#1
When I restring, how can I clean my fretboard, is there anything I should use?
#3
Gibson makes an excelent fretboard conditioner, and it's not really expensive, you sholud try it
#4
I use lemon oil and a soft microfiber cloth for my fretboards. Don't use too much, maybe 2-3 sprays on a cloth for the entire fretboard. I buy it from Guitar Center for like $6-7. I've had the same bottle for a couple years now, and I have 6 guitars that I use it with.
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#5
what the first question that somebody asked what wood his fretboard is.

maple? rosewod? Ebony? most guitars are one of the three.
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#6
Regular cleaning for either rosewood, ebony or maple shouldn't require more than a nice cloth and a bit of water, I use distilled.

For conditioning, once or twice a year depending on your climate, lemon oil is alright for rosewood, but recently I went with linseed oil and the look is much nicer. Less of an oily sheen and more a deep glow. And a little goes a long way.
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#7
What is the best way to clean the fretboard without buying anything?
#8
its pretty cheap and will last a long time. the linseed oil lasts forever. i have had it at least 5 years, and a fleet of ~25 guitars.

aren't your guitairs valuable enough to spend <$10 on something to clean/condition your guitar's fretboard.?
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#9
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What is the best way to clean the fretboard without buying anything?


then nothing... ignore the grime and put new strings on. Or dampen your t-shirt and wipe them off running parallel to the frets trying to avoid any pre-stains on said t-shirt, then put new strings on.
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