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Another Beeswax-and-Oil Treatment

Discussion in 'Bass Guitars' started by golem, Aug 22, 2015.

  1. golem

    golem Philosopher King

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    Picked up a package of "BooSBlock Cream" at a fancy kitchenwares
    joint. It's a mix of food grade mineral oil and beeswax. It's not hard
    to apply, a jelly-like consistency, not runny like oil. Done 4 FBs, so
    far: rosewood, ebony, and wenge, plus the backside of an ovangcal
    neck. Really good stuff. Result has a very slight shine, like nothing
    else I've used, but not the least bit "grabby" on the ovangcal neck.
    I just followed the instructions, which recommend letting it remain
    "over night" [which I figger is 6 to 12 hrs] before wiping it off.


    Boos-Blocks-4563.jpg

    http://www.boosblocks.de/index.php/en/products/care-and-maintenance-products

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  2. Nachobassman

    Nachobassman Bass, Tapas, and Rn´R!

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    Thanks for the tip, don´t think I could find it in Spain, thought.
     
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    Boos has a presence in the EU.
    Spain hasn't been eject yet, have they ?

    Boos Blocks International

    Alemannenstr. 13 - 14129 Berlin, Germany

    Tel.: +49 (0)30 - 3180 7933
    Fax: +49 (0)30 - 3180 7933

    Email: [email protected]
    Internet: www.boosblocks.eu

    Distribution from the Franz Güde GmbH
    Katternberger Str. 175
    42655 Solingen
    Tel: 0212 816 166
    www.guede-solingen.de

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