STRIP•e•doo® (Emulsion Remover)
STRIP•e•doo® Emulsion Remover’s effective, eco-friendly formula has revolutionized the unpleasant process of screen cleaning! Our powerful emulsion remover breaks down the toughest of emulsions, capillary films and stencils – without weakening screen mesh. It’s ideal for reclaiming silkscreens. The built-in degreaser also changes color when no longer active, letting you know when it’s time for replacement.
- Non-toxic and biodegradable
- Affordable to use; one gallon cleans up to 120 screens
- NEW Packaging as of October 2022!
DIRECTIONS: Wet screen and pour or spray a small amount on to front side of screen. Scrub briefly with Biggee™ scrub pad and repeat on back side of screen. Let product work for 30 seconds or more and scrub both sides again. Rinse both sides of screen clean with pressurized water. Note: Do not allow product to dry.
Watch this short video to learn more about STRIP•e•doo!
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What our customers say:
“Works as advertised! I use water-based inks in a basement hobbyist shop, and this works way better than the Ecotex remover I had purchased before. The higher viscosity makes it easier to spread on a screen (using dish gloves), and my spray nozzle clears it out with house pressure. Will order again!” – Mr. K, Amazon customer
“Little to no odor, works great, only brand we use.” – BB, amazon customer
Q: STRIP•e•doo is taking off some of my emulsion, but not all of it. Is the emulsion remover bad?
A: If the emulsion is not coming off in the thicker areas (generally the sides where the scoop coater leaves thick edges), try using more STRIP•e•doo or more scrubbing. If the emulsion is not coming off in certain areas of the screen, a few different things may be occurring. First, STRIP•e•doo might be past its shelf life of 6 to 9 months. STRIP•e•doo will begin to turn a light to rusty brown color when it has reached its shelf life. Second, there may be an under-curing or over-curing problem with the emulsion. Test to make sure the emulsion is being properly exposed. Third, some "hot" solvents used in cleaning (paint thinners and mineral spirits, for example) can begin to lock in emulsion. Try switching to one of Franmar's friendly ink cleaners.