#2
My guess is,
Don't do it. Don't take the risk.
Just go buy some guitar polish and i'm sure it'll be fine; but it could be dangerous if you use that car wax. Which one are you using?
#3
i got guitar polish but i was just wondering if it would mess it up if i used it its called eagle one fast wax
#5
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no. Ive done it before,


so was it the same as guitar polish?
#6
Quote by meanppls7
i got guitar polish but i was just wondering if it would mess it up if i used it its called eagle one fast wax

You already did, didn't you.

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#8
Quote by jthm_guitarist
You already did, didn't you.


hahah i was gonna but i had my doubts
#12
Quote by 03SVT_COBRA
I do it all the time. I use very expensive stuff though.


i guess im not gonna try cus i found that **** somewhere around my house ill just stick to guitar polish
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#13
Alright, here's the breakdown. From Stewart MacDonald (and remember that this is seriously oversimplified):
Common guitar polishes shine by leaving a long-lasting silicone residue that's very hard to remove. If your guitar ever needs repair, the silicone residue makes it difficult for glue or finish to adhere properly. This is a primary cause of "fisheyes" and cratering in lacquer finishes. It's even worse if silicone reaches bare wood or gets into the cracks of older finishes. Even the simplest finish repairs can become more difficult, time-consuming and costly.

There's other bits to talk about, but I'm not going to get too into it. Bottom line, I wouldn't.
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