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I got my Eclipse this summer, and when I got it the fretboard was nicest, shiniest shade of black. I am planning on changing strings soon, and I want to clean it up a bit, what should I use for that? I have the Dunlop 65 polish, but would that work for fretboards?
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#2
Don't use polish. Just a clean soft cloth will be fine for cleaning, wipe the board down vigorously.
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not on ebony.
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not on ebony.



Why not? Directions say not to use on maple, which makes sense because the product would be really pointless to use on a finished surface.
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