#1
How can I get that shiny look on my guitar.. I mean it used to be shiny looking.. but it's old now. so yeah it looks old.. lol so with what should i clean it?
#2
A waxless polish. Make certain you get a waxless polish and not one with wax, otherwise a layer of wax will build up over time and ruin your guitar's finish.

Mr Sheen is a good one if you can get it.
#3
Cum on a tissue and wipe your guitar Down.

Thats what I do.
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#4
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meh mrsheen? I dunno that brand.. I live in japan probably thats why lol.. but thanks I'll search for a waxless polish
#5
Quote by ShredderA7X
Cum on a tissue and wipe your guitar Down.

Thats what I do.



^^ Mainly because im not sure whether to take you seriously or not.

A music store close to me sells an unbranded waxless polish....any harm if i tried it?
#7
Quote by unet

^^ Mainly because im not sure whether to take you seriously or not.

It works.
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#8
Quote by ShredderA7X
Cum on a tissue and wipe your guitar Down.

Thats what I do.


He's joking.


Personally, I just use a dry polish cloth ($5 at any guitar shop). No chemicals, nothing fancy, just wipe your guitar down after you use it. Also, get some plain white rags (or cut up a plain cotton undershirt) and wipe your strings down as well. It helps prevent string corrosion and makes your strings last longer, in addition to keeping dirt and grime off your fretboard, nut, and bridge. Always clean your instrument, it's an essential part of maintaining it.
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#9
If wax was a bad thing, then this stuff wouldn't be available:


You just don't use it often is all. Twice a year is sufficient with routine cleaning in between and the finish will sparkle. Not for flat or satin finishes.
#10
Is that wax the same as this?



Quote by LeftyDave
If wax was a bad thing, then this stuff wouldn't be available:


You just don't use it often is all. Twice a year is sufficient with routine cleaning in between and the finish will sparkle. Not for flat or satin finishes.
#11
^ Pretty much yep, except my example is a paste where yours is a spray. Still carnauba wax tho. No. 1 mean's it's been highly refined so there are no abrasives or other contaminants in it.