Dunlop Micro Fine Guitar Polish 5410

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Polishing Cloth

  • For polishing frets, removing bumps and dirt
  • Grain size: 8000
  • Set of 2
Available since May 2005
Item number 181393
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Set No
Oil No
Polish Yes
Cleaner No
String Cleaner No
Drapery No
Wax No
Amount 2
Storlek 0
Packaging unit l
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£8.30
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Does the job nicely!
The Outlaw Jonesey Wales 15.03.2022
I used these for a final polish on a classic vibe telecaster after using polishing erasers to cut them back slightly and bring them up to a smooth finish. These pads will give your frets a nice final sheen for that finished look. I also used them on a nut replacement after sanding the overlapping edges of the nut, with a bit of hard work these will also bring the nut to a smooth finish, removing any sanding burs.
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A must have
Recept 18.08.2017
This is a must have if you play a lot. Dirt accumulate on frets after some time and becomes difficult to bend strings. After a good scrub with polishing cloth your frets will feel like glass. Wash it (cloth) afterwards and its like new.

Ps. You get 2 polishing clothes in package.
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Nothing special
Tannhauser 10.12.2022
I found that it doesn't actually rinse the dirt from the fingerboard unless you already did that prior. It can only handle a thin layer of dirt and only if a large portion of it has been scraped beforehand.
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A question of necessity.
Dan88 15.02.2014
Surely, this is not more than a filling article considering the reasonable price. But... Is it reasonable? It is not more than a square sheet of 800 abrasive paper. And as I tried it out, I recognised, that it is maybe a bit too fine. It is not easy erasing the arrears on your frets or similar. I made the experience, that it is much more feasible, to just use a bit of steel wool and carefully bring new life onto the steel components of my guitars. Summa summarum: The product is usable, but maybe not necessary for everyone.If you are kean with handcraft, then just use what you have, e.g. steel wool. But of course, be careful not to damage the woods!
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