#1
i was wondering if i could polish it with something besides guitar polish like ordinary wood polish. you know that orange stuff
#2
no. furniture polish will leave some residue on your guitar. heck, i dont even polish my guitar. the only real cleaning you need to do is just a good wipedown with a microfibre cloth(or a slightly damp one) on the body and neck. maybe a little mineral oil on the fretboard every few months and you're done.
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#3
Quote by captivate
no. furniture polish will leave some residue on your guitar. heck, i dont even polish my guitar. the only real cleaning you need to do is just a good wipedown with a microfibre cloth(or a slightly damp one) on the body and neck. maybe a little mineral oil on the fretboard every few months and you're done.

Lemon oil is my preference for fretboard and bridge.
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#4
Quote by Chad48309
Lemon oil is my preference for fretboard and bridge.


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#5
little bit of breath and a microfiber cloth (bought in bulk at walmart for the same price as a polishing cloth at guitar center) a touch of oil (lemon preffred) twice a year along with a good wipdown after playing and a thourough one at every string change works quite well for me.