Using furniture polish on your acoustic guitar 

At first I was worried about to wax built up from the polish but after reading further I found out that lemon oil is great for the guitars wood.  I started using Pledge a few years ago along with some lemon oil.


I use the Pledge for the polished parts of the acoustic guitar and the lemon oil on the unfinished parts.  (Bare wood) Dunlap is what I use the most.  It gives to wood or what ever type of material your fretboard is made of a new look to it. 

Do not use the lemon oil on the finished wood.  Only use it on unfinished wood like the bridge or the fretboard. 

You should only need to use the lemon oil 1 to 2 times a year really not much more than that.

Be smart when you’r changing your strings. Try cleaning your acoustic while you have the strings off that way everything is easy to get to. You can use any furniture polish as long as you check the contents of it.  So many diff types of guitar polish and oils out there it’s all in preference.  


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