#1
I have 3 guitars w/ rosewood/ebony fretboards... Ibanez acoustic, Squier Strat, and a Schecter C-1 Classic... My fretboards get really dirty w/ this greenish buildup b/c i sweat a lot when i play... Is it okay to just use a cloth dampened w/ water to clean it when i change my strings? Some of my friends say never to use water on a guitar cuz it'll warp the wood. Just wondering what everyone's opinion is on this...
#4
Quote by TheAmericanRuse
try a wee bit of lemon oil.
i wouldn't recommend water.


Isn't lemon oil just for polishing and not cleaning?
#5
Dunlop sells that lemon oil in a bottle, its like 4 bucks. It cleans the fretboard really nice. Please do not use water!
I like Scotch...... Its good
#6
Quote by VanMaidenFan88
Isn't lemon oil just for polishing and not cleaning?


no, it cleans it too, man. really well.
#7
Quote by TheAmericanRuse
no, it cleans it too, man. really well.


Awesome! I bought a bottle of Kyser lemon oil last week, just wasn't sure if i could use it to clean as well as polish. Thanks for the info.