Greeneway™ (Multipurpose Ink Remover)

  • $27.95

If you use a lot of inks and additives in your screen-printing business, you need Greeneway™ Multipurpose Ink Remover. Our versatile formula allows screen printers to clean any type of textile ink – with or without additives. Made with American-grown soybeans, it’s fast-acting, low-odor and safer than many traditional ink removers. 

  • Ideal for recycle tanks
  • Can be diluted with water up to 50 percent.*
  • One gallon cleans up to 240 screens


DIRECTIONS: Spray or pour a small amount onto screen. Scrub screen with Biggee™ scrub pad or nylon brush and repeat on back of screen image. Rinse both sides of screen with pressured water. *Note: Dilution is best suited to plastisol ink cleaning only. Test for effectiveness.


Clean your Screens in 4 Easy Steps!


What our customers say:

I really like using Franmar products, because they work well but also because they are one of the only companies in the industry to really promote environmental safety with their products. We have used Greeneway in our shop for a couple of years now and have no issues with its performance whatsoever. – Steven Foster, customer


Download SDS/TDS

Formula CAS.No. Function
Tripropylene Glycol Methyl Ester 25498-49-1 Solvent
Dipropylene Glycol Monobutyl Ester 29911-28-2 Solvent
Surfactant 68439-46-3 Rinsing Agent
Soy Methyl Ester 27784-80-9 Solvent



      Q:  What kinds of emulsions are recommended for use with Franmar cleaners?

      A:  Most emulsions will work with Franmar's line of cleaners.  Keep in mind that Franmar's environmentally-friendly cleaners require the use of water during the clean-up process, so having an emulsion with some water resistance is important.


      Q:  Franmar cleaners are softening my emulsion. Why?

      A:  One possible cause for this is that the emulsion is not fully cured.  Another possibility is that it's not actually the cleaner softening the emulsion, but the water that is used to rinse the screen.  The emulsion used needs to have some water resistance to it.