Has anyone said this yet…sorry if I am being repetitive.
You wouldn’t want to buy pre chipped silver solder. Because of
the oxidation involved with silver you want to take the time to
lightly steel wool the sheet of solder to clean it before you cut
the “chips” right before each use. When I was a beginner I
thought the very strict instructor was just being over cautious
about cleaning the pallions of solder. I cut some extra and stored
them with an anti tarnish sheet in a film container overnight.
The next day I couldn’t get them to flow for the life of me. I
quickly developed a firm respect for Dr. McKays advise.
So buy the sheet…hit it with a fine steel wool to clean it where
you will cut and go at it with a very small tin snips.