Canfield 60/40 Solder - 1 Lb.

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Product Features

  • 60/40 blend stays in a liquid stage longer, giving you more time to produce smooth solder seams
  • Lower melting temperature than 50/50 solder
  • Ideal for beginners and experienced crafters
  • Convenient 1 lb spool

Product Description

Glass artists need a very specific mix of alloys in their solder to get a smooth and clean bead on their work. Anything else is difficult and sometimes impossible to work with. 60/40 stays in a liquid stage longer, giving you more time to produce smooth solder seams. It also melts at a lower temperature than 50/50 and is popular among beginners as well as experienced crafters. Convenient 1 lb. spools.

60% TIN / 40% LEAD STAINED GLASS SOLDER: For use on copper foil seams and lead came seams. Offers superior flow over 50/50 with more flow per inch than 50/50. Melting temperature: 361° - 376°F.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Best solder out there
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Pros : Goes on smooth. Easy to work with.
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Other Thoughts : Wouldn't get anything else.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   great value
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Pros : I think the price of this solder is great! Far better, even with shipping, than I can buy locally. Flowed well, too!
Cons : Didn't really find anything to "con" about. LOL
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  •   Canfield 60/40
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Pros : Flows nice and smooth. I've tried other brands and not as pleased with my results.
Cons : Expensive but worth it!
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