Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Brian Ochaba, Nov 21, 2020 at 6:06 PM.
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I don't usually clean coins unless they literally have crud on them.
What are you trying to get off of the coin?
No. Don't do it.
I agree . Give that a chance .
That or the silver cleaner that you get at Walmart. A few seconds and it looks great.
First assess value and risk. When in doubt consult experts. You can send valuable coins for conservation. If value is low and risk tolerance is high, here's what I do: try warm water and soap next vegetable oil soak, next if you decide to break out the solvents, acetone soak first, then very light and quick dipping. The best advice is to never clean your coins. I am not an expert.
It's easy, type - proper cleaning - into the Search box and hit your Enter key. You'll find more than you want to read
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