#1
so im restringing and i havent really ever cleaned my fretboard cause i havent been playing all that long. so what should i use? its on my explorer's fretboard.

thanks.
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#2

So it's rosewood? You can spray lemon oil (not lemon juice) on it, and then scrub it with an old toothbrush. This is what I do with mine every few months.

But only use lemon oil if it's rosewood. (If it's an Explorer, I'm 99% sure it is.)
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#3
Quote by biga29

So it's rosewood? You can spray lemon oil (not lemon juice) on it, and then scrub it with an old toothbrush. This is what I do with mine every few months.

But only use lemon oil if it's rosewood. (If it's an Explorer, I'm 99% sure it is.)



it is rosewood, ill try that. i also heard somthing about steel wool?
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#4
Quote by diceksox1809
it is rosewood, ill try that. i also heard somthing about steel wool?


For the frets, if you want to smooth them up or something, then sure. Just make sure that you don't get any in the pickups. I would recommend fine sandpaper for the frets, though.
#5
Use the absolute finest gauge of steel wool you can get. Don't use the stuff that's in your sink.