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Ax Wax & String Lube - Musik Utan Gränser

Ax Wax & String Lube

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Dr. Duck's
Ordinarie pris
135 kr
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135 kr
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Ax Wax & String Lube, organic cleaner polishing moisturizer, 4 oz. flip top bottle As used by these manufacturers on all their instruments before sending out: Martin, Fender, Guild, Gretsch, Jackson, Santa Cruz, Charvel, Lowden, Lakland, Fernandes and many many more!

To start out using Dr.Ducks Ax Wax & String Lube properly, keep in mind that lT’S VERY CONCENTRATED: a little goes a long way, less is more with Dr. Ducks Ax Wax & String Lube - if you try and "gob" it on, you will not like it - if you follow the directions below, you'll love it !! For spreading the polish on the instrument and for a buffing rag, ALWAYS USE A 100% COTTON CLOTH, the synthetics will all scratch your finish !!

Directions for Cleaning/Polishing: 1)- Use a few drops (very little) on a cotton cloth or put directly on the instrument. 2)- Spread as far as you can, - rub it in - using your fingers or a small piece of cotton fabric (so you can get the feeI of just how far this product does go). 3)- Let it set a few minutes. 4)- Using a piece of 100% cotton fabric, buff it out for full luster (if it feels a little “greasy” you 're not done buffing) 5)- Repeat step I on another part of the instrument and then repeat steps 2, 3 and 4. 6)- Now you know how to properly use Dr.Ducks Ax Wax & String Lube. So in the same manner described above do the entire instrument, the headstock, fingerboard, front, sides, back, pickguard, pickup covers, tuning keys; all of it for a complete Dr.Ducks musical instrument detail. 7)- For strings: on with a small cloth - wipe off excess with a dry cloth. 8)- Directions for String Drag Friction: Lube with a small cloth or a "Q-Tip" all contact points for each string. Dr.Ducks Ax Wax & String Lube also makes an excellent lube for tuning machine knobs and posts, as well as for bridge saddles and finetuners on locking tremolo systems. A touch in the right spots removing the excess can do wonders.