#1
So I have a Stagg L350 Les Paul which has a finished hard maple set neck.
What is the easiest way to clean off finger marks from the glossy finish?
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#2
wipe it down with a lint free cloth. if you want to restore some shiny-ness, invest in some guitar polish. i have some gibson polish i use on my black acoustic, and that stuff makes it shine like new. if you want crud off the neck, a cloth is your best bet. its going to get covered in fingerprints anyway, seeing as you use your fingers to play, so i don't see too much point in getting it perfectly clean anyway.
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#3
What he said, also don't make two threads in less than 30 minutes, just incorporate both questions in one.
#5
yea dont use an alchohol wipe... it will dry out the wood...
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#6
It probably has a polyurethane coating so you should be able to use just about anything to clean it. I use the gibson pump polish too. Works nice for cleaning off finger goo.
#7
The Ernie Ball polish works well for me and comes with a nice big lint-free cloth. $5 on Amazon or Musician's Friend.