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    Cleaning Your Concentrates - Video on Final Cleaning

    You can skip the part in the video about the Multi Sluice and go to the final panning.
    That point is about 12:30 in the video.
    This is the ONE THING I teach and focus on when doing classes at outings etc.
    I REALLY tried to get the "feel" of this method and technique across the best I could.
    Once you learn it... it really will change you life in regards to panning and finishing
    your cons. It works REALLY well on very fine gold.
    Hope it helps.
    Doc

    Gold Hog Sluice Matting and Highbankers www.GoldHog.com

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    Nice video, Doc. It does look easy. One point, though. When using in an area with platinum (osmium, iridium, palladium), save what looks like lead. It might not be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuberale View Post
    Nice video, Doc. It does look easy. One point, though. When using in an area with platinum (osmium, iridium, palladium), save what looks like lead. It might not be.
    For us... it's just redneck birdshot.


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    Nice video, I have that same scale

    Note for those learning the technique Doc is demonstrating: classify further than he did for an easier time tapping. His material was all -30...by separating out the -50 or -60 material, you'll have to do the process twice but it's much easier and faster.

    Also, did you notice how he uses his fingers and when done touching the material, he taps his fingers in the water? This keeps your gold in the pan instead of sticking to your finger

 

 

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