#1
I just need suggestions for what to use to clean my guitar occasionally to keep it in exceptional condition. What would I use to clean the body, fret board, and bridge?
#3
Dr. Ducks Axwax

Its a great polish, and very healthy for the wood on your fretboard and finish.

6.99 a bottle, and it will last you about a year and a half. A dab will do ya.

Do some research on it.
#4
i also use the dunlop 65 for the body.. but it depends on what kind of guitar you got, electric, acoustic etc... what i also do is cleaning the frets evers time i change strings, i use a dunlop fret conditioner whateveryoucallit, dunno what other possibilities there are. and if you have sweaty hands you should wipe the guitar neck and fretboard with a cloth after playing
#5
just a quick question,

I've been using steel-wool to clear the grease off the fretboard on my acoustic Steel string guitar, I find that the steel wool gets rid of the grease very well, and doesnt seem to be marking the wood at all, will this damage my guitar?
#6
Fender guitar care kit.
Luna Andromeda dragon bass
Schecter Omen Extreme
Fender strat
Fender Labrea electic/acoustic
Peavey tour 450
Peavey tour 410/115
Galien-kruger Backline 600
Black Heart BH15h
Gibson Les Paul gold top (Knock off)
#7
Windex, I can't help it, I'm homeless.

In all seriousness, those Dunlop thingamaliquids are good, I use one myself. I'm not really sure what everyday polish you'd normally use on household appliances would work on a guitar, guaranteed someone will mention one though.
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#8
both good products listed above, i use lemon oil on fretboards(rosewood and ebony) never use it on maple.

on plated hardware i use a dry cloth and elbow grease( a bit hard to find these days but relatively cheap) and for nooks and crannies a dry cotton swab.