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Chaz
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« on: September 06, 2011, 01:28:36 am »

Well, the picture has been looking funny (kinda dull) to me lately. We hade to change out the bungees and teathers so I said, lets clean it while were at it! BOY WAS SHE DIRTY!!!! I thought it was white but boy was I wrong.

Its a OAC 50 foot screen with the vinyl front only projection surface.

My question is, I used Simple Green/water 20/80 mix. It came out awesome but took time! Is this safe to use and is their something faster?


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« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2011, 09:48:24 am »

Simple green "should" be safe, though its not the best at dirt removal and the manufacturer of the surface may consider it a harsh chemical.  Typically a mild detergent and a soft bristle brush are recommended with an ideal detergent being a laundry detergent.

I know my screen surfaces are made by Harkness, check who made yours and consult with them.
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