Mold Release Agent is a functional material between the mold and the finished product. The release agent is chemically resistant and does not easily come into contact with the chemical composition of different resins, especially styrene and amine. The release agent also has a heat resistance and stress properties, and is not easy to decompose or wear; the release agent adheres to the mold, does not transfer to the part being machined, and does not interfere with painting or other secondary processing operations do. Due to the rapid development of injection molding, extrusion, calendering, molding, laminating, and other processes, the dosage of mold release agents has also increased greatly. It's cleaned up as follows:
1. The tiles with a small amount of mold release agent residues can be cleaned directly with a towel or a steel brush.
2. If there is a lot of mold release agent residue and it is difficult to clean, you need to wet and soak the back of the tile first. After the mold release agent absorbs water and becomes soft, brush it away with a steel ball, and finally rinse it with water.
3. The effect of using a special release agent cleaning liquid is also very significant.