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    Default Home-made Reclaiming Solution?

    Howdy,
    Was just wondering if there is a house hold solutions that will work okay for reclaiming a screen. I can't get a regular recaliming solution to the house fast enough. Thanks for your help in advance!

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    bleach.

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    Lol

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    Just dont let it dry, wait 3 or 4 minutes and hit it with a pressure washer.

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    bleach will take longer than a reclaimer, but it does work. wear gloves and don't breathe in the fumes.

    seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Wilson View Post
    bleach will take longer than a reclaimer, but it does work.
    Does it work with every emulsion?

    Thanks,
    Oibaf

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    i've tried with ulano's emulsions, works fine, just don't let the bleach dry on the screen, and don't dilute it.
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    DO NOT LET BLEACH MIX WITH THE DEGREASER. IT WILL MAKE FUMEs THAT COULD MAKE YOU VERY SICK.

    That said, bleach works fine.

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    What did Andy say? I couldn't quite read it.

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    whatever, why spend all that time reclaiming THEN degreaseing when you could just do it all at once.

    toss some kerosene on it too.
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