#1
Not 100% sure this is the right place to be asking but I have an ebony fretboard that gets pretty gunked up with "hand cheese". So far I've just been using kitchen roll to wipe it off every time I change strings but this takes far too long!
I've read about using mineral oil to clean it off but I figured I'd ask if anyone knows a good one before I rush out and buy something potentially useless.
Thanks in advance for any help!

P.S. Yes, I do wash my hands but when you play 4 - 5 hours a day the fretboard still gets pretty dirty.
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#2
Mineral oil, rubbing alcohol, lemon wipes work wonders for me.
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#4
+1 on Dunlop 65, for all cleaning needs (they sell a couple products)
#5
a glasses cleaner works a treat like those soft hankerchief things you get from specsavers or optical express
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#6
Go with lemon oil. Not Pledge furniture spray, but a bottle of actual lemon oil. It treats the fretboard naturally and cleans all the grime built up around and between the frets. It works great.