The list author says: "This is a list of the most required tools, equipment, and reference materials needed for someone that is interested in collecting U.S. coins. The items on this list and a membership in the American Numismatic Association (ANA), should give you a great start for this demanding hobby and profession. Check out air-tites, whitmanbooks, and wizardcoinsupply for more information."
"These books are the safest folders for your coins. Acid free paper, no sulfur, no PVC, no friction on surface of coin while you install or remove your coin. They are very inexpensive and are offered in a full range of type and denomination.
Use Air-tite w/ring coin holders for more valuable coins."
"This is one of the best ways to safely remove years of residue because of bad storage from your coin. By thoroughly removing corrosive particulate, you will ensure that it won't continue to damage the coin."
"A safe dip cleaner. This will not add an artificial tone to your coins.
This will only remove the natural tone of the coin and not discolor it, which in many cases will lower its value to most collectors. Research this type of cleaning before you do it. This is very risky. Natural tone can be beautiful or it can be ugly."