#1
I dont know where this goes and I know too many people who have been banned over something silly like posting in the wrong place so ill put it here. I used the searchbar.

Ok so i have a bottle of murphy brand oil soap made from vegetable oil. It says it "beautifully cleans wood and laminate surfaces, no dulling residue" and on the back it talks about wood floors, cabinets, tables and chairs, wood paneling, laminate floors, and bookcases. My question is this: would it be safe to apply to my guitar?
#3
i'd say yes
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#4
If it's good for furniture it should be OK on your guitar.
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#5
YES!

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I think... I dunno
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#6
I guess ill try it on a little area and see what happens. I have polish made for guitars, but wheres the fun in that?
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I guess ill try it on a little area and see what happens. I have polish made for guitars, but wheres the fun in that?


It´s fun cuz it won´t ruin your guitar...

Right?
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Periods are only a myth made up by woman to have more things to cry about, its the same with birth pains. Because i imagine its like having a shite and i quite enjoy turding.


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subway?
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he needs a ride not a sandwich ****ing retard