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What would be the best cleaner to use to get rid of any marks on my guitar, would it be best to use a cleaner or a polish.
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cleaner... i suggest dunlop guitar care kit...

DONT WRITE IN CAPS!!! IS FUKING ANNOYING
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Quote by just17n8
cleaner... i suggest dunlop guitar care kit...

DONT WRITE IN CAPS!!! IS FUKING ANNOYING

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EDIT: I don't know what kind of "marks" you have but as a general guitar tip, I always wipe down my guitar after playing. It will make your strings last longer, and if your not going for the used hardware look it will help keep chrome form aging.
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its not in caps, the only part that is in caps is the beginning of the sentance
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What would be the best cleaner to use to get rid of any marks on my guitar, would it be best to use a cleaner or a polish.

One of the best polishes available is called Klasse. It's made for cars, but I've used it for years (I used to make custom guitar bodies & do custom paint work). It's an ultra-fine polish, & will produce a mirror finish using regular terrycloth towels, or better yet, microfiber. It requires significant elbow grease to remove moderate scratches, but will do it. For heavier scratches, you'll need a coarser grit in the polish, (Meguiar's makes a full line of products), & finish it off w/ the Klasse polish.
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One of the best polishes available is called Klasse. It's made for cars, but I've used it for years (I used to make custom guitar bodies & do custom paint work). It's an ultra-fine polish, & will produce a mirror finish using regular terrycloth towels, or better yet, microfiber. It requires significant elbow grease to remove moderate scratches, but will do it. For heavier scratches, you'll need a coarser grit in the polish, (Meguiar's makes a full line of products), & finish it off w/ the Klasse polish.


thanks i think that i will try that it sounds pretty good and iv never heard of it.