I just mentioned Enviroline in a conversation with a customer. Haven't used them though.I use the eviroline products from Ryonet.....all enviroment safe.
I have only ever used the Enviroline range, right from the start. Have never had any problems with any of the chemicals doing their job and some of them smell pretty good!all the enviroline chemicals are drain and enviroment safe...they are "Natures Cleaner" .....all work just as good as the counterparts chemicals.....that arent enviromentally friendly.
Mine's a liquid, rather than paste. Means I can spray it on and it gets all over the mesh nicely after a little scrub with suitable brush.eviroline sounds good but Im in Australia and it might not be cost effective.
The only thing I found in Australia is called American Eagle haze remover HR1000
"A biodegradable , extremely low odour paste which will remove stains and be environmentally friendly"
any one know about this?
I learned the hard way to be VERY carefull with spray...LOL.Mine's a liquid, rather than paste. Means I can spray it on and it gets all over the mesh nicely after a little scrub with suitable brush.
The haze is from water based ink. (permaset)Excellent hint--some frame adhesives are better than others as far as chemical resistance goes.
Another question would be appropriate here--are you dealing with ink haze or emulsion haze?
And actually, the ages old standard caustic dehazer lye, or sodium hydroxide, is environmentally friendly and drain-safe--in fact, you use it for unclogging your drains.
If you're Norwegian, you use it for cooking fish--not that I recommend it.
(and FYI, if you want to try lutefisk, be forewarned that there are 'industrial' and 'food grade' versions of lye--choose appropriately)
I do nearly exclusively plastisol production, and what walk-away haze removers can do for ink ghosts pale in comparison to what you can do with a more effective ink degradent--ironically, this seems to be one of the major problems--people struggle to find an eco-friendly chemical, but then they need another chemical to clean up the mess the last one left.The haze is from water based ink. (permaset)