Basic solid soldering wire does not have a flux core, so you can choose the flux that best suits your task. Use a soldering iron to heat the metal surfaces where you wish to create the solder joint, and apply the soldering wire to the tip of the iron as it's touching the surfaces to flow molten solder into the joint and create the connection.
Lead-Free Nickel Alloy
Nickel alloy soldering wire creates very strong joints and does not contain lead, making it suitable for potable water plumbing or other applications where lead-based solder cannot be used.
Lead-Free Tin Alloy
Made from tin alloy, this solder wire does not contain lead, so it is suitable for potable water plumbing or other applications where lead-based solder cannot be used.
Lead-Based Tin Alloy
Also known as soft solder, this lead-based tin alloy soldering wire has a lower melting temperature than lead-free wire and is ideal for soldering heat-sensitive electronic components.
Make quick, professional repairs with these kits. They include soldering wire and accessories for creating high-quality solder joints.