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FDP Forum / Guitar Mods, Repairs, and Projects / Lead free solder - RoHS

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Lance Lawson

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Lance Lawson
Aug 25th, 2018 10:30 AM   Edit   Profile  

Lead free solder hasn't worked well for me. The truth is that it is very safe to use if you keep temperatures low. I use a very basic small wattage soldiering iron to help insure that there isn't overly high temps. Good ventilation is mandatory in all soldering operations. A couple of years ago I invested in an ample supply of traditional solder enough to see me out so to speak.

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