 10:11am
Anonymous says: I'm not 100% sure but I've always just believed that since Cyan was a Blue and using B for Black may confuse people. I know they use C for Cyan but when your new to this field everything's confusing. posted on: Mon, 02/07/2005 - 10:45am
Anonymous says: i found a great way to remove haze from screens without damaging the fabric but you need to use a pressure washer for the final stage. kiwo has the products, you can find them at a screen supply business ...

i found a great way to remove haze from screens without damaging the fabric but you need to use a pressure washer for the final stage. kiwo has the products, you can find them at a screen supply business or you can find a local distributer on line. i have used midwest sign supply. the first part is the haze remover. you scrub it onto the mesh, both sides and put the screen in front of a fan(fan turned on). try to use this in a well ventilated environment as it does have a bleach odor. ironicly at the point the solution dries, it also creates a haze on the screen. you want it completely dry. this step can be left alone as long as you wish. it will not damage your mesh. when you are ready for a clean screen, you apply the haze remover activator. apply to a dry brush and spread it on both sides of the screen allow ten or so minutes then remove using the pressure washer. your ghosts and haze will go away. roberto

posted on: Wed, 03/23/2005 - 4:10pm
Andymac says: the K stands for keyline. IN traditional separations, the black (keyline layer was laid out first, and the other colours followed. Man, I can't believe how old and dead and filled with spam these boards ...

the K stands for keyline. IN traditional separations, the black (keyline layer was laid out first, and the other colours followed. Man, I can't believe how old and dead and filled with spam these boards are.

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