Black and white Stay-Silv?
I know it`s generally suggested to use black for stainless and white for other steels, but are there any bad effects from using them otherwise? I bought a single jar of the white flavor about a year ago and was using it for all my silver brazing. That jar seems to have been kidnapped by aliens or something, so I need a new jar and thought maybe the black would be better for an all purpose silver flux. I guess I could buy both, but besides spending the extra few bucks I kind of prefer to keep things simple. If it makes any difference, I`ve been using it with 45% Cad-Free (AWS A5.8BAg-5), mostly on shop tools (tap and drill extensions), anything too tiny to TIG or bronze braze, and some occasional bike parts (stradle yokes, accessory bosses). Harris`s site does specifically mention stainless for the black stuff, but it doesn`t say NOT to use it for cromo or plain old cold roll. Their description of the white stuff could also go both ways the way I see it. So, should I expect any new problems using the black for all purpose? Keep with the white? Stop making a big issue out of something that isn`t really that important in the first place?