Gold may be endlessly durable, but contact with skin, soap, and even air can cause the precious metal to lose its gleam over time. If your gold is not looking quite as nice as it did when you first brought it home from the gold dealer, watch this video clip for tips on reviving its luster.
The cleaning process discussed in this video clip involves common household items that you probably already have lying around the house, and it takes no more than 15 or 20 minutes to complete. Warm water, a soft-bristled toothbrush, a lint-free cloth, and a splash of dishwashing liquid are all you need to make your gold shine again.
Are you a resident of Gaithersburg, Arlington, or elsewhere in the greater Washington, D.C. area who is looking to sell recently cleaned gold coins or jewelry? If so, call Coins of the Realm at (301) 340-1640 to work with an honest gold dealer who will work to give you the most money for your gold.