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    Default Best way to tak care of piano black finishes

    Hi

    Can anyone let me know good cleaning materials to take care of smears, finger prints etc on piano gloss finishes? I was excited with this finish but looks like it's a big maintenance hassle.

    Thanks
    Ron

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    Default Re: Best way to tak care of piano black finishes

    Just use a dry microfiber cloth. I've heard that if you rub a dryer sheet on surfaces it will repel dust, but I have not tried it.
    Ed

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    Default Re: Best way to tak care of piano black finishes

    Quote Originally Posted by rsmt2000 View Post
    Hi

    Can anyone let me know good cleaning materials to take care of smears, finger prints etc on piano gloss finishes? I was excited with this finish but looks like it's a big maintenance hassle.

    Thanks
    Ron
    I recommend these microfiber cloths: http://www.microfibertech.com/large-...oth-12x16.html

    combined with this: http://amzn.com/B000AME50Y
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    Good Sound To You!

    David Fabrikant
    www.ascendacoustics.com

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    Default Re: Best way to tak care of piano black finishes

    Quote Originally Posted by davef View Post
    I recommend these microfiber cloths: http://www.microfibertech.com/large-...oth-12x16.html

    combined with this: http://amzn.com/B000AME50Y
    Thank you Dave.

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    Default Re: Best way to tak care of piano black finishes

    My tips for keeping your piano black speakers and subs looking like new:

    - Wear gloves when you need to move or adjust your speakers, preferably gloves that have some grip to them so the speakers don't slip out of your hand. This will minimize the fingerprints and smudges on your speakers.

    - Use a feather duster to get the dust off. You could use a microfiber cloth, but your chances of causing micro scratches is higher especially if you use too much pressure.

    - If you have fingerprints and smudges on the speakers, dust them off with the feather duster first, and then use a microfiber cloth in combination with something like this:



    If you have some micro scratches that you need to remove, I use this:



    This keeps my speakers looking like new. In fact, they look even better than when I first took them out of the box.
    Last edited by mikesiskav; 12-26-2016 at 05:10 PM.

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