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Old 09-14-2018, 10:06 PM
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I guess I never talked about this. In my ultrasonic tank, I always use plain old water. I use zip lock bags to do the actual cleaning, with whatever cleaning solution and coins in the bag. Then I use clothespins to hook the ziplock bags to the side of the basket. Heat up as high as it can go. Vinegar and salt works great, but anything used in normal coin cleaning should work. Stuff like jewelry cleaner, simple green, orange cleaner, etc. There is commercially available clean coiner that I'm going to order and try with that. But plain old mortans table salt and vinegar is always a winner.
"clean coiner" sounds like something I would say.
Thanks, I'll try a few things, and see what works...when I get time.
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Old 09-14-2018, 10:47 PM
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"clean coiner" sounds like something I would say.
Thanks, I'll try a few things, and see what works...when I get time.
Hahahahaha, must be dementia setting on, because I gave the booze up 2 years ago
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