#1
I got some Marker or something on my Les Paul. I tried everything thing to get it off. All the products you can imagine. The sprays, wipes eveything. The I asked my mom and she out this product and I was able to get it off. Is there any products like those that can damage the guitars finish or the wood????
#4
Quote by twistedsister
I got some Marker or something on my Les Paul. I tried everything thing to get it off. All the products you can imagine. The sprays, wipes eveything. The I asked my mom and she out this product and I was able to get it off. Is there any products like those that can damage the guitars finish or the wood????


whats the product called? and yes there are products that can damage your guitars finish
#5
use nail varnish remover pads that what i did

p.s maybe not i dunno i used it to get residue left off stickers off
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#6
Have you tried a semi-wet (lol?) cloth with hot water? That might help you. Is it a Gibson Les Paul?
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