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Eastwood Lead Free Solder is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! Easily met my expectations. Old -school method with new technology worked great on my project. I used a propane plumber's torch and had very little difficulty melting the solder; it flows like butter and spreads evenly with some practice. I found that preparation is important in order to obtain the best results. Clean bare metal, lots of soldering paste (flux), and plenty of heat are essential. Also, too much applied solder is not better because you'll have to spend more time removing the excess. As far as cost goes, if more of us used more of this solder, then, perhaps, the price would go down.
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from easy to use even for first timer I used this product to fill rust holes in lower front fenders on 69 scout. Several holes ranged in size from pea to a quarter in both fenders. After prep with "flux and solder" and using "soldering paste" on a paddle I cut out of a piece of walnut, product was very easy to use, Didnt take long to figure out the right amount of heat and how to spread and smooth out. Youtube videos helped alot also. Sanding and shaping was very easy using die grinder. Nice, hard, metal to metal repair. Is expensive tho.
Date published: 2014-02-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Banish Bondo, Solder is Superior This product works as advertised, requires a very short learning curve, does not compromise originality and forms a permanent bond which withstands the pulling, shaping and hammering required for precise fitment. It has greatly enhanced our goal to retain original metal whenever possible in the 66 E-type now undergoing full rotisserie restoration in our shop. Would recommend to amateur or pro alike. Works great with simple MAPP gas torch.
Date published: 2010-02-24
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What temperature does this solder melt at?  Can it be used under powder coat that must cure at 400-450F?

Asked by: 1956mga
This body solder is spreadable from 428-932 degreesF.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2016-11-14

Can you sand this material? or do you still need to use a file?

Asked by: Jakejd
You can sand or file this filler.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-02-02

Is this lead free solder compatible with leaded solder? In other words, can it be applied over the leaded solder?

Asked by: sabrown919
Lead free solder cannot be used with regular lead filler since they melt at two different temperatures.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-02-02
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Eastwood Lead Free Solder

Item #11460 Brand: Eastwood

Lead-free solder is stronger,
safer, than lead-based body solder

In stock

Only $62.99



Lead-Free Solder is stronger and safer to use than lead-based body solder.

  • Wide working range (over 500 degrees)
  • High-strength, easy formability
  • Clings even to vertical services
  • 4 bars, each 20" long, 1/4" in diameter

Eastwood's Lead-Free Solder is ideal for leveling and building up edges and style lines on horizontal and vertical surfaces.

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About Eastwood Lead Free Solder

The wide working range (500+ degreesF) makes this one of the easiest solders to apply. This special blend of tin, copper and zinc produces high strength, with easy formability. Can be applied with an oxy/acetylene or propane torch. Use over steel tinned with 11461 Eastwood Flux for Lead-Free Body Solder (sold separately).


Four 20"-long, 1/4"-diameter, Lead-Free Solder bars in a protective plastic sleeve (1 lb.)


11461 Eastwood Flux for Lead-Free Body Solder

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