Cleaning Without Chemicals
Rock&Gem Magazine|January 2021
Do you have specimens like desert roses, quartz crystal clusters, or geode halves that sat for eons in the open before being collected?

If so, those specimens probably have baked-in dirt, grime, desert varnish, or encrustations from moss and lichens. Scrub as much as you may with a toothbrush and pick away with a dental pick, yet grime remains lodged within cracks and crevices of mineral and crystal structures. What to do?

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