Jim Dunlop 6554 Lemon Oil 4 Ounce
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- Removes grime and returns your fretboard to its original luster
- Keeps grime away by providing an invisible sealant against stains and moisture
- 4 ounce applicator top
- Not for use on maple fretboards
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Fretboard 65 Ultimate Lemon Oil is part of Dunlop's world-famous line of guitar care products and the logical evolution of the 01 Fingerboard Cleaner and 02 Fingerboard Deep Conditioner. Fretboard 65 is specially formulated to clean away grime and return your guitar's fretboard to its original luster, quickly and easily. Apply a thin coating using Dunlop's Dab-O-Matic applicator top, work the gunk free, and wipe clean. It's that simple. And once the dirt is gone, Fretboard 65 will help keep it away by providing an invisible sealant against stains and moisture. Player tested, tech approved-Fretboard 65 Ultimate Lemon Oil will clean up the mess that the music business leaves behind.
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The only drawback I found is that it requires you to remove the strings as per bottle instructions which is not feasible unless you're changing all your strings.
I'm not sure if it may react in some way with the strings, cause early rusting, etc. Maybe that's the reason behind those instructions. But I suppose some research is required there (I haven't found anything credibile yet).
It gives your guitar a nice citrus smell. Just dance some oil on the fretboard after removing the strings and let it stay for a few hours so that the wood absorbs the oil thereafter wipe the excess oil.
Your frets would look fresh and guitar sounds good.
Now about the product..
Not good as i had expected from the view of amount of money for which i had paid...but it does its job...