#1
I removed all strings and what not to clean my guitar today, but theres one problem. I have no idea how to clean in. So far I sprayed my crappy pickups with compressed air ... now what?
#3
Quote by crzywhiteboy
first, you should never take off all the strings.
Second get some lemon oil.

Why not? One broke so I'm gonna have to replace them after cleaning.
And lemon oil?
Is that the same thing as lemon juice?
#4
wire wool for frets, dunlop guitar spray (formula 65) and a polish cloth for the body/finish, lemon oil for fretboard

Enjoy.
#5
Quote by feross
Why not? One broke so I'm gonna have to replace them after cleaning.
And lemon oil?
Is that the same thing as lemon juice?


If you leave all strings off for a fair amount of time the neck starts to warp (bend backwards). I'm sure you'll understand that isnt good lol.

Lemon oil isnt the same as lemon juice no, go and buy some. I advise you put the strings back on.

NEver leave the strings off for more than an hour or two.
#6
Quote by feross
And lemon oil?
Is that the same thing as lemon juice?


No this is oil, but before putting oil consider getting some naptha (lighter fluid) and clean the fretboard with it. (put some on a dry towel, just to make it damp and clean the fretboard) Then put some lemon oil. You can get lemon oil at instrument shops. And try and search for info before you start something next time, you need to be fast with string swapping.
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