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    Prerak
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    Hey guys, I was reading some of the speaker manuals and they mention some cleaning products like a damp cloth or Murphy's lemon for cleaning the speakers.  I am assuming this is only for the Cherry finish.

    I have the piano black and was wondering what people are using to shine them, besides the cleaning cloth they come with.

    Thanks.

    #1181
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    Jason Hicks
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    I use Pledge myself.

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    daniel
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    I use a solution of 1/4 cup murphy's oil soap and 1 gallon water.  Wipe dust off with a dry Aperion Cleaning cloth, then go over with Aperion cloth with Oil soap solution.    I find regular polishes leave a residue on the piano black that takes some elbow grease to get off.  Don't forget to use the white lint free Aperion gloves to prevent finger smudges.

     

     

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    Humberto
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    I have always used Pledge multi surface. Comes in a pump spray bottle. Easy cleanup and finish looks great. After Dan's post however I may try that, since I use Murphy's on my floors anyway.

    http://www.pledge.com/multi-surface-cleaner/

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    Prerak
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    Thanks for all the replies. I think I will also try the Murphy's with water.  

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