Dunlop Fretboard Oil – Bring your Fretboard Back To Life
Dunlop Fingerboard 02 Deep Conditioner is the second step of a 2 step fingerboard cleaning process. Once you have removed the dirt and grime from your fingerboard with with Dunlop Fingerboard 01 or a similar product, you are ready to apply the deep conditioning oil.
The Dunlop Fingerboard 02 bottle has a special application cap which the Dunlop people call the “dap-o-matic”. Just tip the bottle upside down and the dap-o-matic applicator will fill itself with oil. Rub it gentle on the fretboard until the oil is spread on the whole fretboard. If the wood of your fretboard is very dry, the Dunlop oil may be absorbed very quickly (within a minute or 2) in which case we recommend a second application to ensure you replenish the oils the wood need to avoid cracking and warping. Once you are happy the fretboard has sucked up all the oil it needs (you can tell if its just sitting on the fretboard and no longer being absorbed) wipe off the excess oil with a clean cloth or tissue.
Dunlop Fingerboard 02 Deep Conditioner Formula 65 Features:
- 59ml bottle
- Dunlop blend of essential oils to restore your fingerboard
- Helps protect against cracking and warping wood
- Brings dark woods such as mahogany and ebony back to a brilliant finish
- Convenient “dap-o-matic” cap to regulate the flow of the oil
- Not for use on painted or lacquered fingerboards.
Dunlop Deep Conditioner is not for use on painted or lacquered fingerboard. Most Maple necks are lacquered. If in doubt with any cleaning product, try it on a small area and wait 24 hours to see the result.
At Anitom, we only use Dunlop Formula 65 Cleaning and Care products in our service department as we feel they give the best results for our clients and their instruments.
There aren’t many musicians in the world who haven’t used Dunlop products. Whether it’s the iconic Cry Baby Wah Wah pedal, the Tortex plectrums or the iconic Dunlop 65 cleaning products, its hard to find a guitarist who hasn’t come into contact with Dunlop in one way or another. Today Dunlop owns a number of the worlds most popular guitar brands including Way Huge and MXR