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« Reply #10 on: March 08, 2016, 06:16:52 am »
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Yo A had the same problem and gave my tumbler away to Navy Davy.  For silver the very best is line a glass pie plate with tin foil, add baking soda, a touch of vinegar and boiling water...fold ends over and repaet if necessary after leaving overnight.  Cleaning up my 8 reale that way...just do not add any other metals to the mixture.

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« Reply #11 on: March 08, 2016, 09:41:53 am »
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Does this work without a tumbler Cheesy

Yes, it works without a tumbler. Just use a plastic jar with a good lid. Put the coins in the jar and cover with vinegar and add a tablespoon or two of table salt, non iodized is preferable but not mandatory. slowly move the jar, coins and mixture around in all directions for 10 to 15 minutes (up to 45 minutes if you can but no longer) and you will be surprised how nice they come out. Rinse them with clean water as soon as they come out. The clad will have a sheen on them but completely spendable and acceptable. You can remove the sheen by repeating the process with only water and a drop or two of dishwashing soap but is not necessary. Be SURE to keep pennies separate from the other clad or they all will be pink.

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« Reply #12 on: March 08, 2016, 10:28:36 am »
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     Fact on Clad coins.  They are made with Nickle On Copper.  The same reason they come out of salt was all messed up is Acid.  I found clad coins that was nothing but a Nickle cover with a bit of Copper holding them together.     When you put ANY to Dissimulate Metals in a Acid or Base you start a Electrolysis Process.   A Battery.  It de pleats the metal of Ions  And sends it to the other  metal.   Like you can punch a copper rod and a Zinc rod in a Potato or Lemon and power a Radio. . 

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