#1
ma bud's fretboard is getting to be pretty dirty, so he was thinking about polishing/cleaning it up while the strings were off.

so what to use? any household products that could do it?

i think ive heard lemon juice or something like that before, but he was about to use water and i stopped him. just making sure.

thanks
#3
depends on whether the wood is sealed or unsealed. ive got a rosewood fretboard, and its unvarnished as far as i can tell. i can feel the grain with my fingers, and it has no shine, just the smooth, soft feel of natural, hardened wood. so i cant use any finishing products or cleaners like lemon oil or mr sheen as my dad suggested:p. i just slightly dampen my cloth with around 4 drops of water and rub that over the board. gotta wait for it to dry completely before stringing it again.
#4
i use this dunlop cleaning stuff. i dont kno the exact name cuz the label is scratched off
#5
Well if its just straight wood, you should be able to use like pledge or something. Water would work just fine though. Thats what I usually use.
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