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you don't worry about fingerprints showing up after you have stored your circulated coins? Copper coins will get damaged very quickly if nothing is done and i don't think you can avoid cause they are Circulated. I don't want to be spending all my time collecting coins to have them damaged because i can't remove the oil from fingers. I want my coins to last!!! I guess my real question is would a quick acetone dip help to stop or at the very least slow this process down. You guys say that dipping is fine to remove organic material so why shouldn't it work for this?

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I am no expert on this subject by far, but speaking from experiance :ninja: , I would not use acetone on copper coins. I tried this once and some came out ok, while most came out real streaky. Much worse than before the soak. Maybe I didn't do this right? Somebody more knowledgable on the subject may know why.

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