vinigar and baking soda can wash pennies or any coin. put it in a jar, and put a cup of each then shake, shake, shake! it should come out clean!
There are a number of different projects a student can do for the science fair. Some classics include building a working volcano or growing a potato hydroponically. For other ideas, a simple internet search should yield useful results.
tide cleans grass and food stains better
A sanitiser cleans and kills germs.
Bleach does, and generally strong chemicals do.
Extreme heat...boil the water.
Probably some student's science fair blog. Search it on Google. Frankly, I don't think any serious research has been done on that topic.
Most likely Citrus such as lemon or orange.
I am doing this as a science fair project and I really need to find out how milk cleans pennies. Thanks.
apple juice... I did that as a science fair project
I'm about to do a science project on this subject. This is the exact question I ask, which toothpate cleans your teeth the best? Well I'm about to find out. If I remember to say I'll "type" back. crest is the best
It cleans it, but Lime Juice does it even better. My brother did the science project. A better question, however, is what are the effects of coke on a full t-bone steak? In 3 days, all the meat from the steak is gone.
Ordinary soap that is not powder is an example of a household product that one can use to clean a car
To transport blood with waste product to the various organs of the body that cleans it up.
On what product? Clorox will clean crap out of glasses and off dishes. I think water would take out that product stain,.
No, different metals require different types of cleaners.
Lemon juice and salt can clean a dirty penny alsovinegar and salt