#1
Hello all, is there a special type of product I can use to clean my guitar, or should I just wipe it down with some tissues/paper towels every now and then? I keep it inside a case when I'm not playing, but it is still getting some dust on it here and there.
#2
I wipe all my guitars with microfiber cloths. It gets sweat and oil off the strings and neck and also picks up dust easily.
#3
If it's just dust, you can wipe it down with a cloth. I don't recommend tissues.

If it gets dirty/ sweaty, you can get some guitar cleaner (comes in a mist bottle) or just use a little bit of water.
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#4
I use a dry washcloth on individual strings after every time I play, even a quick swipe in between my sessions.
#5
microfiber cloth on the body to take off dust.

to get grime off the fretboard, rub it down with some lem oil (NOT LEMON OIL) every few months. unless it's a maple fretboard, then you really don't want to do that
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#6
I used to have a violin teacher who told me that a great way to clean lackered or varnished wood is by rubbing a freshly cut onion over it and then wiping off the residue with a damp cloth. He used to do this on his concert violin when he didn't have anything else available.

This guy used to play for our national symphonic orchestra and a jazz band on national radio. His violin was very expensive, so I suppose he must have known what he was doing.
#7
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I used to have a violin teacher who told me that a great way to clean lackered or varnished wood is by rubbing a freshly cut onion over it and then wiping off the residue with a damp cloth. He used to do this on his concert violin when he didn't have anything else available.

This guy used to play for our national symphonic orchestra and a jazz band on national radio. His violin was very expensive, so I suppose he must have known what he was doing.

yeah if you want your guitar smelling like onion.

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#8
Have you tried Dr Duck's Ax Wax?? - Seems to work well on my Aria acoustic and Washburn electric with no ill effects.