Wow, thats really good. I think I will check it out.
silk-screening filler remover/ cleaner
Greased Lightning, Fantastic, 409, nix~ powerwasher,
Mr.Clean, Laundry detergents, dish soaps, Cascade dishwasher Detergents/liquid, Lye Soap,
the problem is finding cleaner to dissolve and remove filler particles, without damaging or melting silkscreen,
if you have spare piece of screen test with filler used, and various cleaners,
heavier cleaners for bathroom scrub cleaning or nail polish remover may work, but those would also damage screen, hot water itself could help dissolve binding sections, check back side of screen for particles holding front particles on, also paint-brush cleaners or thinners and rubbing/ isopropyl ethyl alcohols, does depend on medium used for filler, and neutral cleaner that dissolves that medium, but not screen or tapes and wood glues for frame,
silk screen filler compound, drawing fluid, Speedball & clean-up