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Speedball Diazo Photo Emulsion Kit
- Photo emulsion is best for creating detailed or photographic type stencils for screen printing.
- Speedball’s Diazo Photo Emulsion is a 2-step process where the photo emulsion needs to be “activated.” To activate, the photo emulsion, sensitizer needs to be added. The sensitizer is a very thick oil and needs water to create the right consistency for adding it to the photo emulsion. (The sensitizer bottle will feel unfilled, but don’t worry it is not empty!)
- No need for a light safe environment or darkroom! Mix photo emulsion under normal light conditions.
- Set contains 1 each of the following: 6.6oz (195ml) Diazo Photo Emulsion; 2.12g Diazo Sensitizer; 8oz (237ml) Diazo Photo Emulsion Remover and Instructions.
- Conforms to ASTM D-4236.
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I've moved on to buying this is bigger bulks but I highly recommend this if you're doing a few screens for just family or w.e. (10 or so) and or starting out.
The emulsion remover works great if you follow the instructions and apply it to a dry screen and don't add any water to the screen until it's had a chance to work. I had an issue once, but it was my fault that I had gotten the screen wet too soon. I use a small fingernail scrubber brush to work it into the screen and it removes the emulsion easily, even when I've left an image on a screen for over a year.