Also in echt jetzt Geld wäscht. Dieser Service ist ja nun nicht so weit verbreitet.
In 1938, the hotel St. Francis in San Francisco began washing all its coins as a courtesy to guests -particularly women who wore white gloves. Back then, it was a full-time job, since coins could pay for about anything. Now Rob Holsen continues the custom, but almost 80 years later, it only takes about ten hours a week, because people don’t use coins as much. Still, the hotel has the cleanest coins anywhere.