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Hey, my brother got a kit for x mas, and he wants to know how to clean it, with what etc. He needs to know with what he's supposed to use to clean his cymbals, toms, base drum and snare drum. Is water helpful for toms and snare?

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Man a slightly damp cloth will get all the hardware and the toms and stuff clean....to clean the cymbals get some cymbal polish....voila ur done !!
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Hey, my brother got a kit for x mas, and he wants to know how to clean it, with what etc. He needs to know with what he's supposed to use to clean his cymbals, toms, base drum and snare drum. Is water helpful for toms and snare?

thanks



if you use to much your going to make the hard ware rust, so just use a slightly damp cloth.
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PUT IT IN THE WASHING MACHINE LOLZ

ok seriously, damp cloth and maybe a little soap
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#6
The make cymbal cleaner over the counter- buy that for the cymbals

how dirty are they? drums dont really need to be cleaned- i just dust mine off. If they have sticker residue or stuff like that, i would just use an orange cleaner, or goof off. sray a part you dont care about though to make sure it doesnt eat the finish. Dont use anything to clean the heads.
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