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    I am primarily a relic hunter, but I have found some coins that need to be cleaned. I have a few questions regarding this. First question: I know they make both coin and jewelry tumblers, but can you purchase a certain type that could be used for both eliminating the need for the purchase of two different tumblers? Any tips or info. regarding this would be most appreciated.
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    I use a standard rock tumbler from harbor freight, works great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by devldog View Post
    I am primarily a relic hunter, but I have found some coins that need to be cleaned. I have a few questions regarding this. First question: I know they make both coin and jewelry tumblers, but can you purchase a certain type that could be used for both eliminating the need for the purchase of two different tumblers? Any tips or info. regarding this would be most appreciated.

    You can use the same unit for both by simply changing the media,........

    or

    You can use a tumbler for coins,..... and a vibratory finisher for jewelry.


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    I use lemon juice and salt for coins but seperate the pennies I havent done jewelry yet but I think one tumbler could do both
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    Thanks for the replies.
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