#1
Hi guys

Recommend me a product for cleaning and feeding my rosewood fretboard on my Jackson. Some thing affordable, so no mystical drops of Dragon tears that can only be found in the rings of Saturn at the cost of £9million a drop.

I am currently browsing this page: http://www.jim-dunlop.co.uk/products/category/708.1.4.3.42078.0.0.0.0

I dont know what other brands are good.

hows this: http://www.jim-dunlop.co.uk/products/productdetail/Fretboard+Ultimate+Lemon+Oil+%28Formula+65%29/part_number=6554/708.1.4.3.42078.0.0.0.0?pp=20&
Last edited by jkielq91 at Aug 27, 2011,
#2
I use Planet Waves lemon oil to clean the fretboard. It says it also helps to extend the wood's life. I sometimes use it for making the strings slip better, when they start getting old.

Try it, it also smells great, but don't drink it :p
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#3
Lemon or orange oil works well. If you get cleaning stuff for wooden furniture it should work on your guitar as well.
#5
Should cost around 5 pounds, but it lasts quite a while.
Ibanez RG821 + Ibanez TS9
Peavey Vypyr 30 + Sanpera

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#9
Quote by jkielq91
Im not sure I'd be able to go into a shop and ask for PLANET WAVES GRIFFBRETTREINIGER

haha

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are there any that I must avoid?

You can order it by Thomann.
#11
It´s called Planet Waves fret board conditioner, lemon oil, they both do the trick.