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W.E. Hill & Sons Cleaning Fluid

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Cleaner

  • Especially suitable for cleaning and restoration of traditional varnishes
  • 25 ml Bottle
Hard No
soft No
Medium No
Fluid Yes
Item number 124958
8,50 €
34 € / 100ml •
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Thursday, 4.11. and Friday, 5.11.
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42 Customer Reviews

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Good cleaner for cello
David B. 812 11.06.2013
I bought this to use on my cello which has never been cleaned in about 30 years of use.
I used about half the bottle in a pretty serious clean and it did a good job of making the varnish look much better. I was a bit nervous about putting it on in case it damaged the finish at all but it didn't, thankfully.
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A nice product
Hermes 09.06.2015
A varnish cleaner by a well known maker

If you need to clean your instrument or refresh it after tons of rosin, you should generally ask your luthiers opinion or let him do it by himself

However on the rare occasions in which you need to do it yourself there is a nice and handy alternative offered by this cleaner

apply it in small drops in a cloth and try it in a small area before using it on the whole instrument just to make sure everything is ok

It has a strong (but nice smell) at first. To me it smelled like a camphor extract but of course I could not be sure of the exact ingredients...
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Maestro` 04.07.2021
Ich kann nicht sagen, dass es meinem deutschen Cello geholfen hat (ca. 150 Jahre)
aber zumindest hat es auch nicht schlecht gemacht, was uch gut ist =)
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Hill varnish cleaner
Christopher6349 19.08.2015
High quality product from the famed W E Hill & Sons. Use sparingly to clean surface dirt and rosin from your instrument. Best to test a small area first. Okay if your instrument is not too dirty - if it is I would recommend a clean from a professional luthier, particularly if your instrument is valuable and, or, has a soft varnish.
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