Canfield Quik Set Solder - 1 Lb

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Product Features

  • Sets up quickly - ideal for decorative soldering
  • Ideal for beginners and experienced crafters
  • Convenient 1 lb spool

Product Description

An ideal solder for creating projects quickly and achieving decorative solder effects. Quick Set features a special additive to make solder set up quickly and beads instantly. This solder was developed for the stained glass production artist and hobbyist. QUIK-SET! makes a perfect bead with one pass of the iron, and the bead sets up instantly with a silvery shine. Melting temperature: 361° - 392°F. Convenient 1 lb. spool.

Project image from Soldering 101 DVD #6155D.

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Pros : Solidifies very fast
Cons : Solidifies very fast
Other Thoughts : This is perfect for adding texture to your projects
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  •   Great Solder
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Pros : Easy to do decorative solder with Cools quickly so it doesnt run through to the other side
Cons : None. Canfield is excellent solder.
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