REMEMBER Exercise care
when using any electrical items. Always follow the instructions on the packet when using chemicals and flammable substances.
finds will need it. To clean further, you need a small plastic container, lunch box
style will be fine. Cover the bottom of the container with kitchen foil and put in half a teaspoon of washing soda. Place the artefact or coin on top of the kitchen foil,
cover with boiling water and leave to cool. Remove the item and clean again in warm soapy water with a soft toothbrush.
Always clean and preserve your finds as soon as possible after finding them. Why not mount them in a
display case for others to see?
Wash in warm soapy water. Clean any lettering on a coin, or filigree on an artefact,
using a soft toothbrush, and dry off. For a final polish, dip artefacts in jewellery cleaner for 1 minute, wash in warm soapy water and dry off. Polish with a soft cloth.
DO NOT dip gold COINS in jewellery cleaner, or polish them.
As with gold, wash and clean in warm soapy water and dry off. Further cleaning may not be necessary,
however, most detecting
The battery powered spin dri:ve toothbrush is ideal for cleaning loose contamination off filigree, and from around the lettering on coins and medals. The spinning brush
removes it without effort. It is brilliant. For a final polish, dip artefacts in silver dip for 1 minute, wash in warm soapy water and dry off. Polish with a soft cloth.
DO NOT dip silver COINS in silver dip, or polish them.