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Lincoln Electric

Model # SBSKPOP

Internet # 100672838

Solder Stay-Brite Kit with Flux

$14.20 /each

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Product Overview

A low melting, (430°F), tin-silver alloy in convenient kit form. Kit contains 1/2 oz. (3/64 in. Dia) wire and 1/2 oz. Stay Clean liquid flux. Excellent choice for all applications. Suitable for food contact, (NSF Standard 51). Meets ASTM B32.

  • Tin/silver alloy and flux in a convenient kit
  • Bonds most all metals except aluminum and magnesium
  • Excellent high-strength, high-ductility solder for all purposes
  • Listed with the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) for food contact applications

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
8.25 
Product Width (in.) 
5.25 

Details

Color Family 
Black 
Cordless/ Corded 
Cordless 
Flux required 
Yes 
Interchangeable Tip? 
No 
Power Source 
Not Powered 
Power Tool Product Type 
Soldering Irons & Accessories 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Solder included 
No 
Soldering Iron & Accessory Product Type 
Solder 
Station included 
No 
Tips Included 
No 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Wattage (watts) 

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Can you use this to solder brass to copper?

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For this application, I don't need a water tight seal. I just need a strong bond between a copper piece and a brass piece.

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July 22, 2015
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I used this to solder a stained glass joint and it worked fine. I believe it would solder together any metal, as long as you clean the area with some steel wool before applying the flux. It is lead - free which is not as strong. How well it would hold depends on the weight of what you are soldering.
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July 10, 2015
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Yes it can.
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Can this flux be used to replace my bad capacitors in my LCD tv?

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September 10, 2013
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October 29, 2013
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Only use rosin core solder and./or rosin flux when soldering electrical components. Acid core and/or acid based flux is for plumbing.
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October 3, 2013
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Hello Jimmy R and thank you for your question.
I spoke to the manufacturer of the Lincoln Electric Solder Stay-Brite Kit with Flux (Model # SBSKPOP and Internet # 100672838). I understand that it can only be used in your application as long as all of the flux residue can be removed; if you cannot completely remove the residue, this product should not be used.
Best wishes on your project.
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Can this soder be used for copper foil method stained glass?

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July 22, 2015
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I would not use this for stained glass work. The solder that comes with this is a very thin coil, while professional stained glass solder is 1/4" to 3/4" in thickness. I think you would have a hard time making a good bead with such a thin coil. I used this product to repair a joint on a leaded panel, and I think this would work great on repairs if one is in a pinch. I did stained glass for about four Read More
I would not use this for stained glass work. The solder that comes with this is a very thin coil, while professional stained glass solder is 1/4" to 3/4" in thickness. I think you would have a hard time making a good bead with such a thin coil. I used this product to repair a joint on a leaded panel, and I think this would work great on repairs if one is in a pinch. I did stained glass for about four years, and made some projects for my house such as a fireplace screen and small window panel, and a big panel for my bathroom, doing both copper foil and lead. With copper foil method, you need to make that nice even bead, and I just don't see how to do that with solder so thin. Read Less
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Yes, the SBSKPOP bonds to most all metals except aluminum and magnesium
and it is perfect for stained glass. We also recommend that you use the stay clean liquid flux as well that comes in this kit.
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My intention is to use this for soldering copper foil, but in a smaller application ~ silver jewelry. Would that work?

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I bought this to repair a stained glass and mirror art I made, but I used the lead method. I only n eeded a tiny amount to seal a joint. I will work for any soldering, but beware, it is very, very thin. That I think will make it impractical, unless your foil is super small.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solder Stay-Brite Kit with Flux Exactly what I was looking for. Easy to use. Nice and clean! February 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked great for a small stained glass repair First let me say I used this once. But it did a fine job and was easy to use.. I used to make stained glass panels but had to give it up because of the expense and the economy. I ended up selling the last of my excellent professional solder, and got rid of the flux, which goes bad after so much time. One of my wall panels broke recently when it fell, I only needed to solder one joint, so I didn't want to spent all the money on a pound of solder and flux. I saw this product on Home Depot and thought, for the price, let's give it a try. After cleaning the joint with steel wool, i put on the flux, and using my (very hot) soldering iron made the repair quickly. I am usually leery of solder that is lead free, because while safer it usually doesn't work as well as the leaded. Plus, the solder in this package is a very thin coil, totally different from the professional stained glass solder which comes in sizes of one quarter inch up to half inch. But still this worked and that's what matters. I recommend this for small stained glass repairs. Unfortunately I can't assess it for plumbing or anything else, but I think it would be fine. I ordered this online, and it was shipped to the store. It arrived in about a week. July 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works very well Product works as described, I used a 40w iron and it worked as it should. February 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by no corrosion this product is a relatively low temperature soft solder which means it can be used with a soldering iron or gun. Since the flux is an acid base it cannot be used for electriconic connections but for about everything else it is exquisite. I have used this for years and find that even after long periods of time there is little loss of the near mirror like finish and it is exceptionally strong when used to hold two metals together. May 28, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good solder This is a good, strong solder with some of the best flux I've ever used. The flux really cleans the metal well, which lets the solder flow for an excellent joint. I've used this brand for years in my restoration work. Top quality product. March 20, 2012
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