Scrub Brush Replacement Pad
It's always best to replace the pad on your scrub brush about once a month, or whenever it starts getting funky or too thin. The better you take care of these, the less frequently you will have to replace them. We recommend rinsing off your pad thoroughly after each use, and to use designated scrub brushes for designated screen chemicals.
Choose Pad Color
Our scrub pads come in 3 colors: red, white, and blue. While the primary reason for the different colors is so you can easily keep track of which pad is for which chemical to avoid chemical cross-contamination, the three colors also have a slightly different texture or stiffness:
*Important: Scrub pads are designed for use in the reclaim process and are not recommended for simple color changes where preserving the emulsion stencil is desired. For color changes and cataloguing screens, try one of our on press cleaners.
- White pads are the softest and least abrasive.
- Red pads are a medium stiffness and the most popular.
- Blue pads are the stiffest and most abrasive.