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The String Cleaner

The String Cleaner
ToneGear

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Author Tone Gear
Format Accessories
Publisher ToneGear
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The String Cleaner is the first effective tool of its kind to hit the marketplace and utilizes a revolutionary 360-degree cleaning process to revitalize used, old and damaged strings.

Microfiber pads remove and hold debris without need for cleaning solution. Simply open the tool, slide The String Cleaner underneath the guitar strings, close and secure the latches and slide The String Cleaner back and forth along the full length of the strings.

  • Provides 360 Degrees of string cleaning action.
  • Simultaneously cleans the fret board.
  • Extends the life and preserves the tone of bass guitar strings.
  • Cleanable micro fibber pads providing long term, low maintenance use.
  • No solution necessary.

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