Featured Tool – No. 2 Pickling Compound

By on March 30, 2015
Sparex Number 2 Pickling Compound
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by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Tool of the Week for March 30, 2015

This week we feature our Sparex No. 2 Pickling Compound , Pickle Pot and Black Magic Compound

Soldering requires many different tools and supplies. You want to be sure you have all of the items you’ll need to complete your piece of jewelry for safety reasons, and so that you don’t waste time searching for miscellaneous parts.

Watch as our friend Kate Richbourg with JewelryTools.com take a moment to explain how she uses her Sparex No. 2 Compound and Pickle Pot.

Sparex Number 2 Pickling Compound:

Sparex is an easy to use, longer lasting, safe replacement for dangerous sulfuric acid in effective cleaning and pickling metals. Use Sparex No. 2 for removing surface oxidation, scale and pickling gold, silver and copper based alloys. Non-flammable and non-explosive. 10 oz. can.

 

 

 

Pickle Pot:

You can pay a lot more and never come close to the quality of this pickle pot. Stainless steel with a stoneware bowl. Sure they call it a crock-pot, but it’s the best and most economical pickle pot available. Capacity is 16 oz. with a shipping weight of 2.6 lbs. 110 volts, 60 hertz and 35 watts

Black Magic Pickle:

This is a fantastic non-acid pickle for removing oxidation and firescale, which means no toxic fumes or corrosion on the work bench. Jewelers can use steel tweezers in the pickle pot. No more copper tweezers, no contaminating! And it will not hurt spring rings. Powder form makes one gallon when water is added. Non-hazardous to ship. 1 Gallon.

This product is good for 1 year after mixing it with water.

To see more Soldering Flux and Pickling Tools and Accessories – CLICK HERE!

Happy Wrapping!

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