Glass Pro Flux - 4 Oz

$7.95 USD
Item# 5526GP
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Product Description

This liquid flux works well for all stained glass applications, including copper foil and leaded came. Water soluble. This item cannot be shipped air.

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Pros : This flux has worked well for me, and probably is better than most.
Cons : Like all fluxes, this is an acid product. Use a base solution (soap and Neutraclean mixed with water.) Wash your hands thoroughly after handling.)
Other Thoughts : I need to stock up on flux. I will buy a couple bottles of this flux.
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