#1
Sorry if this is the wrong place, but I just need a quick answer. All I'm wondering is if there is anything that I can use to clean my neck/fretboard/strings that is common around the house.
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#2
A credit card will remove the grind, then apply lemon oil for the fretboard. For the strings just take a cloth and wipe them, maybe even give them a little soap (I like to put some soap on them) and for the body, just use what you would use for a car... but beware of the electronics and make sure to clean it well.
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#3
Well, not the strings, but the neck/frets can be cleaned with Old English wood polish. Just make sure and wipe it off really good.
#4
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#5
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Well, not the strings, but the neck/frets can be cleaned with Old English wood polish. Just make sure and wipe it off really good.


Ok ill see if i have any..

I dont have lemon oil though..
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OT: I heard furniture polish for wood would be good for the body.
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Last edited by Andrea55 at May 27, 2011,
#7
Use a Q-tip for the hard to reach areas (behind the frets etcetera).
Also, rubbing alcohol works miracles on the strings.
The tip about wood polish is also a good one, if you have any in your house that is.
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