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fixation station
Toms non flourinated tooth paste and goo gone citrus oil mixed 50 50 and hit it with a tooth brush, the microscopic silicone beads in the tooth paste will help grind the crud off and the citrus oil will help pull the residue off Once you have removed all of the crud you need to degrease the coin in 91 percent isopropyl alcohol Once it has been decreased you need to remove the oxidation on the copper Quickly dip the coin in 50 percent muriatic acid and distilled water Dip in and hold it for 20 to 30 seconds Then drop the coin in a 50 50 mix of baking soda and distilled water to neutralize the acid It will look shiny and brand new
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László József Nagy
Hello I found a presumably Roman coin yesterday, but nothing is visible from it because the gravel is dry on it, how would you clean it?brThanks in advance
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Silh S
I clean my coins with broccoli ! Its super fresh
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leynaux D
I use Colgate toothpaste sometimes when I want my coin to be as shiny as a mirror Takes a while but does the job Usually use a cotton stick thingy with it
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Koi Fishie
This guy must brush his teeth so fast
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henry stickmin
1 down 700 billion to go
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John Q
Mouthwash soak and then toothpaste scrub
Comment from : John Q


Wolves rock
WOOOOOW TYSM FOR THIS IDEA I've been researching of how to clean them rlly good and this work so good
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Isaac Talley
Using an eraser works pretty well but it’s kinda hard It works well too because it won’t wear on the penny much
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Dualkingofnoobs
I have I 1915 penny
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Anonymous Anonymous
I use my blood to clean it, works like a charm
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Veronica Ramirez
As ur brushing to clean ur damaging the coin against the metal
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rockero
Can fast orange clean quarters and nickels?
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mark reyes
For pennies try hot sauce soak it for 1 minute or 2 and rinse off
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Jovani
isnt this illegal
Comment from : Jovani


REAL LIFE BETHANY RAE
I have some coins that were burnt, in my grandparents house fire 33 years ago A giant change jar I would like to clean them Wonder if this would work for that Just curious about what’s in there, even if it isn’t worth any more then the coin
Comment from : REAL LIFE BETHANY RAE


Spencer
Wd40 with a dremmel buff wheel works good also
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Joel Keeton Jr
I used my mom's spit That takes EVERYTHING off!
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Crime Bad
I found a 1941 nickel so I need to watch this video
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Janeth Daohog
I have that coin
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Lord_Beethoven
Turtle Wax scratch and swirl remover worked wonders on my collection It does take a few repetitions to get the coin shiny but it looks amazing afterwards
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Police 4life
FYI using abrasives on ANY copper coins leaves brush marks and any professional coin dealer will tell you that you damaged the strike plate of the coin brNever use abrasives on any coin It’s liquid sand paper and it DOES damage the coin and reduces the value Yes it looks nice and shiny and clean but under a microscope, it will show the abrasive lines and damage to the strike plate brI have been collecting coins since 1975, and I never “polish” them However, on some coins ( not copper ) I use a professional cleaner and a cotton swab This removes just the dirt and does not damage the coin Abrasives leave swirl marks I have over 5,000 wheat pennies that have patina A coin dealer will give you a better appraisal on non cleaned coins vs cleaned coins
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Heroxddmp
Another thing to try is CLR, works fasta nd gets rid of a lot of blemishes if you want to make it look nice Can however decrease value!
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Chad Pukaite
Melt them down for the copper, worth more $ now that Joe Biden is ruining the dollar and the country
Comment from : Chad Pukaite


Duane White
Not supposed to clean your coins
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Karbazagar SON of Zadnaôn
I just recently discovered that using an eraser works pretty good
Comment from : Karbazagar SON of Zadnaôn


invisible bullet
Does W-40 works?
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LaserGryph
Diamond paste is often used for the most effective restorations
Comment from : LaserGryph


