#1
okay, so i have searched and haven't found too much as to what i could do.

today i was on kijiji and found a Jasmine by Takamine S34C on sale used for $60. Long story short i ended up getting it for $40. mind you it is used and has its fair share of scratches, it plays great. low action, no buzz, and once i get a new set of strings i'm sure it will play like new.

however, the previous owner had drawn a weed leaf under the bridge in pen, and it doesn't seem to want to come off. i was wondering what is the best way to clean the body of my guitar in this situation. i don't want to ruin the finish at all.

if cleaning does not work, i can always throw a sticker over the old drawing, however i would rather clean it first. this is also just a campfire guitar, so it doesn't have to be perfect, but any info will help me lots.

Thanks in advance.
#3
Quote by ferguson911
Sand it........ if it doesnt have to be perfect! that'll get the weed off!


While sanding it will damage the finish a bit, I figure using very fine sandpaper is about the best you can do. At least that I can think of, as well.
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#6
heard about really low grade steel wool? try some of tht. anything to clean it ae