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Re: Green slime on silver

As you likely know acetone will dissolve organic compounds but keep in mind what you are removing is carcinogenic. The plasticizer that comes out of PVC is harmful to your health so don't touch it. I would do one coin at a time using small amounts of acetone as it is flammable. Start with nickel coins then silver and keep in mind copper coins may be most affected. If you have high value coins you may want assistance before starting. Ron

Ron Thompson, 8/19/2011
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Green slime on silver (Mike, 8/18/2011)
 Re: Green slime on silver (Ron Thompson, 8/19/2011)
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