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hello everyone!! I've decided to not sell my violin, I've tuned it to the right sound, and changed the bridge, it sounded amazing now!! i will try and change the strings soon....(I've found a violin string labeled \"Alice\" (the same as with this polisher), wondering if anybody here have used that kind of string, since that's the only brand of string for sale in my country)
anyway....bought this violin polisher for only a quid, made in china, and it is a spray on polisher, here's a picture:
the contents says:
-5.0% ISO PARH
-5.8% silicone oil
-0.1% jasmine oil
-0.1% pine oil
at first i thought that it was just a liquid that just cheats you on thinking that it's a polisher, but it turned out great! I've tried it on my violin, and it shined like new! now guys, what kind of polisher do you use for yer fiddles? and how often do you polish 'em?
cheers! - ⁰ℨ
I could tell you, but it's soooo secret, I'd have to kill ya afterward...
"might be worth it.."
Let me guess – you soak some crushed nuts from a tree in your yard in your infamous homebrewed mountain dew to extract the oils for polish…
Vibrato Desperato.... Desperately seeking vibrato
I actually use a very special blend of polishing compound and finish wax... I'd like to tell you but it's a secret...
What is the secret, Dennis. "Oops, spilt my beer...better wipe before it starts too- HEY...Miller Lite makes a good shiny polish!"
Just kiddin' , man!! (kinda, lol)
"Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will live its entire life believing that it is stupid." -Albert Einstein
@springer, nah, this polisher smells like lemon,
@cdennyb, lemme guess....a drop of blood from a half unicorn half leprechaun, plus a dash of paganini's soul, and a drop of cold spring water from the middle of an active volcano, mix them together only when the planets align and the sun cries(literally cries).....?
cheers! - ⁰ℨ
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