Adriaan Gerber Posted June 21, 2012 Share Posted June 21, 2012 Fellow Ferrophiles, From time to time I get tiny black spots in my soldering and it is a beast to clean up. My only trick is to reheat the solder and hope this time it flows better. I was wondering if anyone had some better ideas. I have been cleaning up the joints as well as I can to minimise junk that can get trapped. Also I tin the blade and guard seperately before joining them, that helps too. I think one thing that happens is when I have the blade point up, the solder melts and drips out the back, leaving holes. Sometimes a speck of dirt bubbles up. Any pointers on soldering and its cleanup process would be appreciated. Thanks much, Adriaan Adriaan Gerber http://www.adriaangerberknives.com email@example.com (207) 667-1307 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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