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Not sure where best to post this, but...

Johnson Products uses and recommends Nevr-Dull for polishing coins and coin gaffs. Viking Magic also recommends Nevr Dull for its precision brass products (e.g., Nest of Boxes).

Rings-N-Things, on the other hand, swears by MAAS Metal Polish for its own metal products.

So for shining up copper, brass, silver, or clad coins (or cups, or rings, or rice bowls, or Zombie balls, or other items), are these two polishes equally suitable or equally ideal? Is one better than the other, perhaps, for different metals?

Are there pros and cons for each, or are they basically equivalent?
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Nevr-Dull leaves an oil film on the coin, which is a problem for some users. Not me. It is a really good product.

I am not familiar with MAAS.

However, "Mothers Mag & Aluminum Polish" is excellent. Approximately $8 to $10 USD 10oz(283g).
It works on ALL metals. You will find it anywhere car parts are sold.
I used it today to shine up my fake morgans. Now they look like they're worth $1200 instead of $4.

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