Grab some extra solder for all of your electrical connection needs. Leaded and lead-free options are available.
While it's up to you to protect yourself, we highly recommend proper fume extraction with all soldering, but consider it mandatory when using leaded solder. Be a grown-up, and take care of yourself.
Q: What is the difference between leaded and lead-free solder?
A: Leaded solder contains lead which is harmful with long-term exposure and absorption into your lungs, eyes, or skin. Lead-free solder contains a different compound that allows for a great soldered connection without exposure to lead.
Q: Which type do I need for my project?
A: Lead-free solder is good for just about any soldering job, however it requires significantly more heat to "pool" or melt the solder to form a good connection. This requires a quality soldering iron, so if you plan on using lead-free solder check out our Lambertones Solder Station here. Leaded solder is really great for thick materials that need to get hot, like the grounding plate on a Telecaster bridge pickup, or a volume pot ground connection. Using leaded solder will allow you to heat up quickly, pool your solder joint, and have a quality lasting connection.
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