Use at your own discretion?
I don't think that would be a good idea.... Cheers, RickO
Well, the fourth bullet point should be the first. IMO a mint should not encourage coin cleaning. Peace Roy
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A coin cleaning cloth. Friggin beaver is in tears and cringing in the corner with the safe full of his coins.
Here here buddy, I promise I won’t ever use such foolishness.
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At least they said to be used gently on circulated coins with care and do not use on proof coins, I won't use on "any" coin regardless of what it was.
Brillo pad costs a little more.
Not only does this company supply coin cleaning cloths, they have a dip solution. But with a warning: (not for cupronickel coins!)
That is just a bit unbelieveable in this day and time of the hobby.
While I do not know the specifics, I believe that Leuchtturm is somehow related to 'Lighthouse Publications'.
The 'Lighthouse Publications' website does a relatively better job of explain WHEN the "coin polishing cloth" should be used.
"IMPORTANT: The polishing cloth is perfect for ''´used'' coins from circulation. However, ancient or proof coins as well as any coins that may be submitted for grading should generally be cleaned or altered in any way. Please consult a reputable coin dealer for professional advice."Source
(Yes, I noticed the missing "not". As in, "should generally (NOT) be cleaned or altered in any way".)
Enough of this silliness. We’ll get to work! 😉🦫🙀