#1
Hey, I'm not sure if this is the right thread to post this in so sorry if it isn't.

I have a Takamine EG511 with a satin finish. I just noticed something on the back of the guitar that appeared to be a smudge of chocolate (I have no idea how it got there, I don't even eat chocolate lol) But i wiped most of it off and now there's only a thin residue left. I was wondering what the best way to remove that residue was. I was going to just take a damp cloth and try to gently scrub it off but I want to make sure that i don't hurt the finish or anything. Would I be able to safely do that? Or is there another method I should use? Any suggestions and help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
#2
Water will be fine.




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#5
I wouldn't treat the guitar like it's the Queen's cutlery. I sand the finish off all my guitars, body and neck! But that's just me. Guitars are for playing, not polishing I say.