#1
Is the Dunlop 65 polish cleaner, suitable for a Electric Rosewood fretboard?
#3
Use the Dunlop 01 Fingerboard Cleaner and Prep if you want to clean the fretboard and then use the Lemon Oil.
#4
Quote by bassmastamitch
Nooooooooooo. Get the yellow bottle labelled "ultimate lemon oil" http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/dunlop-fretboard-65-ultimate-lemon-oil


Nooooooo? Whyyyyyyy? I got that. But people say that it is a conditioner and technically not a cleaner?

Quote by Sputnik1
Use the Dunlop 01 Fingerboard Cleaner and Prep if you want to clean the fretboard and then use the Lemon Oil.


But why is it not possible to put the Dunlop 65 Polish cleaner on the fretboard?
#5
Quote by Jageetar
Nooooooo? Whyyyyyyy? I got that. But people say that it is a conditioner and technically not a cleaner?


But why is it not possible to put the Dunlop 65 Polish cleaner on the fretboard?

Most of those polishes are water based. Water + fretboard = bad time.
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#6
lemon oil or equivalent oil, lightly wiped on and off. don't soak it, a little bit goes a long way.

i only actually do mine on most guitars annually or maybe a little more often, but oil from your fingers playing over time can keep it balanced nicely for a while.
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