Soldering Supplies & Tools
Standard sodium bisulfate compound is mixed with warm water to make economical solution. Works best at 125 F (52 C).
Dry granular acid compound specially made for pickling and the cleaning and removing of surface oxidation and scale from copper and silver. Non-flammable and non-explosive.
Self-pickling, hard-soldering flux. For hard soldering on gold, silver, or platinum. Coat piece with this mixture of boric acid and denatured alcohol.
Prepared borax for making flux for soldering jewellery. Dissolves easily when rubbed on borax slate. Comes in 4 oz. cone.
For use in low temperature brazing and silver soldering ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Begins to dissolve oxides at 800º F (427º C) and is fluid-active between 1100º and 1600º F (593º and 871º C). Contains no flouride.
A liquid hard soldering flux for metals which melt under 2000°F (1093°C)
A liquid hard soldering flux that prevents the formation of firecoat and firescale during soldering.
Protects any surface from flame damage heat transfer during ~ fabrication and repair procedures (precious stones, previously soldered ~ joints, and enameling) Not necessary to remove stone before soldering. ~ Prevents oxidation and is odorless and non-toxic.. Water soluble.
Protects against heat while soldering. Lets you solder without removing stones (except opal, turquoise, emerald and other sensitive stones). Thick gel stays where you place it. So easy to use, it's also nontoxic and odorless.
Made of Silquar, a unique ceramic material which forms a protective blanket around any stone or jewel while adjacent metal parts are being soldered or heated. Resists temperatures up to 2000ºF (1093ºC), odorless, non-toxic and easy to use. Comes in 2 oz. (57 g) jar, good for hundreds of jobs, because it`s reusable.