Ezra
I have a 1911 1p coin I found yesterday and Im looking for ways to clean it It's not rare, but it is massive to the 1p coins we have today and I think it looks nice so I'm trying to clean it
Comment from : Ezra


Awesome Jonas 10
Thanks
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Rhett Hamilton
Dude I'm literally working on polishing a wheat penny from 1944 what the crap I wish I could share a picture lol
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NBA Guy
my grandma just gave me bunch of pennies but they're silver and from 1943
Comment from : NBA Guy


LoneJalapeno
I had a bunch of coins in my center console in my car I spilled soda on it I was just cleaning them with water I enjoyed it, now I want to start actually making them shiny
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Boonedock Journeyman
This destroys any value a coin may hold See PCGS webinar Coin Grading 103: No Grade Coins They spot abrasive cleaning instantly and give your coin “No Grade” That means you throw it in the scrap metal pile
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JJ MoneyMaker
I'm getting ready to do some 1800s pennies Restored to original finish I'm going to see the first one in a 110 years to get to see what they originally looked like
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eddyvideostar
The community could try some BKF (Bar Keeper's Friend) abluent cleanser, baking soda, Brillo pads, and some elbow grease This will probably speed up the time of restoration
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Peggy’s Paws
I have a 1914 coin!!
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Gul Majeed
great video well done
Comment from : Gul Majeed


Matthew Williams
use blue magic cream it removes tarnish, gunk, oxidation, and rust really quickly blue magic is what i use on my coins
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Dharshan Anandaraman
Just soak it in water for some time Wash the coin and rub using rubber/eraser (Stationery) It will be glossy
Comment from : Dharshan Anandaraman


Treasure Hunters Illyria
Hello hunter from Albania illyria
Comment from : Treasure Hunters Illyria


Braydens Banknotes
Pls don’t do this with valuable coins it will loose its value because of scrubbing it just use proper coin cleaner or just don’t clean it
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Jess R Baria
How much?
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WorldBanknotesCollecter
The pink stufff is very good
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Jai S
Your crazy that 1944 (was)worth money idk about now
Comment from : Jai S


Gidc Coins Channel
Wow amazing
Comment from : Gidc Coins Channel


Reality discovery
Try mixing vinegar and salt creates a weak acid and dissolves the coin making it shiny again
Comment from : Reality discovery


Ty Zhulev
Thank you so much for this valuable information! Are there any other chemicals that will also work as well?
Comment from : Ty Zhulev


Criss Criss
That 1944 coin is very valuable
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Criss Criss
Aren’t they going to worth less if you cleaning them?
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Me
My little brother washed his coins thinking they would get shinier, but bad things happened, that's why I am here
Comment from : Me


DANIELSOLOBOY Leon
Hello does it have to fast orange product or any will do ?
Comment from : DANIELSOLOBOY Leon


수빈Choi Soobin Is handsome ya know
Satisfying
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Murshida Akhter
1944, wow!!!!!!!! 😯😯😯
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TheQuackAttack
Look up videos online of, "Why you should NOT! clean your coins"
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TheQuackAttack
Btw for the people that clean their coins You lost all its value good luck with all the money you hoped on selling
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DR SOLO
The way some of the major coin authentication experts professionals grading companies preserve coins Is a special process where there is no absolutely no abrasive instruments compounds tools or techniques used oilss and steam is about it how do Jewelers clean jewelry in a steamer?
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ShanDale Butler
Does it hurt the value when you use the stuff and does it leave a chemical residue?
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tina mckeage
I have old coins I want to cleando u know anything to clean them w and want to sell themI love this stuff I have to get for my penniesty
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Sherman Shecapio
Well I'll be damned
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Aida Cintron
I have one from 1917
Comment from : Aida Cintron


Oliver Lazaroo
I use tamberine pastebrIt does the job
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Gibs Ogden
Remember, don’t do this with valuable coins, please
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Michael G
just put them in your pocket and walk around for a while lol
Comment from : Michael G


