Miniatronics Rosin Core Solder 60/40 (4oz)

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This solder is not only great for hobby projects but good all electrical applications. The melting temperature for this solder is 374 degrees Fahrenheit.

Key Features:

  • Designed For Electrical & Electronic Work
  • 60% Tin, 40% Lead
  • .031 Diameter
  • Melts at 374° F
  • 4oz Spool

This product was added to our catalog on August 7, 2009

Saturday, Jan 7 2012 (about 8 years ago)
Miniatronics Rosin Core Solder 60/40 (4oz)
love this stuff for 9$ cant go wrong lasts for a long time if you dont do a lot of soldering. 5 stars for this one
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Tuesday, Oct 29 2019 (8 months ago)
Miniatronics Rosin Core Solder 60/40 (4oz)
This is the good stuff. 60/40 with lead, yes please. This stuff flows into the wires and tins surfaces well. To the poindexter giving it a bad review because "lead", use in a ventilated area and don't take deep huffs of the vapor and I'm sure you won't suffer neurological damage. Besides being easier to work with, lead solder holds up over time much better than the lead free solder.

Highly recommended.
Verified Owner
Monday, Jan 19 2015 (about 5 years ago)
Miniatronics Rosin Core Solder 60/40 (4oz)
Works great! The spool it comes on is really handy for storage and the solder itself is very clean and easy to work with. Excellent product!
Sunday, Jan 8 2012 (about 8 years ago)
Miniatronics Rosin Core Solder 60/40 (4oz)
It figures when there is a cheaper alternative, a Hibbert will find it. Money is power!!!
Thursday, May 4 2017 (about 3 years ago)
Miniatronics Rosin Core Solder 60/40 (4oz)
I would highly recommend using solder that has ZERO lead in it. Most people solder in a confined area with sketchy ventilation. Breathing the aerosoled vapor from the solder--also known as smoke, would be literally breathing in lead (40%). This may be at a good price point, but neurological damage is not worth saving a buck. If you're reading this, take it from someone who works in healthcare: you don't want to be breathing lead vapors. This is why the government took lead out of paint and gasoline.