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Re: Green slime on silver

What kind of 2x2 were you using? The cardboard and staple type or flips?

Use nitrile or latex gloves when rinsing coins and then let them air dry. Use small amounts of acetone and do it outside or inside with a fan to exhaust the fumes. Acetone is flammable and harmful to the skin, eyes and lungs.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acetone

JAM, 8/22/2011
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