CLEANING COINS?!? I thought you weren't supposed to do that? Well… you probably still shouldn't, but tons of dealers use a variety of coin cleaners and it's a large enough topic within coins that I figured it would be important to discuss. There are ways that are non-invasive that don't leave any marks of traditional cleaning that can be used to improve the looks of coins – in my opinion, only coins with very little value over their silver content – by removing the top layer of metal to show what is underneath. I use the product on some uncirculated coins, some very worn ones, and a variety of in between type coins and want you to see the results!
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