I’m planning on getting an ultrasonic cleaner and I’ve seen a lot of tests and advice online around using certain cleaning products instead of IPA. Unfortunately all the ones being recommended (Simple Green, Mean Green, Mr Clean, etc) seem to be US brands and I’m struggling to find any obvious UK equivalents.
Attempts listed below, mean green as is without dilution: 1) Mean green in tub 1, CW1 wash for 5 min. Take off minis from built plate and dunk rinse in tub 2 of water. Dry 10 min, cure 10 min. Minis came out shiny, creases showing what appears to be mix of resin and mean green residue cured. Definitely not what I was looking for. 2) Mean green in tub 1, CW1 wash for 5 min.
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Having researched it, the brown Dettol is a lot closer to what Simple Green is, so would probably work better, wouldn't it ¬_¬ Cleaning products aren't my speciality Edit: I found some brown Dettol in my grandparent's bathroom. So let's see if this works better... Edited by Rayden Kayne, 26 May 2006 - 05:46 PM.
I'm having a really hard time trying to find Mean Green alternative anywhere in Europe. I did buy all purpose cleaner (which Mean Green is supposed to be), but it seems like it's not doing much (I've tried it with ultrasonic bath). I've also seen people using Mr. Clean, which is called Meister Proper here in Germany.
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Mean Green is a great alternative to IPA which many people use to clean their resin prints successfully. It is a lot less harsh smelling and it does a pretty good job cleaning out resin. You can use this in an ultrasonic cleaner without issues. You can get yourself the Mean Green Super Strength All-Purpose Cleaner from Amazon for a pretty good price.