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Re: Green slime on silver

Can you post any photos of your most contaminated coins? What is the highest value item? Like I mentioned befor practice start with the lower value nickel or silver coins. Sometimes a Q tip dipped in acetone can remove contamination from the rim without touching the face of the coin. Also keep in mind we only do this because of the hazardous contamination as cleaning coins is generally not recommended. Ron

Ron Thompson, 8/19/2011
CCRS member since: 6/18/2010
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e-mail: ronscoins@shaw.ca


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