#1
Howdy (:

I have 2 guitars (Yamaha APX500II (acoustic) and Epiphone LP Tribute Plus (electric)) with a rosewood fingerboard. If I want to clean these fingerboards using Dunlop Lemon Oil 65, what cloth should I use? Can I use this one: http://www.tonefactory.nl/fender-genuine-factory-shop-cloth?gclid=CMOw0b3q5sICFWfkwgodj7wAmA (Fender factory microfiber cloth) or should I use a different one?

Thank you in advance!
Last edited by xMusicGirlx at Dec 27, 2014,
#2
Honestly, that microfiber cloth is expensive and overkill for this particular task.

I'd suggest "piece of old t-shirt."
#3
Anything will do tbh, although if you want a cheap lint-free cloth then you can use the ones you get in opticians to polish glasses with.
#4
Agree with dspellman, I've ripped up some old jeans that were too big or too torn. I use those for guitar's body cleaning. For the fretboard I use some cheap cloth, like ripped t-shirts or something like that, and then for wiping off the oil I use just regular ki t c h e n towels...
Is that a curse word.. seriously?

Want the answer why it'd be a total waste? Tip! You throw the cloth out THAT HAS ANY oil on it. It's flammable.
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Last edited by Sakke at Dec 27, 2014,