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Rod H
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From: Telarah, NSW
Joined: 15 March 2017
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19 September 2017 07:30 pm

workmate told me of a cleaning method for coins i was a bit wary to try it but it cleaned 10s and 20s really well good old worcestershire sauce soak over night and wipe clean came up really well. Have to turn the coin to do the other side .

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Rattail-1927
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Joined: 06 July 2018
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08 August 2018 12:02 pm

Rod H wrote:

workmate told me of a cleaning method for coins i was a bit wary to try it but it cleaned 10s and 20s really well good old worcestershire sauce soak over night and wipe clean came up really well. Have to turn the coin to do the other side .

I tried white vinegar and 1/3rd worcheshire sauce on black silver spendables and it actually WORKS ,
I’d tried electrolysis (lol) , baking soda , steel wool and caustic soda with limited to no success so I ended up buying a tumblr (which is still in the box ) and I tried this last night!! I never would’ve thought it would work like it did!


X-Terra 705 Dual Pack , wireless headphone kit, Minelab Pro-Find 35 pinpointer , KT-6808 tumbler
Oldest Coin Found : Aussie 1948 Three pence


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