Coin Cleaning Kit > 8 oz Mint State cleaner + 7 oz Renaissance Wax + 2 Brushes
This auction is for an ancient coin cleaning kit which includes the following:
One 8 ounce Mint State Restoration Coin Cleaner
One 7 ounce can of Renaissance Wax
One Brass and Nylon Brush Combo
The coins in the photos in this auction were cleaned with Mint State Restoration Ancient Bronze Cleaner.
I also sell a kit with 4 ounce Mint State and a 2.25 ounce Renaissance wax + brushes in my store.
Clean you bronze coins or artifacts with Mint State Restoration, brushing between 15 to 30 minute soakings. Once cleaned, just rinse them with soap and water and dry them off. Then apply a light coat of Renaissance Wax to preserve the patina on your coins. It is that simple to prepare your coins and artifacts for long term storage or display!
Renaissance Wax is a man made micro-crystalline wax that was developed in the 1960's by The British Museum to preserve artifacts. Need I say more? It has hundreds of uses which include preservation of bronze and iron artifacts. A full set of directions will be included with both the Mint State Restoration and the Renaissance Wax products in this auction.
The Facts About Mint State Cleaner
| Through word of mouth and fantastic customer reviews, Mint State is now
the #1 coin cleaner available online. That's because it really works!
Please feel free to ask questions, any time.
All-Natural, Non-Toxic Ingredients
Conceived and developed as an alternative to harsh, toxic chemical and
expensive cleaners, Mint State uses a combination of natural cleaning
ingredients, perfectly blended to clean quickly and effectively, without
damaging your coins. The formula for Mint State was tested thoroughly
using real coins by experts in numismatics and ancient artifact
restoration. I personally spent hundreds of hours perfecting the formula
on thousands of coins, test strips, and whatever else I could
find. The result is a cleaner that is like no other: Non-toxic, very
powerful, yet gentle on the eyes (eye appeal of the coin).
There are no man-made toxic chemicals in Mint State cleaner. Every single
ingredient comes from materials that were carefully
selected and tested individually in order to create the perfect
conditions for cleaning, or "Mint State." Pretty much every coin cleaner
out there contains hazardous, highly toxic ingredients that can harm
your coins, harm people and pets, and wreak havoc on the global
environment; particularly water sources. I am not necessarily an
"environmentalist," but if there is an alternative, I believe it is our
responsibility to make choices that do the least harm.
Mint State works fast, effectively, and can be used again and again
Have you tried other cleaners in the past, only to be disappointed by
bleached-out coins, or completely ineffective solutions? I am sometimes
impatient about discovering a coin's identity, and believe me, I have
tried every loony coin cleaning scheme in the book! I have laid waste to
quite a few nice coins, believe me.
Harsh, toxic chemicals, machine tools, and scrubbing will certainly clean coins - so
well that you usually end up with a round piece of unidentifiable
worthless metal. Plus, most coin cleaners only work once, using all
their effectiveness up and becoming inert. That can get expensive very
fast. And what about electrolysis? Sure, if you want coins that look
like they've been blasted with bird shot, just electrify a bowl of water
and drop your valuables in! What about Olive Oil? (Popeye's GF?) You
may have also tried using olive oil - soaking your coins for weeks or
months, years even - only to find them darkened, with hardly any actual
results. It's easy to pick out those coins online - just look for the
black tone and smoothed down details. This method is admittedly better
than overkill, but falls short of truly restoring a coin.
Please! Leave the olive oil in the kitchen, safely store the industrial
grade acid, unplug the electrified water and put down that sand blaster!
Give your coins a Mint State environment to get them clean.
Mint State works, Guaranteed.
Mint State is guaranteed to perform as described on bronze, brass, and
copper coins, or your money back. I use Mint State exclusively on my
ancient coins, and know it is absolutely the best product
available. And I'm not alone. Over 100 coin collectors from around the
world tested Mint State and reported back their impressions. Every
single one agreed that it is unsurpassed in helping to remove dirt,
corrosion, and verdigris safely and beautifully preserve and restore
natural color. Don't waste any more time or money on the same old
cleaning methods. If you want to get your coins cleaned quickly,
correctly, and safely, then you want Mint State.
