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Discussion in 'Technical Side of Things' started by dlew919, Oct 17, 2021.
Yea, you're right. The Lemon oil we're talking about gets it's name from who knows where.
I would not recommend the compound and polish I used to turn this tattered BMW into a mirror.
Maybe on an inexpensive swirled up guitar, I’d give it a go.
I moonlight as an auto detailer…with bad OCD.
*ok ok…I did use automotive metal polishing wad to shine up the hardware.
Being a "car nut," I have a garage full of various polishes and finish coat products.
As long as any product is used correctly on a guitar, I really don't see a problem. Check for finish comparability and go at it.
That said, I only use warm water on a microfiber towel to "clean" my guitars, followed by a good wipe down with a dry cloth.
Works for me.
Any chance you used graphene or ceramic?
Mr Miagi’s advice was not heeded.
He did "sand the floor" when he should have done "wax on, wax off".
It smells like lemon - sort of. But yes. It’s actually mineral oil with an Esther which smells like lemon.
I heard they need to draw the shades on the International Space Station when they pass overhead.
I saw it when I was in the international space station. Made me happy.
Question in consequence…
How many spacewalks does it take to hotwax the ISS exterior?
Nobody ever tells you these things.
And I am here to report Esther does indeed smell of lemons & patchouli.