Degreaser - Universal Mesh Preparation

Universal Mesh Prep is a mildly acidic light brown thickened liquid. All the components are considered to be non-hazardous when used according to the instruction for the stated applications.

Applications
The product is sold strictly for use in the screen printing industry, as a thickened liquid for degreasing and improving the wetting characteristics of all meshes. It is especially recommended for use with all capillary stencil.

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$108.78
5L

GJS Code: 231035

Manuf. Code: ATUMP05

Unit Weight: 5.3kg

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Degreaser - Universal Mesh Preparation

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