Pros: The product is of decent quality!
It is very convenient than liquid products. It's flux, it's not a soldering paste. The packaging is very good for transportation, it will never open itself and not spoil the rest of the package. Also bank is wrapped in duct tape. Cons: Everything looks grate, but it's not so easy open bank with flux fast.... Read more
Pros: Very good flux, does the job, doesn't leave residue, comes with a very high amount for the price in its own sealed can and is not a solid block, so you don't need to worry about dissolving it first, it's ready to use. Cons: None. OtherThoughts: Very good price to quality ratio, and a very good amount of paste. Came well conditioned wrappe... Read more
Pros: well, it works.
it is well enough and it is more convenient than liquid versions - you can apply it easily and in any amount you need. Cons: it is not such a good as to use with hardly soldering surfaces.
and for easily soldering ones I would prefer general rosin - it's is natural and I like the smell :) and this is important for your hob... Read more
Pros: this soldering flux it is in the form of paste and it is easy to use it than use a liquid one it is very usefull product i am pleased for buying it. i din't used it too much as i din't have much work to do and use soldering fux but the tings i have done it worked ok. Cons: when i got the soldering flux and opened the container it was half... Read more
Pros: - good thermal properties
- does not run away like liquid flux; good for handling large packages
- easy to apply; I use a tooth pick Cons: - leaves a lot of residue, hard to remove. I tried with alcohol and tissue, but it only smears out, does not really clean it up.
- works a bit less efficient than my liquid flux OtherThoughts: I've bee... Read more
Pros: Very good flux, comes in metal can not in plastic, I use a small brush to apply over pcb and when heated the paste melts and extends itself quickly, it doesn't smell and it's almost smokeless very important for bad ventilated space, my old soldering paste was releasing a lot of smoke so I threw it as soon as I saw the difference. Oh... an... Read more
Pros: This flux is cheap, comes in a mostly leak-free can and it works great. It doesn't smell bad or leave any excessive residue, and the residue it does leave cleans easily as I expected Cons: Unfortuntely it would appear my can got a little too hot while the can was upside down during shipping. All of the flux had stuck to the top of the tin... Read more
Pros: I's flux. And since it's a paste (and not liquid) it's easy to put the quantity you want on the board before soldering, especially for small parts.
It's useful everytime I do soldering work. Cons: It's written soldering paste on the box, so I'm not sure if I can trust the other claims written on it. OtherThoughts: I find it quite efficent... Read more
Pros: This is is really good flux. It comes in perfect can that hold closed even if it fall under the table. It is non corrosive so there is no need to remove it after soldering. I was suspicious about that so I tried it and even after two month there is no corrosion on the test PCB. And finally it really helps to make great joints Cons: The na... Read more
Pros: Good for etch sensitive PCB's Cleaning up residue is simple with a hot, slightly damp rag.
Great for re-tinning your old soldering iron tips after scrubbing. Cons: Not as good as other fluxes for difficult to solder surfaces unless preheated on an abrased surface first.
Etchant takes a while at low temperatures to chemically clean a dirty... Read more
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