Today, we will show you tips on how to remove rust from silver coins. Silver coins have become a favorite collection to some people. To make sure that your collection look neat, rust-free and sparkling all the time, we recommend that you try some of the options that we have below. We will give you two rust removal options. The first one will be all about the traditional rust removal practice while the second option introduces a one-touch and very easy removal process. Take a look:
Doing it the old natural way:
Estimated time duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours
You will need vinegar, a glass dish, distilled water, lint free cloth and vinegar.
1.First, you will need to fill a small bowl with white vinegar.
2.Place the silver coins on the vinegar. Allow it to sit for one hour.
3.Remove the coins from the vinegar. Brush them gently using a soft-bristle toothbrush so you can remove all the rust stains which have loosened.
4.Use distilled water to rinse the silver coins. Take note that any additives in tap water may affect the coins.
5.Finish off by drying the coins using a lint-free fabric. Be gentle when doing so. If rust remain, repeat the entire process over and over again until all spots finally disappear.
The modern way:
Estimated time duration: Less than 10 minutes
All you will need is an effective rust product like the Rusterizer. That’s all – no more, no less.
1.Simply spray the Rusterizer directly on the rusty coins.
2.Watch and get yourself amazed. The rust spots will disappear in a few minutes without wiping or scrubbing!
For more information check out our rust removal advice section and be the first to testify!