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Petros Professional Instrument Care Products
In more than twenty-five years as a guitar maker and repairman, Bruce Petros has sought out quality products that pertain to guitar building, maintenance and restoration. Like most good luthiers, he is a perfectionist and a stickler for efficiency and quality in his tools and products. To use inferior products is to waste time and money. Until now, the best products were only available in industrial quantities. After receiving numerous requests from customers, he decided to offer them to musicians in convenient, economical sizes. These are the best products available to care for your guitar... Treat your guitar nicely and it will serve you well.
Miracle Finish Restorer: This stuff works like magic! You won't believe it's the same old instrument that moments ago was dull, hazy and scratched. You'll need to provide some elbow grease, but the effort is really worth it. This is the stuff Bruce (and many others) use for the final rub out on hand made instruments. It will also restore that scuffed up pick guard and make it look like new.
Professional Instrument Polish: When you simply wipe the dust off your guitar, you might as well be using a piece of sandpaper, because dust is usually abrasive. Petros Professional Instrument Polish is a special blend of carnauba wax in an oil carrier designed to create an acoustically transparent, durable, high gloss coat. Small amounts of this highly concentrated product will protect your instrument's finish from moisture, salt (sweat) and scratching caused by everyday environmental dust. After you've restored your instruments finish with the Miracle Finish Restorer, protect it with the Instrument Polish. It contains absolutely no harmful silicone, which will actually soften your instruments finish.
Fingerboard Oil: Fingerboards are not finished with surface coatings for reasons of feel, playability and wear. They are made of rosewood or ebony because these woods possess the desirable qualities of oiliness and wear resistance. However, because they are raw and exposed, their natural oils dry out and do not effectively resist the onslaught of moisture, salt and drying. This causes swelling, shrinking and cracking. Most wood preservatives are not effective on oily woods. Special oils are needed to penetrate them combining with their natural oils to harden within the wood, not on the surface. This is the only oil available that was specifically formulated for rosewood and ebony. Apply it 3 or 4 times per year for maximum protection.