Happiness is a wet gun.

There are multiple tools integral to the performance and craft of screen printing: squeegees, scrapes, lots of tape, good ink. And most importantly, but oft overlooked, a strong powerwasher. Let me tell you that 1500 psi erases all the troubles and tribulations of the past. Water becomes the ultimate correction fluid. Of the deaths that occurred among the equipment two weeks ago, I was able to resuscitate and reclaim one of the damaged screens. This is great, because not only is the hardcore damage that was incurred fixable if I encounter it in the future (six times excessive exposure) but the new screens also look dandy as dried ink now dissipates like a fine mist.

And plenty of mist there is.

¶ 2008·02·20