#1
My Schecter Classic has a lot of mother of pearl on the rosewood neck. Do I need to do something special for this? Or should I just go about cleaning it with lemon oil and other common ways?

I really don't want to hurt my guitar haha. Especially not that part of it.
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#2
As far as I know, lemon oil will not damage the inlays on the guitar. It may be slightly acidic, but thats not gonna do much to it right?
#3
I've been using lemon oil to clean my Les Paul fretboard, and it hasn't affected the mother of pearl inlays. Mind you, I'm not 100% sure if it is safe. Maybe with lemon oil being acidic it might wear away at the inlays if you use it a lot, but I'm not sure, I've noticed no difference.
#4
ive never used lemon oil or cleaned my fretboard at all but maybe if you're worried you can dilute it with a little water so its not so harmful? im pretty sure it wouldnt effect them anyways, i saw a special ebony fretboard stain that just wiped right off of inlays so maybe theyre not effected so much by that kind of thing =\ idk what im talking about..