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Cleaning Bubinga

Discussion in 'Non - Official Warwick Customer Support' started by [email protected], Nov 23, 2009.

  1. What product other than beeswax is recommended for Bubinga wood?
     
  2. Grgzilla

    Grgzilla

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    Lemon oil.
     
  3. ALB

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    Just out of curiosity... is it possible to apply lemon oil to a bubinga bass that has been waxed for nearly 3 years and not have a bad outcome? Or should the wax be removed 1st before oiling? I was going to try the oil to my bass but I'm not sure if the wax layers would have a negative effect.
     
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    Florin Warwick Forum Administrator Staff Member

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    If the wax is thick, I think the best thing would be to remove some of it.
     
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    Ime lemon oil seems to dissolve & remove excess wax,or maybe it's just dried sweat.
     
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    LOL Greg, that was going to be my question...how to remove the wax buildup. Thanks
     
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