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Milk Spots on Silver! Why? And which coin are most likely to spot?
How to remove Milk Spots and Fingerprints from Silver Coins
Spots (SPOTS) Reviews & Critics
- Why do people decide to stay ignorant about milk spots. A quick google search will inform you that those are spots made of borax that came from the crucible (It's added during the melting process). They do not grow over time, this is simply misinformed/ignorant babble. The only things that happen over time is tarnish from sulfur in the air (or organic compounds containing sulfur), which causes the silver to turn black. Or reacting to pvc, this causes an obvious bright green color. Every silver stacker should know these things by now because it only took me like 30 seconds to find these quite useful facts.
- Hello Wolverine, Which coins are milk spot resistant? what do you think?
- My stack consists mainly PERTH MINT I may pay MORE for a coin ,but the I'd rather be safe than sorry! Not to mention that THE QUALITY IS 2nd TO NONE...
- I have a lot of maple leafs, various years, and none of them have any spots. They're beautiful, .9999 silver, and cost less than others .999 silver.