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Ernie Ball Wonder Wipes Fretboard Conditioner
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Ernie Ball Wonder Wipes Fretboard Conditioner contains a special formula that cleans, protects, and preserves nearly any fretted instrument.Revitaliz...Read More
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Ernie Ball Wonder Wipes Fretboard Conditioner contains a special formula that cleans, protects, and preserves nearly any fretted instrument.
Revitalizing cleaning agents quickly eliminate dirt and grime from your fretboard.
Impregnated disposable 3"x 6" wipes in an 8" canister (40 towelettes) or palm-sized canister (25 towelettes).
Large size has 40 towelettes; small has 25.
Take care of that fretboard and it will take care of you! Order today.
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My Strat was long overdue for some help and not only did these wipes improve the appearence of the fret board but it really made it faster then I could have imagined. The appearence now has a soft luster to it. I took the liberty of letting it sit for about three hours before wiping it down,and I truly believe it was beneficial.
I am putting together a partscaster and used this product on the mighty mite maple neck with maple fretboard which came stock with a lite "oil type" finish and the WW worked nicely for a natual feeling neck. On a neck like this one I wiped it on all over...left for a few min then wiped off the excess 2x same sheet. I was looking for a good way to clean and condition maple fretboards /necks and this looks like it.I have read on the internet that folks use WW's on rosewood too but I have not tried that yet and use Dunlop fretboard conditioner so far for Rosewood ( but may try WW in the future.) The folks that use this on rosewood say they let it soak in most all the way then wipe off- I may try that on an old accoustic I habe first to test it. I have also not tried WW on a laquer or gunoil type finished necks but imagine they would clean them nicely allthough may not penetrate the laquer. Not sure I would use this on the strings as in one previous review as they do make another EBWW product for specifically for stings (metal vs wood products), but hey if it works for you great. I agree one sheet will do several guitars.
this stuff is great. I bought the large container and its lasted like 3 months and I'm still not out of wipes. One wipe from the large container works on like 4 of my guitars. I definitely recommend Ernie Ball Wonder Wipes.
I bought the wipes in order to be able to clean my Ibanez's rosewood fretboard without removing all my strings (FR). It is dry to the hand by when appplied on unfinished fretboard it does wonders and leaves a shinny glare of orange oil. The oil drys in about 7 minutes and leaves a fresh smell. One big wipe is tough and effective enough to handle multiply applications (2+ guitars at once or if you save one in a moist place for multiply use). If you have finished or maple fretboard then look somewhere else. It doesn't dry at all on finished fretboard and it says that it's optimized for ebony and rosewood.
I just used these on my already fast stratocaster neck and I swear to playability just about doubled. Feels niceand it's easy to apply. I also put it on my acoustic which has a terrible fret board but it feels decent now. Also the guy at the music store suggested to me, since I got the large size that I cut the wipes in half because they're monstrously big.