Eastwood Tinning Butter 1 lb Jar

    Item #31043 Brand: Eastwood

    Details

    Use Eastwood Tinning Butter for tinning sheet metal prior to applying body solder Tinning butter prepares the bare metal surface so that body solder has a good base to adhere to.
    • Easy to apply right from the jar
    • Just brush on and heat the metal
    • No mixing required
    • 1-lb. jar

    About Eastwood Tinning Butter 1 lb Jar

    This tinning butter flux is made of premium 50% tin powder that bonds to the metal when heated with an ordinary propane torch. Leaves a good base for additional body solder. 1-lb. jar.


    Safety

    Always use hand and eye protection. Work in a well-ventilated area. Never use power tools to shape lead. Always wash your hands and forearms as soon as you finish. Don't eat, drink or smoke after handling lead until after you've washed your hands, even if you wore gloves.


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    A necessary item when body soldering (Posted on 7/13/2014)
    Review by Steve
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    This is a good product and easy to use. I wish I could have bought a smaller jar but being a DIYer, I have a lifetime supply.
    SUPER PRODUCT (Posted on 12/25/2013)
    Review by Laverne
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    it's been a while since i have done any leading, ordered this tinning butter to give it a try. this is the greatest stuff ever. sure beats the old method of body soldering. GREAT PRODUCT !
    Makes tinning easy (Posted on 8/27/2013)
    Review by Brian
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    This lead bearing tinning butter works great. It must be applied to a very clean surface. Very very clean. Any contamination will cause blackened areas which need to be re-cleaned and tinned. I recommend using scotch-brite and naptha to scrub the area to be tinned until the heat effected area is shiny and not showing any black carbon contamination in the weld areas. The scotch-brite pads will also scrub out any flash rust. No tinning is going to be successful if there is any contamination of the metal. After scrubbing with scotch-brite and naptha, I take a clean rag and wipe the area down with naptha again. Fold the rag over to get a clean surface and repeat 4-6 times until the rag is not picking up anything. Brush on the tinning butter and hit it with a medium flame. Once it starts to turn orange and you can see the lead melting in it, swipe it with a rag. It should leave a silver surface. It should look completely coated, no black areas or burned spots.
    Cleaning is very important! This is a great product.
    tinbutter (Posted on 6/23/2013)
    Review by Nicholas
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    I'm new to the club...I work as an automotive mechanic for 21 years,but I have no previous experience with tinbutter.I got a piece of metal and now I'm practicing.It doesn't look "impossible" but it's not an easy thing to do.
    Works well (Posted on 5/4/2013)
    Review by Daniel
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    I tried to find this product in local stores, and could not. Once I had it, it worked very well.
    Very good product (Posted on 2/15/2013)
    Review by Tom-AZ
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    The best item to tin with when doing the old school body soldering...thanks for having it
    Good product if your into leading fender ect (Posted on 10/2/2009)
    Review by Bear
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    have used this product on several motorcycles and cars . Easy to use and beats the use of liquid acid for tinning and is much safer in my opinion.

    Bear Bryant

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