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5280 Adventures
EASY WAY TO CLEAN UP THOSE BUTTONS FOUND WHILE METAL DETECTING: youtube/rxc_fAT6T3w
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Indywar
I started using you method with vinegar, and then saw another video use lime-away( gravel and dawn) It seems to work better, esp on corroded pennies I tumble 10 minutes and they look great I have same tumbler, but don't overload the barrels They really do mean 3lbs max or you would damage tumbler
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ImmortalCorvus
I have an ultrasonic cleaner Now I just need to get the Forbidden Gatorade to clean up MY coins
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Tom
I use stainless steal ball bearing I only have one tub tumbler So I put in soap n vinegar as you do Only difference is I dump this content into a small sifter that you would use for sifting flour Rinse the content than just shake the strainer and watch how the coins rise to the top After removing the coins I let the ball bearings and tub air dry One Ryan the bearings go back into tub ready for the next leaning
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Izaiah Garcia
$20,000
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Duane Stephens
GREAT VIDEO THANKS WHATS THE MUSIC IN THE BACKGROUND SOUNDS LOVELY RELAXING ???
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edwin parsons
Well you won't believe me but I detect in florida as for just change in a yr me and my uncle average around 26800 but in scrap aluminum brass copper 52489 and silver gold in 2019 a total 349200 all most 4500 in a yrbut I'm not like most peoplei look at e very coin and check value e very ring same then I smelt all silver brass copper aluminum and gold that I dont sale into ingots and then sale it or hold on to itnow I'll show you a pic of a mth challenge we did with a class we use to go toit was March all state hunt parks bus stops beaches home steads more will be in pic
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Escape the Matrix
In 2019 I found a gallon glass jar filled to the rim with $20 gold coins! Then the alarm went off and I had to wake-up and went to work :-(
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Bob Crawford
You refer to the coins as "clad" Does this mean yo have sorted through and removed any pre-1965 silver coins and any other coins that may have numismatic value? I'm new to your channel, and these were my first thoughts when watching this video Thanks
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Mainely Digger’s Adventures
Some day I’ll get a tumbler!
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Mike nhgoldprospector
I've had many lately that are hard trying to get a date of them
Comment from : Mike nhgoldprospector


coins phuoc
I really like your videos, I have subscribed to your Youtube channel
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coins phuoc
Your video is very good, I would love to thank you for sharing it
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Happy Hands
why not pore it into a strainer?
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Garth Donovan
Don’t do it
Comment from : Garth Donovan


Chuck Gentles
Very interesting video I use vinegar, dawn dish soap and simple green with a soft toothbrush Keep on doing what you do😎👍👍👌👌⛏⛏
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Charlie
Let the bank clean them They need 2 We work enough 4 the money system And banks represent that FUBAR system Let them do somthing, other than adding 1's & 0's to a fake ledger in the system Luv ur vid
Comment from : Charlie


diggerdude
Great video I just ordered 2 of the single barrel tumblers I ended the year with $1370 US in clad but only $250 is in spendable condition So i have a lot of cleaning to do
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Repo Archaeologist
Cleaned mine same as you, with the same tumbler Took to our bank which has a coin counter
Comment from : Repo Archaeologist


The NOX Brothers
I have the same tumbler It works greatone notebe sure you don't exceed 3 pounds per drumyou could burn out your motor
Comment from : The NOX Brothers


Digging Canuck
Gotta get me a tumbler
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Hunting SW Ohio
I have around 200 in clad I use aquarium gravel, a couple drops of dish soap and three caps of ammonia
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george warlick
SAME METHOD I USE EXCEPT I ADD A SQUIRT OF BRASSO    a liquid metal cleaner  IT GIVES THEM A SHINY APPEARANCE KEEPS THE BANK HAPPY
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Crusty Clad
I found 2 credit unions in town that have coin counters free to account holders brI use them as "dump" banks for MD clad and coin roll hunting leftovers
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DavidB
Sooo I watched your video because the coins were sure sparkly in the thumbnail pic I assumed you must be doing something different than mebrNope Just using an image of coins that were never dirty in the first place
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Neodetectorist
I use lime or lemon juice and salt This seems to work pretty good for me It looks like I am pushing about 100 dollars in clad this year Happy holidays Tony
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North Woods Digger
Found 400 quarters, 2,636 pennies, 360 dimes, 234 nickels 5 one dollar coins and 16 silver coins 38 wheat back pennies and way to many Canadian cents I only started on July 20th of 2018 Now I am hooked on detecting I use 1/2 cup water1/2 cup white vinegar and a squirt of dawn soap in a Gatorade bottle Shake for about 5 minutes and check If needed do again Pennies I use apple cider vinegar a dash of dawn soap and 1/2 water Shake a few minutes remove and repeat if needed I do it at the end of every week and roll them I am using the coins I found to do coin searches now and it don't take away from my every day money I rotate between 3 banks each week Oldest coin was an 1889 Morgan Also a 1900 O Barber half and that was my first coin target Looking forward to 2019
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Dirt Diggers UK
Merry Xmas Tony from me and Kim
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Stanley Devou
Excellent video Not sure of exact total $20000 is my best guess Will be investing in one of these for sure
Comment from : Stanley Devou


