CJ's Flux Remover - 16 Oz

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$11.95 USD
Item# 5514
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  • Thoroughly removes greasy mess and residues from all types of flux and solder
  • Prevents oxidation crust from improper cleaning
  • Allows copper patina to produce a bright shiny finish
  • Makes clean-up quick and easy
  • Biodegradable
  • Evironmentally safe


Product Description

Remove oily flux after soldering and you'll prevent discoloring and oxidation that may occur with time. Just squeeze on flux remover, wipe with a damp sponge, rinse, and dry thoroughly. Flux remover is absolutely safe to use: non-toxic, non-abrasive, non-flammable and water soluble. You'll find your patinas turn out more uniform when you use CJ's.

Directions:
Shake before using. Apply CJ's directly to finished piece immediately after soldering. Scrub entire piece (glass, lead, solder joints) with soft brush and warm water, then rinse clean. If using a patina, apply now and rinse again.

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Pros : For 14 years I've washed my glass with Dawn and baking soda. This is SO much easier. From now on this is the only way I'll clean my flux.
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Pros : works very well for removing the flux
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Pros : I don't know what I did before I tried this product. My projects finish nicer and my patinas seem to work better after using CJ's. I highly recommend its use as a flux remover it is great.
Cons : It would be nice if it came with a applicator brush, but I can keep using toothbrush...
Other Thoughts : Very satisfied with this product.
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