#1
does it really work as a cleaner for your guitar's body??
will it effect the finish? i've heard that it's not good for the neck, true??

ive heard about it but before i do it i wanted to check

thanks
#2
You should use lemon oil if anything. Not febreeze...
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#3
Instinct tells me to avoid using it. Febreze has a tonne of warnings about patch testing on certain materials. You're way better off using an actual lemon oil designed for cleaning a guitar. If you have a guitar you're not too fussy about the finish on though, feel free to buff up a square inch on the backside of the guitar to see if it does anything.

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#9
The last time I did this I just used a bit of Pledge. Regular lemon oil would be better though.

Personally, I can't be bothered to oil the fretboard It never really gets that grimy because I do wipe down the strings, etc. after I'm finished playing.
#10
Febreze isn't a cleaner. It's basically just an air freshener.

So I really don't think you should use it on your guitar.