Feb 29, 2020

Prevent Guitar Corrosion

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#*Get a bottle of peg oil with a small nozzle on the cap which allows the oil to come out in drops.
 
#*Get a bottle of peg oil with a small nozzle on the cap which allows the oil to come out in drops.
 
#*Tip the oil bottle slowly over each tuning peg to dispense a few drops. Turn the knob a half turn in each direction to spread the oil.
 
#*Tip the oil bottle slowly over each tuning peg to dispense a few drops. Turn the knob a half turn in each direction to spread the oil.
#Polish your frets with steel wool. When your strings are removed from the guitar, place a piece of masking tape on either side of all of the frets. Take a piece of steel wool and gently buff each fret along the fingerboard. Use a magnet to pick up the tiny metal particles that are buffed off.<ref>https://ift.tt/2I9OkHn>[[Image:Prevent Guitar Corrosion Step 8.jpg|center]]
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#Polish your frets with steel wool. When your strings are removed from the guitar, place a piece of masking tape on either side of all of the frets. Take a piece of steel wool and gently buff each fret along the fingerboard. Use a magnet to pick up the tiny metal particles that are buffed off.[[Image:Prevent Guitar Corrosion Step 8.jpg|center]]
 
#*Only buff each fret for few seconds. If you buff frets too much, you’ll change the shape of them.
 
#*Only buff each fret for few seconds. If you buff frets too much, you’ll change the shape of them.
 
#*Buff frets at most two times a year.  
 
#*Buff frets at most two times a year.  


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