Hey guys, since we talking about acids and stuff, I was wondering what would I need to dissolve the enamel of copper. I get loads of work to jump flex cables. Tiny, itsy bitsy, things they are. Once broken, can't get 'em or takes a lot of months, so for the time being solution has to be done. So, I jump them using enameled copper wires, or what you guys call, coil wires. I handle pretty thin wires for this type of jobs. It's hard work....I need a microscope to do these kinda things, so I had a handy cam torn apart and added a zoom lens to it so I could work on like that watching a TV. My problem is tinning the fine coil wire. I have to scrape it , heat it , or use ur cigarette lighter to get rid of the enamel coating. Like to know if there is a faster way, anyone ?