How to Clean Coins – Using MS70 Coin Restorer on Silver Coins
First off, let me address the obvious… I know many of you have been told to never clean coins. But, keep in mind that removing gunk, debris, glue, tape and grime from a coins surface without rubbing and/or scratching is acceptable as long as you are very careful and use products that are either designed to restore a coin or use only warm water and pat dry.
That being said, I am a firm believer in NOT using any products myself (perhaps leave it up to the expert coin restorers) on ANY potentially valuable coins (such as key dates), and especially not on any copper coins that have turned brown after years of storage.
Now that the disclaimers are out, in this video I will be reviewing the MS70 Coin Restorer. I will refer to it as "cleaning the coin" in this video as it is just easier to say. I'll be testing it on silver quarters and silver half dollars with varying degrees of dirt, glue, tape, grime, etc – to see how they come out.
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