Screen Cleaning Becomes Green Again™ with Eco-Friendly Screen Wash From Franmar Chemical

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Cleaning screens has never been easier or greener thanks to Franmar Chemical, Inc.® The cleaning industry leader has launched a new product, Green Again™ Screen Wash, which is made of upcycled vegetable oils, bottled using gravity and packaged with recycled materials. Screen printers from New England to California appreciate this powerful product that meets the even toughest environmental standards.

Green Again™ Screen Wash, which is made of upcycled vegetable oils, bottled using gravity and packaged with recycled materials.

Cleaning screens has never been easier or greener thanks to Franmar Chemical, Inc.®. The cleaning industry leader has launched a new product, Green Again™ Screen Wash, which is made of upcycled vegetable oils, bottled using gravity and packaged with recycled materials.

The product works effectively to clean screens without odor. Green Again Screen Wash is non-toxic, 100% biodegradable and has low VOC levels – only 2.7% (23.7 g/L). The product does not evaporate; it can be rinsed off with water without leaving any residue and is safe for drains. It meets even the toughest of environmental standards, including those established in California.    

Green Again Screen Wash utilizes vegetable oils that have been collected and renewed utilizing advanced filtration processes. The result is oil that is so pure it can be made into effective cleaning products that meet Franmar quality standards of excellence. This “upcycled” formula was designed with the environment and human health in mind, to help promote a safer workplace. It meets the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Design for the Environment (EPA-DfE) recognition for its safer chemistry standards.

Enviro-consumers can also appreciate that all Green Again Screen Wash bottles are made of recycled material and are filled by gravity versus electric methods. Once filled, the bottles are packaged and shipped in containers made wtih recycled materials.

General Manager Dan Brown said the Franmar research and development team focuses on the creation of products that are effective, economical and safe. He stated that the Green Again formula will enable Franmar to create an entire new family of products that work for the consumer and for the environment.

“Green Again Screen Wash is an effective and safe product that will have great appeal in the screen printing market.” said Dan Brown, General Manager. “This is one of the many innovative and eco-friendly products that Franmar plans to launch this coming year.”

Green Again Screen Wash is now available for purchase at distributors nationwide. The current average retail price is $31.95 per gallon and $144.95 per five gallons.

For more information about Green Again Screen Wash or other environmentally responsible products, visit Franmar online or contact Franmar Customer service at 1-800-538-5069.

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Franmar Chemical, Inc. ® is a leader in the cleaning industry. They develop effective, environmentally-friendly cleaning solutions which are both economical and safe. They are best known in the screen printing industry for the creation of BEAN-e-doo®, an innovative formula that enables printers to complete tasks without harmful odors or health risk.

Franmar now offers natural products that are effectively used across multiple industries, including decorative concrete, remodeling, restoration, road construction, asphalt, carpet and tile removal, building maintenance, automotive, marine/boating and hazardous waste removal (asbestos/lead).

For nearly 30 years, Franmar innovation has been managed by the husband and wife team of Frank and Marilyn Sliney. Throughout the company history, Franmar has worked closely with, and received research and development funds from, the United Soybean Board. Its farmer members participate in the soybean checkoff whereby they collectively invest a portion of their profits to fund soy research and promotion.

For more information about Franmar Chemical, call 1-800-538-5069, visit them online, join them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.

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