Please try my product. You will not be disappointed.
Thank You So Much!
What others have said...|
adam,,,thanks much...i've tryed numerous cleaning solutions and i have
to say that yours is by far the best..actually, better put
"unbelieveable" compared to others and i will be purchasing more
soon..i'll also metion it to my little group of collectors..THANKS
Here are some comments from people who purchased Mint State:
AWESOME SELLER AWESOME PRODUCT IT REALLY WORKS GREAT THANKS
Nice effective Copper coin cleaner and super fast service, thanks!Fast shipping!!
Great product, hope to do alot of buying here!!
NICE ITEM. FAST SHIPPING. RECOMMEND SELLER TO OTHER BUYERS/BIDDERS A+A+A+A+A+
Works very well! Well described and shipped quickly, a very good transaction.
GREAT PRODUCT FAST DELIVERY
Goods as described with good delivery times. Thank you
I read the page about how well it work, but I had no idea- INCREDIBLE!
DIRECTIONS FOR USE COME WITH EVERY SHIPMENT, BUT JUST IN CASE YOU LOSE THEM... |
NOTE: IT IS NOT ADVISABLE TO USE THIS OR ANY OTHER CLEANER ON MODERN COINS (FOR EXAMPLE, WHEAT PENNIES) UNLESS YOU ARE EXPERIENCED WITH COIN RESTORATION. ALWAYS TEST ON AN INEXPENSIVE PIECE BEFORE USING ON VALUABLE ITEMS.
Shake well before pouring. Using a plastic or glass container, pour an amount sufficient to submerse your coins in about a centimeter of the liquid. Let coins soak for about 15 minutes, then look at each coin and check what effect has occurred. The coin type (bronze or copper), and the level of dirt and verdigris will determine how long to soak. For copper coins, look for signs of tarnish removal, which can occur fairly quickly. Make sure not to leave copper soaking for too long, or you run the risk of removing the patina. For bronze coins, dirt and verdigris are the predominant issues, and typically require longer soaks. Check bronze every 6 hours or so, making sure to watch for signs that the cleaner has penetrated to the coin surface. Coins with especially heavy dirt, corrosion, and verdigris should be removed and cleaned with a soft brass brush after a 24-hour soak, then placed back in the solution until the desired effect is achieved.
TIPS and TRICKS: For lighter cleaning and patina saving/restoration, it is important not to allow the solution to settle, as it will become highly acidic towards the bottom of the container. For heavy duty cleaning (removing corrosion, verdigris), let the solution settle for an hour or so before dropping the coins in. Make sure the coin being cleaned is exposed to both sides, either by turning during the soaking process, or by placing it in a way that will allow both sides to be exposed to the solution. While the coins are soaking, it often helps to stir a little to help loosen dirt. This is especially effective for coins with verdigris. Also, keep a lid on the container while you soak coins. This will help prevent evaporation. Copper coins sometimes turn a pinkish color after soaking for extended periods of time, which may not be desirable. To restore patina to a copper coin, place it in the soaking tray along with a coin that has verdigris (green corrosion) on it. Soak the coin for about an hour, then remove, but don’t rinse it off immediately. After about 24 hours, you should see some of the patina return. Another way to get the color to return after soaking is to slightly heat the coin evenly, until reddish color returns. If you overheat, then you’ll need to dip the coin in the cleaner for a few seconds and try again. Mint State works to loosen dirt, corrosion, and verdigris from dirty coins, however, it is still necessary to wipe or lightly scrub residue from the coin’s surface. Use a toothbrush or soft brass brush with dish soap under running water. This will also help remove residual cleaner from the coin’s surface.
PRECAUTIONS: MS Clean is non-toxic and contains no chemicals; however, that does not mean you should ingest it or get it in your eyes! This product is very acidic, which is why it works so well, so be sure to rinse out with water if it does get into your eyes. Wash skin with soap and water after use, and be sure to keep the bottle closed when not in use.