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use WATER to wash off your stained glass project.
Just Spray on Kwik-Clean & Wipe Off!


Caused by Flux and Patina being left behind.

Remember when: the project was so big that you had to drag it out into your backyard to wash it off with the hose?

Now:  just spray on Kwik-Clean after soldering to clean off the flux.  Or spray on Kwik-Clean after applying patina to neutralize and clean up the left-over patina.  No water is required for cleaning the window.



Works on FOIL

& LEAD projects

Kwik-Clean is a liquid which wipes off with just a paper towel.  No need to use water, unlike the gel types of neutralizers.

The Kwik-Clean solution is a liquid, not a gel.  So it goes under the foil (in the air pockets where patina can be hiding) and neutralizes the patina.  This is the area where White Mold starts to form.

The Kwik-Clean solution, when sprayed on the solder joint, easily rolls completely around the joint removing all the flux.  After the patina is applied, Kwik-Clean goes into the little pockets left in the putty and neutralizes any patina hiding there.


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Easy Instructions:


eliminates white mold


spray on - wipe off


No need to mix or dilute. After you have completed soldering one or both sides of your project, spray on Kwik-Clean. Typically, with a paper towel clean project thoroughly.

You may use the same paper towel or a clean one to apply the patina. Mixing the Kwik-Clean with the Patina gives added cleaning of the flux and a finer tone on the patina.

After Patina is applied, clean again with Kwik-Clean.


Polish as you normally would.

On pieces where White Mold is already present: For problem climates where White Mold is rampant. Steel wool after the first Kwik-Clean and before the Patina assures a finer clean of flux from under the foil. Then apply your patina and clean again with Kwik-Clean.


Kwik-Clean Material Safety Data Sheet


 Produced by
Hoevel Manufacturing
Los Angeles, CA USA