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Rattail-1927
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01 August 2018 07:13 pm

Just wondering what or how everyone cleans dirty and corroded coins / money so I can cash them or spend them , I thought about Steele wool but I think it will get old quickly, any help appreciated . !
I tried to upload pictures but I was told that it was too big...


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silver
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01 August 2018 07:38 pm

Here ya go mate.... big_smile
https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 37#p429637
bit like going around in circles lol


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crustydog
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01 August 2018 07:52 pm

Steel wool will damage the coins. Not a big issue for spendables but definitely not a option for the older coins. I have used Gumtion on a nappy wipe for the older coins but as youve said, it gets old quick.


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AussieChris
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From: Bathurst, NSW
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01 August 2018 08:14 pm

André's Pencils for the good ones.

Spendables, cheap eBay tumbler will get you sorted, can get stainless steel shot from China fairly cheap, I think a lot of people just use baking soda in the medium. I guess you need to weigh up how many coins you bring home from an outing. I pulled $58 from the park a few days ago, that pays for a cheapo tumbler I guess.

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