Firescoff® Rh for Rhodium

$10.75 - $277.50
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Firescoff® Rh ceramic coating technology protects and prevents rhodium plated jewelry from turning black during resizings or repair. Avoid the need, time and cost required to strip and re-electroplate rhodium coatings.
  • Industry leading Rhodium protection
  • Flawless void-free welds
  • Eliminate Rhodium stripping and buffing
  • Save time and money
  • Multiple repairs with single application
  • 75% reduction in repair time
  • Maintains original metal color and patina
  • Fluoride free (safe for corundum)
  • Alcohol free (non-flammable)
  • No outgassing
  • Replaces traditional firecoat and fluxes
  • MJSA Award winning ceramic technology
  • Easy warm water clean-up, no pickling needed
Firescoff® was awarded the prestigious Manufacturing Jewelers and Suppliers of America (MJSA) Innovation Award. The Innovation Award recognizes products that are making a significant difference in the jewelry industry today and for the future.

Available in 3 sizes:

1 Ounce (30ml): Sample size.

4.05 Ounces (120ml): Ideal for bench jewelers — enough for protecting 200+ pieces.

34 Ounces (1000ml): For multiple jewelers and production shops.

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    Gently heat the jewelry to 250°F (120°C). You can gauge the temperature by placing a drop of water on the metal surface. Apply heat until the water boils off completely, then apply Firescoff Rh.
    Apply Firescoff Rh at the start of the repair to protect rhodium. Spray so that a fine mist coats the entire piece. When applied correctly, Firescoff will form a uniform white powder coating instantly on contact.
    Gently reheat the coated jewelry. Apply more Firescoff Rh if a reflection from the metal is still visible.
    Because Firescoff Rh also performs as a flux, no other paste or liquid is required. When using paste solder, apply paste solder first, then apply Firescoff.
    Remove Firescoff Rh coating after resizing or repair easily using just warm water, or an ultrasonic bath. No acid pickle is required.
    Note: At low temperatures, or if
    the bottle seal is broken, ceramic
    crystals may form at the bottom
    in the bottle. This may temporarily impact pump/spray performance.
    To return crystals back into solution, place the entire bottle in hot water or heated ultrasonic bath for 10-15 minutes.