Thomann Mouthpiece Cleaning Spray

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Mouthpiece Cleaner

  • Suitable for all types of mouthpieces for woodwinds and brass instruments
  • Hygienic cleaning, safely removes dirt
  • Fresh scent in a practical, environment-friendly aerosol spray
  • Content: 75 ml
For Lacquered Instruments No
For Silver Plated Instruments No
For Woodwinds Yes
For Brass instrument Yes
available since April 2010
Item number 240290
Instrument All
Packaging quantity 0,075 l
Packaging unit Litre
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£4.22
£5.63 / 100ml •
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A very effective product
Rafael492 29.09.2014
This is a nice cleaning spray, it smells good and helps clean the surface of my mouthpieces. I use it on rubber clarinet MPCs as well as on saxophone metal MPCs and it works as advertised. It lasts a lot, too, I've bought two cans so far, the first one a year ago and I'm still not done with it.

Just spray it on your mouthpiece and clean it with a cloth - all those disgusting traces in your saliva go away immediately. It always helps to brush your teeth before playing any wind instrument, but your mouthpieces need cleaning after every session nonetheless.
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It is what it is.
ric_lord 29.03.2020
It is not a necessary thing to have, but if you have it, you'll end up using it now and then and be glad you bought it.

It a kick and easy alternative to a thorough cleaning of any mouthpiece.
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Instant cleaning - Essential for hygiene!
john86 27.04.2020
Just spray this on the mouthpiece and wipe the residue with a paper towel and it'll look like new. It may not however remove some deep stains.
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Annadr 13.08.2019
Really useful product at mouthpiece exbitions and trial. Leaves a pleasant odour
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