Dunlop Lemon Oil


Fretboard Ultimate Lemon / Lemon Oil

  • optimal for Rosewood fretboard
  • Not suitable for maple fretboards
  • 4 oz / 118 ml
available since January 2006
Item number 189610
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Set No
Oil Yes
Polish No
Cleaner Yes
String Cleaner No
Drapery No
Wax No
Storlek 0.118
Packaging unit l
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Safety Notes H statements

  • h304: May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways.

Safety Notes P statements

  • p102: Keep out of reach of children.
  • p301-p310: IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CENTER/doctor/…
  • p331: Do NOT induce vomiting.
  • p405: Store locked up.
  • p501: Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local waste disposal regulations.
£58.47 / l •
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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The best lemon oil on the market
MyNicknameMustBeAtLeastFiveCharactersLong 16.11.2021
65 is definitely the best, lemon oil on the market.
Use it!
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Awesome Juice!
Scott Zsalt 28.09.2017
I have been using the same bottle of unbranded fret-board polish for years and it finally ran out about a month ago.
I didn't know what to go for so I read all the reviews and decided that all things considered this was the one to try.
And I was right!
I cleaned a fret-board on an old Yamaha SG copy with micromesh pads (from Thomann) and polished it with this stuff and it looks truly brilliant.
The bottle is huge and so will probably last me a few years and , fortunately i my opinion, isn't too smelly.
There is a soft applicator attached to the bottle which I wasn't expecting. This prevents you from pouring out which is good, as it's very easy to use far too much, but annoyed me because I wanted to use a tool that I have.
However in practice I have to admit that the built in applicator is superior and worked really well.
This stuff is also much better than the stuff I previously ha. Only a tiny amount goes a very long way and it really brings out the grain and providing you don't use too much it dries without being sticky or squeaky.
I would have hoped that there'd be some instructions for the inexperienced but I suppose everybody can look up how to use lemon-oil on the internet anyway.
Definitely as great product and if I ever manage to run out of it I can't think of any reason why I wouldn't buy this again.
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This thing lasts FOREVER!
Anonymous 28.10.2016
I have bought both this product and the Formula 65 Fretboard kit. As far as conditioning goes, I don't see any reason to use a different product, Lemon Oil does a pretty good job to hydrate the rosewood. Furthermore, to clean the rosewood fretboards beforehand you can use lighter fluid, so no need for additional stuff.

- Easy to apply and you don't need to apply too much of it
- Easy to clean of after use, it's not too oily
- Felt tip only releases oil when applying pressure, which is useful and prevents you from making a mess
- Nice fresh smell on your fretboard

Not really a con, but do not forget to use ONLY on rosewood fretboards. Maple ones will get damaged if you this on them
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Works nice, but has to be used many times
markok1847 10.08.2022
I used this lemon oil on my 20 year old Ibanez GRX70 (rosewood fingerboard). First I cleaned the fretboard with sandpaper (high grits) and then with steel wool. I applied the lemon oil and the fretboard looked like new. Two months later I see that I need to apply it again, since the finish has turned uneven. Will do that soon. Great product.
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