Eric's Guitars polish kit

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  1. ecalcagnino

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    Nope, I just toss mine in the wash in cold with socks and stuff. BUT, I would say that I wait until they are really dirty or get crap on them that can transfer to the guitar. Otherwise, I would just use it until they top doing their job. Hope that helps.
     
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    Hey man how does it fair against ebonby fretboards? I have a custom shop RR1 Jackson, I usually use bore oil on it. Its what clarinets use (solid ebony usually)
     
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    I use it on everything except maple so you should be good. I think it does best with rosewood but ebony boards come out nice, too.
     
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    Cool man, thanks a lot!
     
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    I'm in! I didnt like the Mcguires product and go thru a lot of this stuff so the price is definately right!
     
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    I just ran out of the cloths so I have to place a new order tomorrow all. New stuff should be here next week. Just a heads up.
     
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    Shawn Ibanez Guitars Forum MVP

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    I can't wait 'til my polish kit arrives. :D
     
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    Hey bro! All the ones that have been ordered are on the way, no one's will be affected. Just mentioning it for anyone ordering in the next week.
     
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    I demand Polish Kit 2.0 come with a little brush for those nooks n' crannies. :D
     
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    Dude, great idea. :yesway: I use a toothbrush but to have a small one would be nice. I'll see what they have.
     
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    I never thought of using a toothbrush, I use a little car detailing brush that I got at Wal Mart for like $2.

    And as a side note, the little leather bags that you usually get when you buy a microphone make perfect Polish Kit Bags. :D
     
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    forelander you fail me

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    do you ship these things internationally? How much to australia?
     
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    Hey there... I'll ship anywhere. To AU please add $10 for shipping. Thanks!
     
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    ^^ Worth every dime. Hell, I think the US shipped price is about $10 too cheap.
     
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    Shawn Ibanez Guitars Forum MVP

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    Just got my polish kit from Eric's guitars today! Awesome stuff. Thanks, Eric. :yesway:
     
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    Add an itrader rating for him! :wub:
     
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    Show me how, real quick, Chris.....

    :wub: Eric. Just cleaned my arctic white 7620 and is slick and shiny clean.

    This stuff is like magic and it was $6 well spent. :D
     
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    [action=Shawn]thinks I should pay more attention to Chris' stickies. thanks, Chris.[/action]

    That was fun! Eric's trader rating went from 4 to 5. :D
     
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    By the way, I recommend everyone here to buy this product from Eric. Great stuff. Polished up my UV last night, I think I actually got a little on the hardware accidently, but it made it shinier. My Lo Pro Edge is already pretty mint on this guitar surprisingly and there were smudges here and there after I played it for 2 hours straight recording.

    Now, clean and shiny. I love this stuff. :yesway:
     

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