Lead Came Finishing Kit

$54.95 USD
Item# 5012
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Product Features

  • All the supplies you need to finish your lead came project
  • Achieve professional results with quality supplies
  • Includes; black cement, whitting powder, scrub brush, fid and D-Lead hand soap
  • A Delphi Exclsuive Kit!


Product Description

exclusive Get all the supplies you need to finish your lead came project in one convenient kit!
Kit includes 1 lb of black cement, 1-1/2 lbs of Whiting Powder, scrub brush, fid, 5 pair of disposable gloves and D-Lead hand soap. Achieving professional results are easy with this Delphi exclusive kit!

Black cement will give your projects a lovely antiqued finish right away while securing glass and adding support to your leaded glass projects. Use Whiting Powder to help set up the putty. This also cleans up additional cement in one easy step. If you are left with any excess cement in hard to reach places, use the point of the hook on the fid to help. Its small size makes it indispensable in stained glass work. The included D-Lead hand soap is ideal for cleaning your hands when you're done.

Delphi Tip: Cut the scrub brush in half, allowing one half to be used strictly for cement and the other for whitting powder.
 

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Even the savviest glass artist will often find random bits of lead came around their studio. Some can be used in new glass art pieces but others are simply unusable. When you have unwanted scrap came, there comes a time when you’ve got to dispose of it. But lead is a heavy metal. Throwing it into your garbage can create a dangerous situation. In certain exposure levels, lead can be poisonous to people and animals too. Lead poisoning can lead to severe symptoms that damage the nervous system and even cause blood or brain disorders. If this sounds scary, that’s because it is. So many people throw old batteries and other items into their trash without a second thought. At Delphi Glass, we urge you to do the responsible thing for lead came scraps and dispose of them properly, not just for your health but also for the
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Id like to start working in lead came. I already have tools for copper foil, what else do I need? To work in lead came there are a few additional tools and supplies that will be needed or helpful. Start with a good basic instruction book or DVD.  Try checking out Stained Glass Basics if you prefer a book.  Some of it will be review, but it also has a good section on lead came and repairs.  Traditional Leaded Glass Windows or Get the Lead Out are two of the many DVDs available at Delphi. Both are informative and walk you through the process of building a lead came panel. Add a few basic tools to your workshop. The first is a pair of lead nippers or a lead knife, which are used to cut the came accurately for a good fit. A lead stretcher such as our Stanton Lead