#1
Hey guys,

Anyone got some cheap DIY guitar cleaning tips? Don't want to pay $15 for some lemon oil ala Dunlop.

What are your secrets?
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#2
Seriously?

The Dunlop bottles will last you at least a year a piece.
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#3
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Seriously?

The Dunlop bottles will last you at least a year a piece.


Agreed. That is stupidism for trying to save 15$ from neck cleaning...
Last edited by Laterr at Nov 17, 2012,
#4
I've had my oils for two years. Totally worth the 20$ for the cleaning kit!!
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#5
you should really buy the lemon oil from Dunlop, it's worth. i got my bottle in february 2010 and it's still 85% full, i always clean the neck with it when i change my strings and i change them nearly every month
#6
I would much sooner use Naptha to clean the fretboard and mineral oil to condition it, but that's only because I already have those things. For someone who's not going to use that stuff for other things, then it's not really a worthwhile investment. However, if you already have a zippo lighter and some baby oil lying around, it's the same thing.
#7
Lemon oil is mineral oil with lemon scent, baby oil is also fragranced mineral oil. Mineral oil is all you need, but baby/lemon oil do the same.