Kwik-Clean Flux Cleaner - 16 Oz

$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 : Multi-Clean .. Cleans well.. maybe to well.
Cons : OK I'm an advanced novice. That being said.. I used this product on a very large project that was partially soldered. I was pulled away..(I hate when that happens!) When I returned to finish soldering the next day... I had a DEVIL of a time getting the same consistency and quality. This product worked so well.. it would not accept the solder.. lumps, bumps and bubbles. ACCKKK.... Checked everything, flux, solder, iron. I finally figured it out and wiped the project down well with plain warm water, reapplied flux and let it sit for 30 minutes or so. Wiped that flux off and reapplied new flux and was able to complete the project. It still did not accept the solder as well and smoothly as never cleaned with the product .. but acceptable.
Other Thoughts : BEWARE.. this product works VERY well. Apply carefully.
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  •   A necessity
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Pros : Due to the treated water in my area I cannot wash soldered pieces - the solder will soon discolour. Kwik-Clean has proven to solve this problem.
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