This self-pickling flux will not bubble or pop during heating. Works great on most jewelry applications from low temperatures to high temperatures. Use it for hard soldering and brazing or for easy solder applications. Use with gold, silver, nickel, brass, copper and other non-ferrous metals. this flux has a long shelf-life and will not crystallize in the bottle. It is not always red but is the same flux.
Contains ammonium chloride and boric acid. Temperature range: 1100°–1700°F (593°–927°C).
I have used this flux for several years. It works. I prefer it over Aqui-flux. It is cleaner. The fumes are not as bad.I do use pickle (just because I always have, I guess) but is supposed to rinse right off with plain water. It does a GOOD job of preventing fire scale. It works great on gold and silver. *** a further note is that the fumes from this flux will not take your head off either. :)
It takes a long time to use up liquid flux if you keep it covered. I use a spray bottle for most pieces, or a little jar to dip rings in. If I replace the lid each time I use it, the 1 oz jar will last me for months! If i leave it open, Um... not so long.
The spray bottle in the picture weighs more than I can mail USPS First Class - so I have decided on smaller bottles in a flat rate box.
If you need more, I will be happy to send a quart bottle but the shipping will be for a priority shipment on that many pounds or a Flat Rate box - so about $15 or $16 for s&h.
The picture is of the bottle I am using in the shop. I bought the spray bottle at a local department store in the beauty supply section. I will ship it in a bottle with a good solid lid instead of my spray bottle. :)
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