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Eastwood Tinning Butter 1 lb Jar is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use, 1st time lead work I used a copper pot scrubber ($1.85 /3 pack) to swipe the butter on & spread. Lead work was easy after watching the Eastwood videos. I didn't have a pro torch, got initial heat swirling 2 propane plumbers torches, then switched to 1 once the area started getting warm enough to melt the "buttah"
Date published: 2018-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must have item when doing lead work I run a professional Jeep restoration shop, www.classicjeeprestortions.com, we use Eastwood Tinning Butter in all of our leadwork on earlier Jeeps.
Date published: 2017-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great. Reminds me of Old Times I simply used a clean paper towel to wipe it on. I should purchase a copper mesh pad for this stuff, but then that needs to be cleaned constantly. Heated the area a second time and wiped with another clean paper towel. Then started laying on solder.
Date published: 2016-08-31
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Can I use this tinning butter for the lead-free solder? Or do I have to use the tin & flux?

Asked by: Jack
The Tin/Lead solder has better adhesion and is worked at lower temperatures (361°to 489°) than the Lead-free (428° to 932°). Also the lead-free solder is a little harder. Although they are both for surface prep and allow adhesion to steel, because of the temperature difference, the Tin/Lead uses the Tinning Butter while the Lead-Free uses Flux for Lead-Free Body Solder
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2018-12-15

Can I use this tinning butter for the lead-free solder? Or do I have to use the Flux and Solder product?

Asked by: Jack
The Tin/Lead solder has better adhesion and is worked at lower temperatures (361°to 489°) than the Lead-free (428° to 932°). Also the lead-free solder is a little harder. Although they are both for surface prep and allow adhesion to steel, because of the temperature difference, the Tin/Lead uses the Tinning Butter while the Lead-Free uses Flux for Lead-Free Body Solder
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2018-12-10

Does your tinning butter come in a bigger container? If so what are the sizes and cost? Also how much is shipping? Thank You

Asked by: Big John
The one pound container is the only size we sell of our Tinning butter at this time.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-07-24

How much for shipping 

Asked by: Larry bateman
Our customer solutions team can easily quote you a shipping charge with a simple phone call to 1800 343 9353.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-08-04
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Eastwood Tinning Butter 1 lb Jar

Eastwood Tinning Butter 1 lb Jar

Item #31043 Brand: Eastwood

Eastwood Tinning Butter 1 lb Jar
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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

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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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