Franmar D-Haze Haze Remover Gel
The same great ghost remover, only thicker, D-Haze Gel allows for greater control of where you put the product so it won't interfere with your tape if you don't want it to. You can put it on and let it work while you work on other projects. And it will remove the built-up super glue from aluminum and wood frames due to re-screening.
- Safe on mesh
- Clings to haze area
- Made with soy
- Gelled for greater control
- Can be left on overnight
- Promotes longer life of screens
Do not get Haze Remover Gel on the glued portion of the screen as it will remove glues and adhesives.
1. On a dry or slightly damp screen, spray or pour a minimal amount onto screen.
2. Scrub screen with a dedicated Biggee pad, or nylon brush.
3. Repeat on back of screen image. For tough to clean haze images, let sit for up to 2 minutes before cleaning.
4. Clean both sides of screen with a shop towel or pressured water.
Note: For best results, be sure to dehaze screens every time after reclaiming. Use a separate degreasing step after dehazing when working with high mesh counts (380 or more), halftones, and costly films.
Usage Tips from the Pros:
- Use each time immediately after emulsion or stencil removal so ghost/haze will not set in the screen.
- Great for removal of small areas of locked in emulsion.
- Use Franmar's Screen Degreaser to remove any residue.
- An hour or longer may be necessary for older haze/ghost images, but Haze Remover Gel will not weaken or damage mesh.