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 Should I do it ?
Author: steve1221 
Date:   2019-06-13 05:47

I am wondering how to clean the body of my oboe after I remove the keys.

I was thinking about washing it in water and soap then using something to re-oil it like linseed (refined) I tried it on an old clarinet joint that is broken and it dries out the wood after I washed it in the sink -

So basically I dont want to intro moisture into the body because - well ya know. How can I clean the body - should I use just plain bore oil and a rag and Q-tip - ?


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