Ok, so I went to a music store today, and just asked for a cleaning kit, I told him it is for a stingray, I havea maple fretboard. So he gives me the Dunlop kit that comes with lemon oil, and a polish, and some rags. It was pretty cheap, so I just got that. I come home, take off the strings, wipe the neck down with the lemon oil, then polish the body, throw the new strings on and i'm done! Except I looked at the box after the fact, and I see that it says in fine print, not for maple fretboards. I am sure nothing is going to happen to my bass, but man, he asked me if I had a maple fretboard, I said yes. What was he thinking? He sold me a kit that says on it, not for maple fretboards. I didn't read the box either I guess so I am just as guilty as him, but you would think he would know already since he does work there. Anyway, thats my little rant for the day.