Dehazers can be some of the most aggressive chemicals that you introduce to any of your frames- whether they be static, roller or Ryonet's solid-loc frame system. This can cause future issues with adhesives if the dehazers are too harsh or if the end user does not neutralize the chemical after the dehazer is used. For use with the Ryonet Solid-Loc frame system, it is best to avoid any of the "hot" chemicals with Esters, Napthas, and tones (Ketones, acetone, tulolene). Most dehazers will perform safely as long as they are used and rinsed quickly. In the reclaim process, it is sometimes thought that longer is better for allowing the chemicals to dwell on the screen- this is not so with dehazers. Dehazers LOVE to eat polyester and are very difficult to completely rinse off, especially at the thread knuckles throughout the mesh and especially near the edges of the frames, where the mesh panels lock in. What we suggest is to mix a 50/50 solution of white vinegar & water in a spray bottle and spray all over the mesh including the edges where it can congregate. This makes it squeaky clean (like you get when washing windows with it) but more importantly, the vinegar neutralizes the alkaline based dehazers (this has been confirmed by chemists).