#1
Hey, whats the best way of cleaning an electric guitar? What are the best things to use? (For the body, pickups etc)

Thanks.
Chris.
#2
rag with warm water you can use funtire polish which is what i use but you can buy some shiit that will clean it good make sure not to use papper towels it leaves little scratches all over the guitar
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#4
I just use windex if I have nothing else, or if I have it handy there's this stuff I have I think it's called "love potion #12 guitar cleaner" or something it works all right.
#5
first of all, wipe it down with naptha (lighter fluid.) gets rid of all the dirt and stuff.

on nitro finishes, you can use car-grade stuff.

guitar-specific polishes always work.
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#6
I know there are guitar-specific ones you can get, but generally I just take a damp rag and wipe it all down (usually during a string change, and I do all the frets too).
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#7
Never use furniture polish, it will create build up on your guitar.
I went to guitar center where i live and got a Dunlop Tech pack. It comes with a guitar specific spray cleaner, lemon oil for your fret board (use only if it's rosewood) and a string conditioner.
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