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Kwik-Clean Flux Cleaner - 16 Oz

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$24.95 USD
Item# 63702
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Product Features

  • The perfect cleaner for all your stained glass projects
  • Easy to use - simply spray it on and gently wipe away
  • Ideal for large projects that won't fit in a sink
  • Cleans deep under lead and foil, eliminates white mold
  • Non-toxic, non-caustic and non-corrosive


Product Description

Kwik-Clean flux remover doesn't need mixing or diluting. Just spray on Kwik-Clean when you're done soldering, then use paper towel to clean project thoroughly.
Ideal for cleaning items that are too big to fit in a sink, like larger panels and lamps. 16 oz spray bottle. Refill available, see item #63700.

To use with patina: Use a paper towel to apply the patina. Mixing the Kwik-Clean with Patina gives added cleaning of the flux and a finer tone on the patina. After Patina is applied, clean again with Kwik-Clean. Polish as you normally would.

Cleaning lamp image from "Making Stained Glass Lamps" book #6163.

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Pros : This product simply dissolves flux. It works great. I use an old toothbrush to get into cracks and crevices. I like how it suds a little to show you it is working
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Other Thoughts : It would be great if somewhere along the line it would evolve to actually show you in color where the flux still remains.
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