Thomann Polishing Cloth Gray

Polishing Cloth

  • Microfibre
  • Dimensions: 38 x 38 cm
  • Heavy-duty design
  • Colour: Grey

Further Information

For Lacquered Instruments Yes
For Silver Plated Instruments No
For Woodwinds Yes
For Brass instrument Yes

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It does what it's supposed to.
Robert269, 18.08.2020
I haven't actually used this kind of product before on a guitar. I've used smaller microfiber cloths on camera lenses and such, though, so I thinks I know what can be expected.
It gets rid of fingerprints etc giving a nice clean finish and given that the guitar has glossy finish it almost looks new.
I expected it to be a little softer. At least now, when it's almost bran new it's a bit stiff, but that doesn't affect performance.

All in all it seems like a good product this far.
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Excellent value... but use selectively!
TK---, 12.09.2016
If you're wondering (as I was) what the difference between this Gray polishing cloth and the Yellow polishing cloth is...

Simply put, there's one little word in the description of the Yellow cloth an it makes all the difference.... "Microfibre".

The yellow cloth doesn't leave a residue... where this gray cloth will leave teeny little bits on whatever you've polished (much like polishing with tissue paper would).
For cleaning fingerprints off lacquer or silver, this cloth does a great job and is better value.... but if you want to wipe down moving parts (valves or slides), you want the yellow one.

I own and use both cloths, I like them both - but they ARE different.
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Nice polishing cloth for it's price.
FedyaRom, 09.02.2020
I've used this polishing cloth on my guitar many times and it have torn it's edges, but I think it doesn't matter because of it's price.

I use it with my Gibson Guitar Polish and after use, there is no dust or grease left on the guitar. In other words, it does it's job.

It's a nice polishing cloth to clean your instrument.
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It cleans welll
Cris Christopher, 23.06.2020
I bought this for my trumpet. The quality of this is good and it cleans well my instrument.

This is an excellent polishing cloth for different instruments. It's soft and the texture is good for instruments. I would buy again this one.

Pros
cheap, good quality, good for cleaning the instruments

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None
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