How to clean old coins

How to clean old coins

old roman gold coins




Often the money are important and are affected by the ravages of time, which leads us to think cleaned, and this can contribute to the destruction and the lack of value criteria and blur the value of the material, because after cleaning does not become a piece look rational empty hole and distortions due to remove all impurities and blur to form, this is a big mistake and should be avoided, for this you find that museums and dealers of ancient coins are not to be more clean, because dirt and raise the value of which also enables the merchant to make sure that this remarkable visual piece of old and antique already,

When his old cleaner you must consider privacy to old form, this is very important to not lose visibility, and also not to use household cleaning products, and when cleaning do not paste two together, even in storage required each one individually


Here are some tips and ideas to clean your widget.(Experiment on a piece of cheap, to make sure the speech first, endorsed this communication to the Secretariat),


-Soak parts in hot water and SOAP.


-To remove the dirt on the surface of silver, placed in a

Hot water and liquid soap. Then rinse thoroughly with water and dry them

With a soft cloth to dry.


With ether, alcohol or a laundry mark diluted in hot water cleaning.

-Using a mixture of water and ammonia, and wipe with a soft cloth.


With a pencil eraser rub.

-Take your done, wet and a bit with toothpaste

Body scrub using a soft toothbrush. Rinse your piece under water, wipe dry.


Bronze pieces

-Use warm water and SOAP, and rinse with clear water

-Use the bristle brush and care to maintain the appearance.

With a cloth soaked in a solution of water, 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3 vinegar scrub.




The copper coins there wasn’t much to do since brass oxidized

Naturally in the air.

-To clean a piece of brass, rub with vegetable oil or olive oil and

Wipe with a soft cloth.


Abrasive powder on the wet

Or vinegar and salt.

-Soak in the boiling vinegar which will reduce salt.

-Leave it cool down and dry completely and to clean copper coins

With vegetable oil or olive oil and wipe with a soft cloth.

Use hot water and detergent, abrasive zinc

-Detergent diluted in warm water, and clean damp brush widget.

With clean water rinse.

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  1. […] I’m a sucker for a yard sale, especially if I see a gleam of copper or silver or old sitting on a marble table. Antique silver and copper interests. hairbrosh silver with trays of marble, brass bowls and kettles, beautiful, heavy old silver and copper trays. They’re great and weighty, and oh-so-sleek and stylish. But more often, I’ve been sitting in the attic or basement collecting dust and distortion for decades. That’s great news for me, because it usually means I can pick up the amazing legacy brass or antique silver pieces to almost anything-simply that the owner does not want to deal with the clean up. If you’re like me and loved gleam soft antique brass and silver, or if you have a nice piece of heirloom silver or copper, here are some tips and tricks to bring out the soft glow, and preserve your collectibles looking beautiful. Cleaning silver 1. avoid using acidic solutions to silver or other soft metals. Can destroy any lacquer finish and etch in the metal itself. (This right-do not use lemon juice and salt)! Instead, use Polish specifically to clean silver to avoid damage to the metal. 2. apply Polish with a soft cloth, but not too thickly over cake to any decorative molding or carving. 3. use cotton swabs to clean gently around the pattern and molded. 4. brush teeth for teeth, fine silver. Stiff bristles and too harsh, and may scratch the metal. Instead, invest in a quality brush with soft bristles and flexible. 5. buff gently with a soft cloth. Do not rub away-you’ll be slowly wearing away details that make a good pattern is very beautiful. 6. avoid use if you can, but when you wash with water and SOAP, and dry immediately with a soft cloth. Moisture encourages female. How to clean tarnished copper Lemon juice and tomato sauce is fine brass pedestal basins, but brass deserves the treatment nicer. I’ve found that one of the best products to remove tarnish and oxidation (green stuff that you find at times the old brass) a cleaner to clean ceramic cooktops and counters. Abrasive gentle cleans dirt away settled in pits without damaging any finish or scratch the metal. Old brass polishing:  […]

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