The fiber GlassMagic new and exciting addition to your arsenal of cleaning room! The magic behind this pencil is the safety glass fiber core (it is safe because it does not create splinters). Fiberglass is a hard, but breakable. It's harder than a lot of dirt you find on coins and non-cleaned, but softer than metal and as sweet as most patinas. What this amounts to is a tool that can be pressed hard enough without damaging your coins or their patina! An additional advantage of this pen is that the point will come to you very strong, and with careful and diligent sharpeningtechniques, sharpness can be preserved. This piece is useful crusts on a bit harder than the original pencils and magic beautiful, but not as hard as Scalpel Pen. It is also handy for cleaning in complete safety and silver money, although caution should be used (and it could leave shinny spots, but it should not damage the part unless you press extra hard ). It may be more useful in a kind of intermediate cleaning, where we want to leave a little dirt or working on a soft patina. A good example of this type of cleaning is the beloved "patina desert" where the soil is left to highlight the details. As the point is sharpened adequately, may also be used for precision work very safely. As you may know, there are dangers associated with working and touch the normal fiberglass, ie fragments which break off and become lodged in your skin, bursts that are very irritating and difficult to remove. THIS PENCIL will not do! Other 'fiberglass blades "and" fiberglass pens "do, but this pen is specially designed to have all the advantages of fiberglass with no side effects! What you're left with is an excellent cleaning tool that is safe for the coin and yourself! Also, if you like fiberglass brushes, but I hate these chips, I invite you to try our Magic Pencil brush cleaning, he does everything a fiberglass brush will do and more, without side effects.
As with any cleaning method, it is best not to inhale the dust created by the coins or pencils themselves. It is also a good idea to wash your hands after cleaning the parts, especially with fiberglass.
A note on sharpening: Use the small hole to remove the part of wood. This should only be done when the point has become too dull to sharpen. It should also be done with extra care because the chips that come off with wood can be dangerous when handling, so it's best to avoid them. Then use sandpaper to refine the tip. I recommend placing the flat edge of the sandpaper and pulling the pencil toward you while rotating the pencil in a circular motion (you should practice it.
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