#1
My guitar neck has a satin finish which I simply love. But after some time of playing, the finish became closer to a gloss finish, which is normal because skin is naturally greasy. Is there a product I can use to clean it up and restore the satin finish to its original condition?
Jbab
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#3
my Fx260 has that satin finish, i find just wiping the neck with a clean shirt or whatever brings it back to the orignil feel however yours might be more worn in
#4
Yeah, wipping it didn't do much... But it doesn't look like the finish is worn, it's more like a coat of oil or something
Jbab
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#5
it sounds like you've effectively oil-finished your guitars neck (using human oil). you could certainly try gutiar cleaners (dunlop and GFS make some good ones), but i suspect you may be stuck (this happened to my acoustic... was there till i wore through the finish). if it doesnt affect you're playing too much, id say just leave it alone
#6
I would just wipe it with a damp cloth and leave it. You could use a little fine steel wool on it and then wipe it down. It wont damage it and should bring it back to the satin feel.
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