Originally Posted by sil3nt_dr3ams
Finally I've worked out that hydrochloric acid is the best to use to clean steel. So forget the bakers flux.
First step is cleaning the steel, I mean clean sand the back to bare metal. With a paint brush brush on Acid let it do it's work then wash it off.
Guys I'm going to have to start doing videos anyone have ideas how to?
'Eh... what exactly
do you mean by that? I could be a smart ass and say with a video camera... but that's just the mood I'm in at the moment. Really, you can use anything that shoots a video, you'd need to use something capable of shooting at like 720 or 1080 but also with high-ish FPS (high 20's to 30's) though because of what you'll be filming and with needing to get in close and provide a clear view of what you're doing, etc. To edit the videos you can pick up some good video editors for free, heck you can even use Windows Movie Maker or something. Doesn't need to be all fancy like.
But yeah, if you could be a little more precise as to what you're really wanting to know, that would help provide a better answer.
Also, quick question. How strong is using solder in metal work?... I do alot of glass, wood and acrylic work, and will be venturing into metal soon. So, what is the use of solder and whatnot in metalwork? I've heard of it being used with metal, but I've always only ever used solder for electronics haha.