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 Can I "preserve" the Buffet logos?
Author: m1964 
Date:   2019-05-05 04:11

I was extremely fortunate to get a new R13 Prestige- the price was so good I could not pass the opportunity.

The clarinet has new style logos, and, from my personal experience, the logos on the barrel and the top joint will wear out quickly.
The logo on the lower joint usually stays intact because hands do not touch it when assembling or disassembling a clarinet.

Is there a "clear coat paint" equivalent that I can apply over the logos?
I am afraid that if I applied clear tape, the glue on it may affect the wood in a negative way.

As always, I appreciate your help

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