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warwick wood care problem

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by [SD], Mar 19, 2004.


  1. [SD]

    [SD]

    Feb 24, 2004
    well my corvette 5 string is now a year old it's got a bubinga body with natural oil finish, i've followed the instruction on waxing it regularly but, i get stains on the body parts were my hand rests while playing i emalied warwick asking and they told me to use a sponge to take off the stain...well it took off the dark stain but now it's all white i apply the wax as i was told but it goes white again...how can i fix that ? is there a type of oil i can use? help pleaseeeee the stain are ugly!!! :bawl:
     
  2. _alex_

    _alex_

    Feb 29, 2004
    Old Europe:)
    hi,

    just pass on a scotch brite(green side) on it,buff it with a clean towel and then aply warwick wax,let it dry for a minutes and the pass a clean towel to wipe off the wax.
    this will do,and to prevent stains use some kind of transparent kind of paper.

    alex