Novacan Black Patina For Lead And Solder - 8 Oz


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$13.95 USD
Item# 5511
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Product Features

  • Turns lead and solder a dark color
  • 8 oz. bottle

Product Description

Turns lead or solder to the same dark color that occurs naturally over time. Premixed and ready to use. Great Performance! 8 oz. bottle.

Rose bevel panel created by artist, Steen Gaut. This panel was created using bevel cluster, item# GST121C. Glass used: B4114F, SBRCLR, and B141230. Angel panel by artist Melanie Churchill. Created with Tiny Angels cluster #PH09. This item cannot be shipped air.

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  • 8 oz. bottle

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Pros : This is a wonderful patina product. It goes on easily and creates a lasting,smooth dark patina. It is a wonderful product. I have been using this brand for years because of its lasting quality.
Cons : Sometimes it make take two coats to get the darkest shade you want. Be sure your zinc and solder areas have been cleaned first.
Other Thoughts : This is the brand my father used for years, and I am continuing in his footsteps!
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  •   Great product
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Pros : New to stained glass and this worked great to turn the solder black immediately. Did not stain glass and is super easy to use.
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  •   Great patina
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Pros : Goes on smooth and gives nice, black patina
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