Mitsu* Zelestials*
The tooth brush won’t scratch?
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Vishal Erriah
hello need your help bri put cleaning solutions ( pro saniter) in a contener to wash all my coin copper & silver but i forget to wash next day went going to wash all my silver coin change colour please help what to do
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living is overrated
I have an old German coin from 1969 and I'm not sure to clean it or just leave the old look please some tell me what to do with it
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Peter Parker
There are many tips on how to clean silver coins and a few things that you should know about these tips before you begin the cleaning process The first thing to know is that cleaning silver coins can get very expensive, especially if you do not have some of your own supplies or equipment on hand, so be sure that you know what you are doing and then have a friend help you if need beMore: www99alternativescom/article/how-to-clean-silver-coinshtml
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Abdellatif Elkissi
tengo una moneda de 1944 para vender
Comment from : Abdellatif Elkissi


Ta Say Ta Bay
I thought coin cleaning is not good,, and it devalues the coin by a few times??
Comment from : Ta Say Ta Bay


SAMUEL AASISH
That car was really awsome
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John Barboza
bruh this guy has no clue that the copper 1944 copper penny is worth like 200k 😂😂 i hope he sees this
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Wild Cats Life
Can I do it with acetone?
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John J Rambo
Bar keepers friend is the best to clean copper
Comment from : John J Rambo


#1LamboFan
I usually swallow them then sh*t them right out and they come out perfectly clean after washing them :)brbrbrbrbrCalm down its a joke
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Ketut Yuda
bos saya punya coins Elizabeth ll th 1981 mau saya jual Bali bos
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Monda View
Yes vinegar and salt does both side you can add s bit of lemon
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bagus khalid
I have so many but I want selling my old's coins
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Brian I
What about nickels dimes and quarters
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Scrapman50
If you just take an old penny and rub it with your fingers to remove the oxidation is that considered cleaning the coin? Coins are touched by thousands of fingers every day, so it's just considered circulated The oils in my fingers do wonders for dirty coins if I rub them with just my fingers
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The Collector Of Coins
You’re basically destroying the numismatic value
Comment from : The Collector Of Coins


Genesis
cool intro
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Sr Pastor Joshua Pichardo Mejia
I found a 1943 and it stick to magnet Is it worth anything?brInteresting
Comment from : Sr Pastor Joshua Pichardo Mejia


Timkeiser Keiser
I was told never to clean a coin! It takes away from the value!
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123dij
Just use Ajax or commet! Cheaper and takes less time!
Comment from : 123dij


Farzan Sahragard
I have a 1902 penny How do I clean it without damaging it ?
Comment from : Farzan Sahragard


Tammy Johns
Awesome
Comment from : Tammy Johns


Nelson Aguilera
Lemon and salt is better
Comment from : Nelson Aguilera


Rare Coin & Cryptocurrency Analyst
awesome video 👍⭐⭐⭐⭐
Comment from : Rare Coin & Cryptocurrency Analyst


Md Kamruzzaman Razu
What paste did u use?
Comment from : Md Kamruzzaman Razu


flagcity parts
vinegar takes about 2 minutes and you can do a few thousandbut if use your method and you do it to a 1992 closed am coin you just removed 20k$ from the coin there's coins in your pocket that can buy you a new car
Comment from : flagcity parts


Dinosaur Hub
I found that using an eraser on copper can clean it up real nice
Comment from : Dinosaur Hub


123dij
I use Ajax or commit and scrub they come out good as new Or hot sauce
Comment from : 123dij


Lalin D
You need an ultrasonic parts cleaner mate :) It's just a viberating tub filled with soapy water
Comment from : Lalin D


He He
How on earth is he ruining the coins he is cleaning it
Comment from : He He


Metal detecting Michigan
For pennies and relics only, I sometimes use a wire brush works like a charm!
Comment from : Metal detecting Michigan


Beat 1
I have one from 1906
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