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Dunlop Formula 65 Polish


Cleaners For Guitar & Bass

  • Polish and cleaner
  • Contents: 118 ml (4 oz)
Available since February 2000
Item number 141577
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Set No
Oil No
Polish Yes
Cleaner Yes
String Cleaner No
Drapery No
Wax No
Storlek 0.118
Packaging unit l
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Safety Notes H statements

  • h319: Causes serious eye irritation.

Safety Notes P statements

  • p301-p312: IF SWALLOWED: Call a POISON CENTRE/doctor/… if you feel unwell.
  • p301-p330-p331: IF SWALLOWED: Rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting.
  • p305: IF IN EYES:
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625 Reviews

Cleans your guitar right up!
Andrei M. 26.04.2017
I've been using these for about 3 maybe 4 years now.

It's a great, great cleaner. I've used it on all my guitars, the bottle lasts forever if you don't over use it. Which is always a big plus.

It leaves no marks. Keep in mind that it's a guitar CLEANER & POLISH. Meaning once you wipe your guitar once, turn the cloth to a dry side and buff it out.

It brings shine back to your instrument, removes grime, sweat and dust. And also using it on the guitar of a neck that is high gloss is a dream. You get such a smooth feeling neck afterwards it's a dream to have!

I fully recommend this, use it as described on the bottle and get your instrument clean!
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Industry Standard
Mehto 18.06.2020
It's on of those industry standards and for a good reason I'd say.

First of all. cleaner is a cleaner. So I would assume anything from two penny soap to rose water will do if it just does the trick. Nothing fancy or extra original there.

But do I risk damaging the fret board with my own mix? Does it leave stains? If it's not efficient enough how do I tweak the receipt. What was the portion rate next time I need to make some more.. You see where I'm going with this?

Dunlop 65 is used by so many. It's proven to be safe and effective. It comes in a convenient spray bottle. When you buy on it will last you years. You just bought a hundreds of dollars worth instrument. Don't cheap out on things that are going to keep it beautiful and functional for years to come. Just buy it.
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not as good as wax
vampirion78 13.03.2022
cleans ok but its not restorative and does not give shiny results as with wax, had to move to other products for the desirable effect for my gibson LP
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The only one I've ever used
XIII 20.01.2022
I've been using this polish for over 2 decades and never had to look elsewhere. Removes grime very easily, protects well, and doesn't have a strong or unpleasant smell. I find it absolutely necessary after those long sweaty rehearsals/gigs.
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