General tech questions

Stew Mac Pot Cleaning Cap

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I have one...works fine. Be sure to wrap a little cloth or tissue around and under it for any over-saturation as well as protect your guitar finish from your Contact Cleaner product.

Remember, a full spray can is easy to "spurt" all over!

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I have one made of brass that screws on to the pot threads and also has a O-ring to seal it to the shaft but a leak is always a possibility. The one I have also has a hole to turn a pot with a split shaft. Thanks john

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A few inches of plastic tubing will work in a pinch. Fill it about a half inch and let it seep into the pot.

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I have an antique brass plunger device that we used at the theater for decades. You had to draw the cleaning solution up and use it like a medical syringe. This device is far simpler.

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What spray are you guys using? Keep in mind I'm in Southern Spain. Not the best place for picking up specialty items on the go.

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I have one. It works but can be messy as described above. JB's and Wabash's suggestions are excellent. DeoxIT is a good cleaner.

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I picked up one of these Pot Cleaners awhile back,havent used it yet even though I have a pot thats constantly staticky and popping. Im hesitant because I dont want to damage my finish.

Maybe I'll give it a shot when I restring my 6118 this weekend.

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I don't think De-Oxit will damage the finish if Naptha won't. Curt? Josh?

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No more seeds?

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No more seeds?

– NJBob

Hard to find a double LP anymore.

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I have used this product for many years. Check out the Tech Specs...

Naptha, Hexanes, Pentanes, Butanes, Ethanes...all forms of lighter VOCs and alcohols.

It evaporates quickly.

http://www.crcindustries.co...

DeOxIt is much higher in Naptha, different blend...


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