#1
I don't feel like going out and getting those specific guitar polishing kits, so will regular ol' Pledge do the job?
#3
Should be fine on the neck if it's rosewood. I don't know if I'd put it on the body if it paint or polyurethane finish.
#4
No. Its not good for guitars at all.
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#5
don't even think about it. just get some dedicated guitar polish dude. its only like 5quid
#6
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I don't feel like going out and getting those specific guitar polishing kits, so will regular ol' Pledge do the job?



you dont want to introduce silicone to your guitar.

like said, polish for finished surfaces.
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#7
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Should be fine on the neck if it's rosewood. I don't know if I'd put it on the body if it paint or polyurethane finish.

No. NO. NO!


Do not put Pledge or similar products on your guitar. Anywhere. Get guitar polish or go home.
#8
absolutely not.

are you really going to put something to get god knows what on your floors where you walk every day with all your man weight on your pride and joy guitar ?

come on man think. i would rather use water. but if you feel the need, grad some guitar polish or something else used for musical instruments (im sure violin polish ir whatever does the same thing and doesnt harm those instruments)
#9
It's about as okay as choosing to wash with acid instead of soap.
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