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7/32" Silver Lined Foil - 1.0 Mil

Price $9.95
Your Savings: - $2.00
Your Price: $7.95 USD   (21% Off)
Item# 425683
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Product Features

  • Easy to apply copper foil tape for stained glass art
  • Silver core to match solder color
  • Built-in dispenser keeps roll orderly
  • Standard 7/32" width good for most stained glass projects

Product Description

Studio Pro Silver Lined Copper Foil will attach securely to glass edges and corners to provide a smooth, uniform solder bead. Built-in plastic dispenser keeps rolls orderly. Standard 7/32" width and 1.0 millimeter thickness. 108 foot rolls.

When To Use:
Silver-lined copper foil has an internal silver core to match solder color. Use with clear, non-opalescent glass and mirror.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   fine
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Pros : this worked fine, was thick enough.
Cons : The heavy duty dispenser pack is a real waste of plastic. I'd rather pay less and have it in simple plastic bag like other foils.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Don't recommend
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Pros : Price
Cons : Bought this in bulk and then found out it was poor quality. It rips and wrinkles easily and doesn't stick well. Unfortunately if tried it too late to return it as it was passed their 30 day policy.
Other Thoughts : If I buy and new brand again I would try it right away so I'm not stuck with something I don't want!
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   made me very ill
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Cons : i prepared my glass with the foil, not aware it was the foil making me ill at my stomach, because my husband was cutting trees down, and smelled of gas. after changing my shirt, i finally smelled my pants, then realized it was the foil that smelled like gas. my husband also said it smelled like old gas. i stayed ill 3 days because of foiling with this product, and only used about 1/2 a package. will not use it again. not worth it! i know the more expensive does not have this effect. just wish i had realized it sooner. would have never thought the horrid smell was coming from the foil, though.
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