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Average rating based on 3 review(s)

WOW! It's driven me crazy too, sometime its works sometime not, but in some cases it was led me to the result I could not dream about. Need to be patient and try, must have everyone who wants to achieve amazing results in repatination process. It's really art, thanks Kevin P.S. All strategies that were given by Matthew Gaul in previous review are realy works & useful for this solution, due to I'm found them by myself too.

Rated by Evgeny Ponomariov

It was used to repair a portion of coin where the patina was missing. Product worked very well and is well behaved. A useful addition to the tool box.

Rated by Darrell Rohde

Tricky stuff, like Kevin says. It's driven me crazy, but I love the results sometimes, so for the public interest here are some strategies I've used to make it actually come out green. 1: One day when you're going to be home all day, just leave the coin in the solution and check it every hour or two. 2: Soak a coin for however long. Then, take two dry paper towels and fold them over a few times. Good absorbent paper towels are better. Put the coin down on one, and pour some Jax on it, just saturating the paper towel immediately below the coin and leaving some Jax on top of the coin. Put the other paper towel on top, and then put something heavy on top of that. Leave this overnight.

Rated by Matthew Gaul
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