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#beginquote# I'm likely to get flamed for this "newbie" response but,... Oils: You likely do not want any type of residue on the instrument that might get transferred to the strings. I have a bottle of "Guitar polish" I bought from the guitar store. Naturally, because it is labeled as guitar polish, it was more expensive per ounce than Channel #5. I use Windex to clean the guitar. I spray it on a soft cloth so as not to spray the strings, then do the cleaning. Then I apply Pledge to a separate cloth to polish with. It leaves no residue and drys tack free. Just make sure the cloths used are soft, I use cotton flannel, so you don't scratch the finish. Learning rocks =) #endquote#
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