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Hobart Flux Welding Wire - .035

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Select flux cored steel wire to weld without using gas as a shielding agent on straight polarity MIG welders. Choose mild steel wire for auto body repair and similar types of welding applications. Wire Size in. 035, Compatible With MIG welders, Product Type Welding wire, Wire Material Flux core steel wire, Weight lbs. 2, Welding Processes Auto body repair and other similar work.
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How long can you store flux core before it goes bad?

Few months, years?
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
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Mudduckwelder
 - Eau Claire, Wi
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Flux core wire will go bad after it rusts so it is not reccommended to purchase more wire than you need for a project.
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I'd say years. I still have some older flux core wire (I stocked up a few years back) that I just swapped a spool out for and it seems to work just fine.
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zombieprepared
 - Largo, Florida
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