I remember when I was a kid looking for a good untouched gold spot. We'd lower a big sluice box
off a 200 ft cliff down in some hole in the river, then find a good patch of black sand and work our
asses off in a bucket brigade, and come home with about an ounce of gold. That was back when it
was worth only $18.00 and ounce, or $9.00 apiece for the two of us - hardly worth it! But at today's
prices, different story. But gold is valuable, so I too use gold toner heated, and only the min amt
necessary to actually do the job in solution. I bought an extra bottle last yr in anticipation of the
spike in gold pricing, but notice that gold chloride itself has barely risen in price. No need to raid
Fort Knox.