While winter seems to be hanging on fiercely in some areas of the country that just means that spring is right around the corner! It’s time to pull out those cleaning materials and spruce up your banjo before you head out to the exciting world of festivals.
I have a couple of new tips on cleaning using materials that may be more close at hand as well as the “tried and true” tips of previous articles. There should be something for everyone!
It can be had for less than $10 a bottle in most locations.
One tube will last forever. I used it once on a customer’s very old and sad looking hardware and I was amazed that the shine came back!
GENERAL TIPS AFTER CLEANING:
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