#1
Okay, so here's the deal... A couple years ago, before I even started playing guitar, I snagged a frigging ace deal on a quite heavily used Mann strat copy at a garage sale, for three bucks. All it needed was some new strings. The thing was covered in stickers, a little scratched up, etc. I just recently got a Fender Strat, and realized that side by side that the other one was as dirty as hell, despite how fun it is to play. Doesn't sound too bad either. So I took a few of the stickers off, but they left a nasty residue. I took an eraser to it (takes sticker residue off REALLY well) but I only did this on the pick guard, as I didn't want to do anything to the finish of the body. There's still slight pink smudge marks on the pick guard though. What I need to know, is how can I go about cleaning the smudges / dirt / sticker residue off without damaging the finish?
#2
i like furniture polish, but rubbing alcohol as never hurt mine....even if it does damage the finish, it was three bucks!

and then you could paint it really sweetlike
#3
you can prob find some sort of gentle cleaner and use that. trader joe's sells this one with green tea in it. i found it in my house and needed it to clean some crap and it worked great plus it smells pretty good haha.
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#6
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