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    Default hard to wash screens

    After letting my screens sit with emulsion for a month (thought I was going to use them again), I decided to clean them today. I'm using ER/80 Screen Wash but having trouble getting all of the emulsion to wash out, mainly around the edges. I'm doing wash-out in my tub with hand-held washer attached to shower-head. I guess a higher pressure washer would help. Any other suggestions? Thanks.

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    Yeah get a pressure washer. I had a screen that had dried up emulsion for over three weeks and I tried almost every remover available to me but I was using a garden hose to wash it off. Then I broke down and bought a pressure washer at Walmart. Anyway, the second I got home and hooked it up to the hose, it blew all the emulsion away. I didn't even put remover on it. It was only 100 bucks and the brand was Karcher...1.5 GPM I believe.

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    cool, thanks!

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    I've had to take a few stubborn screens to the self serve car wash and use the wand there to get emulsion out. A pressure washer isn't a viable option for me in an apartment and it works in a pinch.

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