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frogger
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From: Wallaroo, SA
Joined: 19 December 2014
Posts: 42
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24 December 2014 02:31 pm

Does anyone know any good ways to clean the black from sea coins? I'm talkin decimal. Cheers.


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#2

silver
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Joined: 19 December 2013
Posts: 10,410
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22 January 2015 04:38 pm

What have you tried so far Frogger ? if you only want to spend them just use a wire brush bit in the drill and make up a wooden jig to hold them in place as you rip the black stuff away. I just used a spade bit and drilled a small hole in some timber so that 1 face of the coin was up above the timber.


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Dirtdemon
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From: , NSW
Joined: 14 September 2014
Posts: 134
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22 January 2015 07:45 pm

That CLR CLEAR stuff might work , ( calcium , lime , rust remover ) , she's pretty caustic stuff , can buy it generally from supermarkets or the hardware store.

just get some sort of container and soak it in it for a bit then take it out and use a nylon bristle brush if it needs a scrub up after the soak .

Just be a bit careful of the stuff though , as I said it pretty caustic stuff.

#4

frogger
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From: Wallaroo, SA
Joined: 19 December 2014
Posts: 42
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23 January 2015 11:18 pm

Thanks guys, I ended up using the wool scourer and washing up liquid. I got away with it smile Although I think the local foodland are getting used to my dodgy coins lol.


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