4 in 1 Polishing Cloth – #LS132

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Keep Your Coins Looking Their Best with  a 4-in-1 Polishing Cloth

Now your circulated coins can look almost as good as the uncirculated with this specially designed 100% cotton, 13 3/4" square polishing cloth.  It has four sections, each ideal for use on a certain type of medal.  The sections are all a different color and are clearly labeled with a small tag.  The dark gray section is for silver, the orange is for gold and platinum, the red is for copper and brass,  and the light gray is for polishing or buffing.  Each section contains less than 5% of an additive specially chosen to clean and polish that particular medal.  Use the cloth dry for most coins, but for heavily stained or otherwise discolored items, dampen the appropriate section then buff dry with the light gray part of the cloth.  Send for yours today and give your coin collection the facelift it deserves.
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Now your circulated coins can look almost as good as the uncirculated with this specially designed 100% cotton, 13 3/4" square polishing cloth.  It has four sections, each ideal for use on a certain type of medal.  The sections are all a different color and are clearly labeled with a small tag.  The dark gray section is for silver, the orange is for gold and platinum, the red is for copper and brass,  and the light gray is for polishing or buffing.  Each section contains less than 5% of an additive specially chosen to clean and polish that particular medal.  Use the cloth dry for most coins, but for heavily stained or otherwise discolored items, dampen the appropriate section then buff dry with the light gray part of the cloth.  Send for yours today and give your coin collection the facelift it deserves.