#1
A couple days ago I went to the guitar store then I told the guy there that my fretboard is a bit greasy and sticky then the guy recomended this Dunlop lemon oil and I was woundering how do you you apply it with the "dap-o-matic"applicator for anyone who has used it before.
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#2
You probably just have to tip and squeeze and WHAM-O! instant cleanliness.

Note: Will be uneffective on maple. Rosewood and ebony will get clean.
#3
do you honestly need a "dap-o-matic" for applying lemon oil to your fret board?
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#4
^ Well thats just how it came.
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#5
i just put mine on a dry cloth and rubbed it over. whatever u do use it sparingly, just barely coat the neck. mine was thick with the stuff and smelled for weeks.
#6
Rub the lemonoil into the rosewood. It smells nice. Mix in some vanilla extract to make it smell even nicer. No ****.
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#7
Or, stay the **** away from impure oils that will damage your guitar.

Only use pure lemon oil (as bought in a pharmacy) or pure bore oils.
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#8
That lemon oil works well but yes only use enough to clean or it will smell of lemons for a long time i happen to like that smell though
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