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Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by g00eY, Jan 22, 2006.
does every bass have those little swirlies and scratches?
It happens from cleaning, just like a car after a while. If I want to get rid of the swirl marks, I use Meguiars swirl remover. It works wonders.
This topic was discusses recently, perhaps in this forum. I recall that someone recommended the use of "micro-fibre" cloth to minimize swirls.
I avoid scratches / swirls by not cleaning my bass.
I got some sort of Microfiber cloth together with my bass when i got it. It doesn't make swirls and scratches. Not that i can see anyway.
And if you apply it with a Microfibre cloth, it works even better. The Meguiars is my last step when I'm polishing a poly finish to glass.
i took the cloth that came with my glasses. i'm assuming it's a microfiber cloth...
scratches dings and chips make it sound better