|Posted by Dale's Plumbing Service Inc LMP on March 23, 19100 at 12:26:37:|
|In response to Re: Soldering Copper and White Bread|
: When I am soldering copper water supply lines, I usually use white bread to temporarily plug the existing lines (once pressure has been relieved and water drained) while I complete the joints.
: Is this the best way of eliminating water from the process or is there a more reliable product? I hate the thought of jamming anything into my water lines that I have to 'hope' ultimately dissolves and runs through the fixtures.
TK, There are a couple of products on the market that are used for this purpose. I have always used bread LESS CRUST and It has always worked for me. The bread will disolve in water.Dale's Plumbing Service Inc LMP
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