Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by myownprivy, Dec 12, 2017.
I think that was a given for someone whose handle is MyOwnPrivy.
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Just don't do this. Sulfuric fumes can turn your silver black.
Carefully metered bovine flatulence can be your friend in this day and age of toning fetishes.
If you’re concerned about the silver, it won’t melt. If you’re worried about leaving spots or disturbing pristine surfaces on your coins, that’s a different question.
I think maybe we have all read this thread wrongly. Maybe he is concerned about the silver scratching the bathtub. I wonder if they bars were still in their plastic wrappers.
Is there any chance that this new bubble bath coin cleaning technique will remove the milk-spots that are already on the surface of many bullion coins these days???
This is your SAFE SPACE that you run to? I see people talking about it.
What type silver did you buy?
That would be the deterninating factor.
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