Mastercraft 50/50 Solder - 1 Lb.

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Product Features

  • Use 50/50 to create your base bead
  • The higher melting temperature prevents bleed through
  • Ideal for tinning and tack fusing larger projects
  • Convenient 1 lb spool


Product Description

50/50 Solder blend has a higher melting point than 60/40 solder, often utilized to create a base bead, it prevents "bleed through" to the back side of your project. Note: 60/40 is then used to create the final bead. Convenient 1 lb. spool.

50% TIN / 50% LEAD STAINED GLASS WIRE SOLDER: The ideal solder for copper foil seams and general purpose use. Melting temperature: 361° - 421°F.

Magnoilia Lamp by artist Claudio Calos from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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