Michael Hanley
I use ketchup on penny’s great videos as always
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The life and times of Barney Taylor
Cashed in two times this year already $50 something $73 something I don't clean them and the bank doesn't like it 😎
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PullTab Commando
I didn't dig much clad this yearmostly pennieswheat pennieslast year i ran a rock tumbler with soapy water and brass bb'sfor an hourhad over 56 dollars if i remember rightloved the bb method
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413 Mass Digger
Same exact method I use and tumbler bud, very nice! And great job pointing out, separating the pennies, not alot of people add that! 👍 brI didn't tumble mine yet this year, Keep up the great work!!
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Island Life
I found a lot of pull-tabs
Comment from : Island Life


Oldies&Goodies
I have been cleaning clad coins like that since the 80's It works great as a Tool but never use it for valuable relics and coins takes the patina off especially Wheat backs and turns it to a dull orange color some Buttons is ok but not the two or three piece buttons I haven't got out much in the past years so i just stick the clad coins in a coinstar to get rid of them Merry Christmas Thanks AL
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John Colbert
Thanks for sharing Boss man Yay last nite my internet must of been on the holiday already
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Tough Run Metal Detecting
Hey great video man I bought a tumbler a couple months ago but haven't used yet This was informative for me and I'm sure for many others Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Comment from : Tough Run Metal Detecting


Nickel Nation Coins & More
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Joe Brown
I tumble mine with aquarium gravel with water no soap too many suds Whoa! I paid the same price for my single cylinder WT! $95 of quarters, dimes & a few nickels this year
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Yooper Digger57
Got to get me a tumbler got about years of dirty clad to clean but so far on recent drops 5219 hanks for the tip Tony ordering me a tumbler and start cleaning the rest lol
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Jake Deal
I’ll have to tell my dad he has a bunch of coins
Comment from : Jake Deal


WV Treasure Hunters
Thanks for the information buddy merry Christmas
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Tom Shively
Good videoI used to pour my dirty water down the drain like youbut got worried about too much residue buildup in pipes, so I use a strainer in the bowl, carry it outside and rinse using o/s faucet! I find a lot of coins, was probably averaging 20-30 a week in summer
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Marty Vrstals Diggin with Marty
Hey Tonygreat tipI'll have to break out the tumbler $14745 for me and that's not counting my pennies Good luck fishing today and again Merry Christmas
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Diggin With Deej
I clean mine basically the same way you clean yours with the rock tumbler Merry Christmas to you and yours
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Clayton County History Hound
Nice! Thanks for the tip Take care
Comment from : Clayton County History Hound


bigdaddyk metal detecting and adventures
I didn't really clean my clad I just rolled it up and deposited it in the bank I made 6982 this year it looks like a good idea to clean it up I might just have to look in to getting a tumbler for my self thanks for sharing and HHbrKyle
Comment from : bigdaddyk metal detecting and adventures


925inder
Most of Canadian clad is not copper based, so I really pick few of them since I look for silver and copper I got around 15 bucks US Most of my Canadian clad is recent surface drops Looks like there is good 200 bucks in the jar We have a loonie/toonie advantage though Most of that clad is washed and will be spend The nasty ones will go into parking meters and other machines Sometimes they look at them funny at Starbucks lol
Comment from : 925inder


Hee Haw
I've got coins I dug up 40 years ago and never cleaned them yetbrEnjoyed the episode 👍
Comment from : Hee Haw


WILDMANS LODGE
Just got that same tumbler for the wife for Christmas will let you know how it works out
Comment from : WILDMANS LODGE


Jim Steele
very close to what I do but I add CLR Approx $125 this year
Comment from : Jim Steele


Scott Seiberlich
Great information Sir Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year 👍✝️💯💰
Comment from : Scott Seiberlich


Adventure Archaeology
Tumblers are amazing for cleaning all of that nasty clad! Ive been using the same tumbler you have for 5 years!
Comment from : Adventure Archaeology


Jim from Coils To The Soil
Hi Tony, I do it the same way, but for the rinse I picked up a bowl strianer at the thift store and took a 1/4 inch drill bit to ream the holes big anough for the rocks to get through Makes the separation of the coins from dirt and gravel really easy Thanks for the video HH
Comment from : Jim from Coils To The Soil


Rustbelt Relic Rescue
Have a Merry Christmas Tony! Also, I tried to build a DIY rock tumbler but its not nearly as water tight Maybe I should check out Harbor Freight, thanks for the tip!
Comment from : Rustbelt Relic Rescue


JIMMY CROSSBONES
Thanks you Brother for all the support this year Merry Christmas and a Happy New year
Comment from : JIMMY CROSSBONES



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