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This finely woven, fleecy cleaning cloth with its 4 zones is truly multitalented!It removes dirt with ease on silver, gold, platinum, brass and copper and leaves your coins, medals and decorations bright and shiny again.

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This finely woven, fleecy cleaning cloth with its 4 zones is truly multitalented!It removes dirt with ease on silver, gold, platinum, brass and copper and leaves your coins, medals and decorations bright and shiny again. The trick: Each part of the cloth is suitable for another material and is accordingly impregnated with different additives. The cloth is of course also perfect for cleaning jewelry, watches and cutlery. Material: 100 % cotton. Overall size: 350 x 350 mm (13 3/4 x 13 3/4″).

IMPORTANT: We do not recommend polishing “proof” or “proof-like” coin imprints! In order to preserve their condition, these types of coins should remain untouched. For objects that are unsuitable for polishing using a polishing cloth, we recommend the LEUCHTTURM cleaning baths and electrical cleaning devices.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 19.5 × 13.5 × 0.05 cm


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