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Brass Instrument Care Products

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  1. Slide Grease (Hard)
  2. Slide Grease (Soft)
  3. Tuning Slide Oil
  4. Oil Grease Cleaner
  5. Mouthpiece Cleaner
  6. Water Spray
  7. Trombone Slide Cream/Slide Oil
  8. Rotor Spindle Oil
  9. Lever Oil
  10. Rotor Oil
  11. Brass Soap
  12. Metal Polish
  13. Lacquer Polish
  14. Silver Polish
  15. Valve Oil
  16. Flexible Cleaner
  17. Cleaning Swab
  18. Cleaning Rod (Valve Casings)
  19. Mouthpiece Brushed (S.L.)
  20. Polishing Gauze
  21. Polishing Cloth
  22. Tone Hole Cleaner
  23. Silver Cloth
  24. Silicon Cloth
  25. Horn Flush

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Slide Cream gives smooth slide action and keeps the slide airtight.  It also eliminates noise and prevents corrosion.  Apply this cream on the inner slide stocking, and then spray the area with water.

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Grime can stick to pistons and valve casings, preventing smooth piston action.  Wipe these parts with clean gauze.

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Tone and water key holes often collect dirt.  Clean these spots well with a tone hole cleaner.

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Dirt can accumulate inside your mouthpiece, reducing airflow and sound projection.  Use a mouthpiece brush and brass soap or mouthpiece cleaner to keep your mouthpiece clean.

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Apply valve oil for smoother valve piston action and to prevent corrosion in the inner valve casings.  We also recommend putting oil into your instrument's mouthpipe which gives even coverage inside its tubes.

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Lubricating the rotary valves ensures smooth rotor operation and prevents corrosion.  Several types of oil are available, each specially designed for a specific part.

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For best performance, be sure to clean your instrument before playing it.  Use polishing gauze to clean the inner slide.  To reach inside both slides, use polishing gauze wrapped around a cleaning rod.

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To clean between valves and other hard-to-reach places, pass polishing gauze around your instrument's tubing, as shown in this illustration.

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Putting slide grease on the tuningslide gives smoother slide action, reduces wear, and prevents corrosion.

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Dirty tubes can affect your instrument's sound quality and cause corrosion.  Clean your mouthpipe and turning slide regularly using a flexible cleaner.

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